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Moody's ups Minn. financial status to 'stable'

Credit rating agency Moody's Investor Services has upgraded its outlook on Minnesota's financial status from "negative" to "stable." Full story

Gay couples choosing whether to re-celebrate vows

Maggie George and Rebecca Voelkel have married each other twice, first ceremonially in their Minneapolis church in 2006, then legally while visiting San Francisco five years ago. Now the couple is mulling whether to do it all again — or to simply sleep through it — when gay marriage becomes legal in Full story

Cooler weather gives Minn. farmers a break

Cooler weather has given Minnesota farmers a break from the heat. Full story

Deutsch: Increasing fast-food worker salary won't put chains out of business

   Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., joins Morning Joe to discuss why thousands of U.S. fast food workers in several cities went on strike Monday, July 29, 2013 and why he joined some of the workers at a Wendy's in New York City.

Minnesota wedding sites prep for blitz

   Ahead of same-sex marriages becoming legal in Minnesota, preparations are in full swing for the rush of wedding ceremonies, which are expected to run well into the night. KARE's Jeffrey DeMars reports.

1915 Model T overturns in Utah; 1 dead, 3 hurt

An antique vehicle traveling near Zion National Park in Utah overturned on the last day of an international Model T club's annual tour, killing a woman from Minnesota and injuring three other people. Full story

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MNsure legislative oversight panel elects leaders

2 Minn. agencies begin crafting sand mining rules

Court weighs whether to halt Minn. union drive

Minnesota unemployment continues to inch down

Frosty Minnesota's wine industry faces challenges

Top Minn. budget officials head to Wall Street

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  4-year-old mayor running for re-election

Meet Bobby Tufts, the 4-year-old mayor of Dorset, Minn. NBC’s Kevin Tibbles reports.

  Stuck ducks freed by helpful neighbors

Minnesota neighbors come to the aid of a family of ducklings trapped in a sewer drain. KTTC's Jonathan Kegges reports.

  Lightshow! Northern lights shine in Minnesota

Minnesota got a special show over the weekend from a storm that sparked a display of the northern lights. TODAY’s Jenna Wolfe reports.

  Rep. Ellison: My constituents are feeling pain of sequestration

Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minnesota, joins Martin Bashir to discuss how the people in his district mirror those nationally in polls who say that sequestration is adversely affecting their lives – and weighs in on the surprise announcement of his fellow Minnesotan Rep. Michele Bachmann that she will not

  Storms spawn tornadoes from Texas to Minn.

A line of vicious storms stretching from Texas to Minnesota weave a flurry of destructive tornadoes. NBC's Chris Clackum reports

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Charles Foley spins the dial on the game he invented "Twister"
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