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Fmr. Chiropractor Gets 4 Years In Prison For Raping Patient

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A former Little Canada chiropractor will spend the next four years behind bars.

Fifty-four-year-old Paul Thompson, of Vadnais Heights, admitted to sexually assaulting a woman who had been his patient for more than 10 years. 312 more words

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Police: Man Kicked Out Of Mpls. Bar Returns, Fires Gun Into Bar; 2 Injured

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A bar manager and patron suffered non-life threatening injuries in a shooting at a Minneapolis bar Wednesday night.

Minneapolis police say a man was kicked out of the 19 Bar near downtown Minneapolis, but returned and fired rounds into the bar’s front door from outside. 286 more words

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A Rare Inside Look: St. Cloud Prison Turns 125

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — One of the most recognizable buildings in Minnesota — the Minnesota Correctional Facility in St. Cloud — is turning 125.

“It’s been kind of shrouded in mystery. 282 more words

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Search Continues For Man Who Went Missing On Medicine Lake

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A second day of searching has turned up no sign of a Twin Cities man who vanished on a lake.

St. Louis Park resident Paul Myklebust, 31, and another man were kayaking on Medicine Lake early Saturday morning when the kayak flipped. 279 more words

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Hastings Family Still Seeking Answers In Son's Death

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Hastings Police are still searching for the gunman responsible for the first homicide in the city in a decade.

Jason Reuter, 34, was found shot to death in his front yard in June. 342 more words

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New Rule Requires Fire Sprinklers In Large Houses

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – New building codes in Minnesota will require sprinklers in homes over 4.500 square feet.

It applies only to new home construction.

Firefighters say sprinklers are 96 percent effective in confining or extinguishing fires. 289 more words

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From Homeless To Working On Her Degree: Sydney's Story

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The number of homeless youth in Minnesota is on the rise.

On any given night, homeless teens and young adults could fill half the hotel rooms in downtown Minneapolis. 362 more words

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