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Minnesota Mall Attacker Referenced Allah Before Stabbing Rampage, Police Chief Says

Sept. 17, 2016: People stand near the entrance on the north side of Crossroads Center mall between Macy's and Target as officials investigate a reported multiple stabbing incident in St. Cloud, Minn.

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Country Comfort by Bob Firth on Capture Minnesota // A red barn, green grass, a white fence, sunshine and blue sky. All the ingredients for a picture perfect recipe of a Kodak moment. Glad I had my Brownie camera.

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from Mad World News

As Tragedy & Terror Strike Minnesota & New York, Obama Makes SICK Joke

He's Sickening..

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from Getty Images

Prince Performs In Minnesota

Prince performs during the Minnesota Music Awards at the Carlton Celebrity Room…

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from RedFlag News

Sep 19 Report: Identity of St. Cloud, Minnesota Mall Attacker Revealed as Dahir Adan, Say ‘Leaders of Somali-American Community’

Report: Identity of St. Cloud, Minnesota Mall Attacker Revealed as Dahir Adan, Say ?Leaders of Somali-American Community?

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Ya Know You're From Minnesota When....You laugh out loud every time you see a news report about a blizzard shutting down the entire east coast. ---Still not used to that here even after 16 years. LOL

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from RedFlag News

Sep 18 BREAKING: Minnesota mall stabber was ‘a soldier of the Islamic State

BREAKING: Minnesota mall stabber was ?a soldier of the Islamic State

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News – Minnesota Awesome. Many other Minnesota facts at site.

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from Marie Claire

This News Anchor Was Shamed for Wearing Skinny Jeans on Air

"You wrote about clothes in the darkest moment of Minnesota news history."

from Cosmopolitan

This News Anchor Was Shamed for Wearing Skinny Jeans on Air

The attack on Wednesday evening by Star Tribune gossip columnist C.J. — she never uses her real name — on KARE 11 journalist Jana Shortal because of her clothing while reporting the Wetterling story seems an indecency and cruelty all its own."You wrote about clothes in the darkest moment of Minnesota news history."