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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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    14 Oct 11
  • Workers install solar panels on the roof of the Palexpo Exhibition Center in Geneva October 12, 2011

    Wind farm and solar park financing surged to a record $41.8 billion in the third quarter, even though clean energy share prices and the European economy slumped, a report by research firm Bloomberg New Energy Finance said on Thursday.

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    14 Oct 11
  • With impatience growing, finance chiefs from outside the bloc are expected to speak frankly.

    The euro zone debt crisis will dominate a summit of G20 finance chiefs and central bank heads in Paris, with a downgrade of Spain’s credit rating highlighting the risk of a much larger economy than Greece coming under threat.

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    14 Oct 11
  • Gustavus Hall of Fame Inductees

    Gustavus Adolphus College Athletics Department has chosen nine individuals for induction into its Athletic Hall of Fame. Inductees include Todd Anderson, Amanda Murdock Diehl, Jay Klagge, Tracy Erickson McMorrow,Scott Moe,Laura LeVander Peters,Bryan Ripken,Colleen Barland Sherman …

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    13 Oct 11
  • Preview: Oilers at Wild

    Preview: Oilers at Wild THE STORY: A must-win game in the first week of the season? As foolhardy as that sounds, that likely will be the mind-set of the Minnesota Wild as they prepare to …

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    13 Oct 11
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    WR Devin Aromashodu is eager to return to Chicago and play his former team. He admits he’s circled the date on the calendar. He has the Vikings’ longest TD reception (34 yards) and its longest …

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    13 Oct 11
  • Seattle “superhero” charged with pepper-spray assault

    Self-proclaimed Seattle superhero Phoenix Jones, a vigilante crime fighter, is due in court on Thursday to face charges that he assaulted a group of people with pepper spray outside a nightclub.

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    13 Oct 11