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    THE STORY: The Chicago Bears can uncheck one of their primary goals this season. With the only two undefeated teams in the NFL sitting in their division, the Bears can pretty much abandon their hopes …

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    Matt Cullen and Devin Setoguchi scored in the shootout to lift the Minnesota Wild to a 2-1 victory over the visiting Edmonton Oilers on Thursday night. Niklas Backstrom stopped three of the four shots in …

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    Volleyball Results: Worthington 3 Fairmont 1, MVL 3 SESM 0, BLH/Stewart 3 Sleepy Eye 0,

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    14 Oct 11
  • Marathon man undone by bus trip

    A marathon runner was stripped of his third place medal after catching a bus to complete the last six miles of the race held in northern England last Sunday.

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    14 Oct 11
  • Superman fan takes adulation to new heights

    Filipino designer Herbert Chavez has taken his love for Superman up, up and away, undergoing cosmetic surgery to look like the Man of Steel.

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    14 Oct 11
  • Visitors watch a full body scan of a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton nicknamed ''Sue''.

    Tyrannosaurus rex grew faster and weighed more than previously thought, suggesting the fearsome predator would have been a ravenous teen-ager, researchers said Wednesday.

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  • The Latest – October 14, 2011

    Here is the latest sports news: The Wild won in a shootout. Percy Harvin missed practice Thursday. The Vikings battle the Bears Sunday night. The Gophers have the weekend off. Wild Wins In Shootout(St. Paul, …

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    14 Oct 11
  • An Occupy LA protester named Nevada speaks into a loud hailer at a rally in front of the Bank of America building in downtown Los Angeles, California October 13, 2011

    For an October revolution, dress warm. That’s the word going out – politely – on the Web to rally street protests on Saturday around the globe from New Zealand to Alaska via London, Frankfurt, Washington and, of course, New York, where the past month’s Occupy Wall Street movement has inspired a worldwide yell of anger at banks and financiers.

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