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Minnesotans Prepare Physically, Emotionally for Boston Marathon

In nine days, tens of thousands of runners will be crossing a finish line terrorized last year by a bombing.

Officials for the Boston Marathon have made some significant changes to their security measures affecting what runners can bring, wear and where spectators can watch.

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Canoe from Lake Minnetonka may be 1,000 Years Old<br />

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Researchers say a dugout canoe discovered 80 years ago in Lake Minnetonka could be nearly 1,000 years old, far older than previously thought.

Former Teammates Honor Mandy Matula at Home Opener in Duluth

Mandy Matula was honored in Duluth by her former teammates, as they dedicated their home opener Friday to the 24-year-old woman, who was killed last spring.

Matula, of Eden Prairie, was killed in May of last year, her body was not found six months later at a park near St. Cloud.

Minn. Orchestra's Main Fundraiser Postponed After Organizers Resign

The main fundraiser for the Minnesota Orchestra has been postponed.

The Symphony Ball was originally slated to happen in September and has been pushed back to next year, as the co-chairs organizing the ball have stepped down.

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Distracted Driving: Paralyzed Minn. Woman Shares her Story

Texting while driving is a lot more dangerous than many of us realize.

A teen-led summit held Friday tackled the issue of distracted driving, and one Minnesota woman shared her story.

As far as 16-year-old Sontiana Brandts was concerned, nobody had it better.

No Criminal Charges in Death of St. Louis Park Middle School Student Pulled from Pool

After a month of investigations, no criminal charges will be filed in connection to a near-drowning incident at St. Louis Park Middle School that killed a 12-year-old boy.

Some Mpls. Nightclubs, Event Centers now Required to Provide Earplugs

The Minneapolis City Council has approved a new ordinance which will require businesses that specialize in loud music, such as event centers and nightclubs, to provide patrons with earplugs to combat hearing loss.