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  • Sports-Results

    Volleyball Results: Section 2A Girls Soccer Results: College Volleyball Results:

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    12 Oct 11
  • Manssor Arbabsiar is shown in this courtroom sketch during an appearance in a Manhattan courtroom in New York, New York on October 11, 2011. Arbabsiar, 56, who is a naturalized U.S. citizen and holds an Iranian passport, was arrested at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York on Sept. 29. U.S. authorities broke up a plot by two men linked to the Iranian government to assassinate the Saudi ambassador in the United States, U.S. officials said on Tuesday, escalating tensions between Tehran and Washington. Arbabsiar was ordered detained and assigned a public defender.

    The United States accused Iran of backing an alleged plot to kill the Saudi ambassador to Washington, a charge Tehran rejected on Wednesday as a “childish, amateur game.”

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    12 Oct 11
  • The Latest – October 12, 2011

    Here is the latest sports news: Wild fall in shootout. Vikes dispute referendum on tax hike. AP earns weekly honor. Lynx celebrate championship with parade. Gray expected to start for Gophers against Huskers. Senators Poach …

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    12 Oct 11
  • New app uses brainwaves to track sleep quality

    A new app that aims to improve both the quantity and quality of sleep uses brainwaves to track the amount of time spent in different stages of sleep.

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    11 Oct 11
  • State bans use of tanning beds by minors

    Minors in the state of California will no longer be allowed to use tanning beds after Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill on Sunday prohibiting anyone under the age of 18 from using ultraviolet tanning devices.

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    11 Oct 11
  • National Basketball Association commissioner David Stern (R) answers questions with deputy commissioner, Adam Silver to members of the media outside the Louvell hotel in New York October 10, 2011. Owners of businesses that thrive on NBA games are watching the contentious labor negotiations between the league's billionaire owners and millionaire players with a mixture of fear and frustration

    The National Basketball Association (NBA) has canceled the first two weeks of the regular season after the league owners and players were unable to resolve a bitter labor dispute on Monday.

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    11 Oct 11
  • High-School-Results-220x145

    Volleyball results:Nicollet 3 MVL 0,SESM 3 Cathedral 2,Redwood valley 3 Springfield 0,Lakeview 3 Wabasso 2,Cleveland 3 Loyola 0,Dassel/Cokato 3 Sibley East 0,Watertown/Mayer 3 glencoe/SL 1,New Ulm 3 Holy Family Catholic 1,Jackson County Central 3 Martin …

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    11 Oct 11
  • President Barack Obama is pictured as the sun breaks through clouds at a town hall-style event in Alpha, Illinois, August 17, 2011. Obama is on a Midwest bus trip through Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois

    President Barack Obama could create millions of jobs by attracting more foreign capital to the United States, helping entrepreneurs and being more aggressive in energy, business leaders said on Monday.

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    11 Oct 11