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Sunday, January 20, 2013

More than 300 new apartment units were under construction in the Grand Forks area in 2012, but finding a place to rent can still be tough. (01/20/2013)
Gov. Mark Dayton will unveil his much-anticipated budget proposal Tuesday. We'll dig into the details with health care and non-profit leaders. (The Daily Circuit, 01/20/2013)
While it's too early to know how history will ultimately judge the 44th president, as he enters his second term he appears to have as good a chance as any of his recent predecessors to have his presidency ranked among history's more successful. (01/20/2013)
Twin Cities musician Steve Kramer has died. Kramer's business partner, Bob Hest, confirmed he died in his sleep on Saturday night.
The Minnesota Wild go for their second win at home on Sunday night after beating the Colorado Avalanche 4-2 on Saturday. early 20,000 people filled the Xcel Energy Center to watch the Wild take the ice for the first time with new teammates Zach Parise and Ryan Suter.
A dramatic shift is beginning in the disappointing struggle to find something to slow the damage of Alzheimer's disease: The first U.S. experiments with "brain pacemakers" for Alzheimer's are getting under way. Scientists are looking beyond drugs to implants in the hunt for much-needed new treatments.
Sex has proved to be the downfall of presidents, members of Congress and other notables. It's also among the chief reasons that senior military officers are fired.
Just in time for the state's latest cold snap, a handful of statues of classic Minnesota Twins players outside Target Field will be outfitted with custom-knit sweaters, hats and scarves.
A Minnesota man accused of killing a La Crosse photography store owner and his son is set to stand trial in May.
Stepping into his second term, President Barack Obama took the oath of office Sunday in an intimate swearing-in ceremony at the White House, the leader of a nation no longer in the throes of the recession he inherited four years ago but still deeply divided.
The Fergus Falls High School Otters marching band will make its second consecutive inaugural parade appearance on Monday.
Forty deputies and supervisors from the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office traveled to Washington, D.C., to help protect the president during the inauguration.
The risk of frostbite and hypothermia is high this weekend as temperatures dip below zero across much of the state.
A bill to create an insurance exchange in Minnesota goes before more legislative committees this week.
An effort to help more military veterans become eligible to bid on state construction projects is ramping up ahead of the spring construction season. The Minnesota Department of Transportation is holding a special workshop for veteran small-business owners at the end of the month.
Vice President Joe Biden has been sworn in to a second term.

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