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Work by Minnesota researchers reveals deadly combo: COVID and major heart attacks

"Mortality for heart attack patients ... should be in single digits. We're seeing mortality here that is 32%," said Dr. Santiago Garcia, of the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation.
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'The system is broken': Americans cast their vote for better healthcare

Coronavirus has made healthcare a top issue of the election and one in which Democrats have an advantageRamae Hamrin was a high school math teacher in rural northern Minnesota, in a small town with a Paul Bunyan statue and snow on the ground by October.Hamrin, 50, instructed low-income students in calculus. It was not an easy job, but it provided health insurance for her and her three children. When it came to voting, like many Americans, she was put off by the two-party system. She voted third-...
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For Black Minnesota voters, equality is on the ballot

The national discourse on race is echoing in presidential race.
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Work by Minnesota researchers reveals deadly combo: COVID and major heart attacks

"Mortality for heart attack patients ... should be in single digits. We're seeing mortality here that is 32%," said Dr. Santiago Garcia, of the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation.
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Parents give up on plan for Minnesota soccer tourney as support withers

Concerns from coaches and having key partners back away ended the idea of bring together state section winners for an unofficial state tournament.
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The Hockey Niñas, four Twin Cities girls, take to the ice to promote Minnesota's traditional sport

They hope to make hockey more accessible to girls who look like them.
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After dodging the worst of COVID-19, rural areas of Minnesota are 'lit up with cases'

Rates there now rising faster than in metro.
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Michigan safety Daxton Hill 'being evaluated' after leaving early in Wolverines' win at Minnesota

Michigan football safety Daxton Hill left Saturday's win over Minnesota with an undisclosed injury and did not return for the Wolverines.
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Shhh, No Talking

from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, NHL general managers won’t be doing much, if any, talking about Friday’s conference call with the league on which the terrain for the 2020-21 season was discussed, because they were advised on the call not to comment. Alrighty, then. But no such gag order has been placed on The Post, so here is a review of issues taken up on the call, per a source: — The NHL is still aiming for a Jan. 1 start, even though the scheduled New Year’s Day Win...
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Jim Harbaugh updates Dax Hill, Quinn Nordin injuries post-Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS — No. 18 Michigan football got a decisive 49-24 win over No. 21 Minnesota to open the Big Ten season on Saturday night, but...
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International students in Minnesota feel anxiety as Trump administration proposes shortening visas

The fate of the proposed rule will hinge on the November presidential election results.
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After dodging the worst of COVID-19, rural areas of Minnesota are 'lit up with cases'

Their rates now rising faster than in metro.
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COVID-19 case counts surge across rural Minnesota

Their rates now rising faster than in metro.
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In Rochester, Birx expresses 'deep concerns' about COVID-19 picture in Minnesota

The White House's COVID-19 adviser sounds a dire alarm after meeting with Gov. Tim Walz and other state and local officials.
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COVID-19 case surge stoking worries in Minnesota

Doctors fear more deaths and serious illness as big case growth continues.
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In Rochester, Dr. Deborah Birx expresses 'deep concerns' about COVID-19 picture in Minnesota

The White House's COVID-19 adviser sounds a dire alarm after meeting with Gov. Tim Walz and other state and local officials.
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Minnesota schools seek voter-approved funding on crowded ballots

Early voting along with the focus on the presidential election make the outcomes hard to gauge.
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COVID-cation options in Minnesota include new tiny cabins and grain silos

Surprising lodging offerings in central Minnesota are perfect for social-distancing vacations.
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Democrats see progressive potential in southern Minnesota

While the Trump campaign has focused on northern towns like Duluth and Bemidji, Democrats seem to see potential in Rochester and Mankato.
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Voting Rights Advocates Are Preparing To Protect Against Voter Intimidation At Polls

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Voting rights advocates and state officials are on high alert over fears that U.S. polling stations could attract the same strain of partisan violence and civil unrest that erupted on American streets this year, fueled by a deadly pandemic, outrage over police brutality and one of the most contentious elections ever. Anti-government extremists and other armed civilians have flocked to protests against racial injustice and COVID-19 lockdowns. Paramilitary group members are acc...
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Minnesota reports 2,268 new COVID-19 cases, 14 more deaths

Newly confirmed deaths included nine in congregate care settings.
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Tennessee company cancels plan to recruit armed guards for Minnesota polls

Attorney General Keith Ellison opened an investigation on Tuesday in response to job listings for ex-special forces members.
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Minnesota's biggest companies open their wallets to political candidates, and risk

Political giving is a two-edged sword as companies often lose control of where their cash goes.
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Michelle Fischbach hopes she'll be the one to flip Minnesota's 7th District from Collin Peterson

Former lieutenant governor and state senator is trying to defeat a 30-year incumbent.
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Private Firm Mobilizing Armed Gang For Election Day Stands Down After Minnesota Warning

Atlas Aegis of Tennessee agrees to keep its "security" operations out of Minnesota until 2022 in a settlement.
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Minnesota's 2nd Congressional District election stays on Nov. 3, Appeals Court rules

GOP hopeful Tyler Kistner said he'll take the case to the U.S. Supreme Court to force a special election later.
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Minnesota attorney general says company suspected of recruiting private security to watch polling places on Election Day was misinformed

Minnesota Attorney General-elect Keith Ellison speaks during the election night event held by the Democratic Party Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018, in St. Paul, Minn. AP Photo/Hannah Foslien A Tennessee-based company suspected of commissioning armed poll-watchers in Minnesota was under investigation by the Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison. The company, Atlas Aegis, was accused of looking for people "to protect election polls." The attorney general's office said on Friday that Atlas Aegis com...
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Tennessee company cancels plan to recruit armed guards for Minnesota polls

Attorney General Keith Ellison opened investigation on Tuesday in response to job listings for ex-special forces members.
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"In the wake of protests following the May 25 killing of George Floyd, a member of the 'Boogaloo Bois' opened fire on Minneapolis Police Third Precinct with an AK-47-style gun and screamed 'Justice for Floyd'..."

"... as he ran away, according to a federal complaint made public Friday. A sworn affidavit by the FBI underlying the complaint reveals new details about a far-right anti-government group’s coordinated role in the violence that roiled through civil unrest over Floyd’s death while in police custody. Ivan Harrison Hunter, a 26-year-old from Boerne, Texas, is charged with one count of interstate travel to incite a riot for his alleged role in ramping up violence during the protests in Minneapolis o...
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Boogalooer Accused Of Firing Into MN Police Precinct During George Floyd Protests

A man connected to the so-called “boogaloo” movement has been charged federally with crossing state lines to participate in a riot, and is accused of firing rounds from an assault rifle into a Minneapolis police precinct as it burned to the ground. Charging documents released Friday detail the alleged activities of Ivan Harrison Hunter, 26, and also quote from alleged internet chats he had with Steven Carrillo. Carrillo, another alleged boogalooer, is accused of killing two law enforcement of...
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