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Hackers hit SuperValu again; this time only 4 Cub stores affected

SuperValu says the good news about its latest data breach is that the company’s new protection against malicious software worked.

The bad news is four Twin Cities-area stores hadn’t finished installing it. 313 more words

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Feds break up meth ring running out of Twin Cities car repair shop

An auto repair business in the Twin Cities is likely closing its doors, but it’s not for lack of business. As a matter of fact, business has been quite good — it just has little to do with cars. 377 more words

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Burglar smashes through brick wall of St. Paul store, steals $50,000 of merchandise

Burg. at Sports Dome 1505 http://t.co/Dk2vA49SgR Ave.Anyone with info. plse call 651.266.5574. Misc.sports clothing. pic.twitter.com/Bd2HCEhMW0

— St. Paul Police PIO (@sppdPIO) September 24, 2014

Police say a burglar broke through two feet of bricks and mortar to steal at least $50,000 of merchandise at the Sports Dome on West University Avenue in St.

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Inmate escapes from Minneapolis courtroom after attempted murder conviction

A man convicted of attempted murder fled from the courtroom where his trial was held and escaped into the streets of downtown Minneapolis Thursday.

The sheriff’s office announced that 25-year-old Michael David Henderson escaped  from the Hennepin County Government Center. 203 more words

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New U.S. effort to break terrorist recruiting pipeline launches in Twin Cities

Minneapolis-St. Paul is one of three metro areas in the U.S. where a new Justice Department initiative will try to stem recruitment of Americans by overseas terrorist groups. 361 more words

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Adrian Peterson: I am not a child abuser

Minnesota Vikings embattled running back Adrian Peterson released a statement Monday afternoon in response to the child abuse charges that were delivered to him last Friday. 284 more words

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Q and A: RCMP Assistant Commissioner Gilles Michaud

Seven storeys of mirrored glass cladding the monolithic office building at 155 McArthur Ave. in old Vanier aren’t merely cosmetic. Behind the shield lies the RCMP’s year-old National Division, mandated to guard Canada’s “political, economic and social integrity.” 1,394 more words

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