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Inver Grove Heights Man Indicted for Selling Counterfeit Jerseys

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An Inver Grove Heights man was recently indicted for selling counterfeit sports jerseys.

Forty-five-year-old Brian Todd Gore is accused of trafficking counterfeit jerseys imported from China from November 2009 to September 2012. Prosecutors say he ordered the jerseys from suppliers in China and then conspired with others, knowing they would be sold to the public.

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Voting Opens for "Celebrate Your Lake" Program

Lake Minnetonka - Photo: KSTP/File

Friday marks the kickoff for Michelob Golden Light's Celebrate Your Lake program.

The program will give a $50,000 conservation grant to the winning lake to help keep it clean, clear and golden. Thirty lakes have been nominated to win the grant, and Lake Minnetonka is one of them.

Fire Damages Lakeville Townhomes, No Injuries

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No one was injured after a fire broke out in the detached garage of a Lakeville townhome.

Firefighters from Lakeville, Apple Valley and Rosemount were called to the complex on 160th Street West and Foliage Avenue West around 8 a.m. Friday.

Police: Vandalism in Mendota Heights is Considered 'Hate Crime'

Nearly a quarter of a metro city is suffering the effects of a hate crime. Police say someone spray-painted racial and sexual slurs all over Mendota Heights, targeting homes, cars and even city buildings.

Most of the vandalism happened west of Interstate 35E and north of Highway 110.

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Republican McFadden Applauds Hobby Lobby Decision

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Republican Senate candidate Mike McFadden is praising the Supreme Court's recent decision that companies with religious objections can avoid the contraceptives requirement in President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
    

Law Enforcement Increasing Patrols to Combat Unsafe Speeds

From July 10-27 law enforcement agencies will increase patrols to combat traffic crashes, deaths and serious injuries caused by illegal and unsafe speeding.

Snapped Power Pole Leaves Entire City of South St. Paul in the Dark

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The Twin Cities was hit with another wave of storms Monday night.

KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl says the storms that moved through around 5 p.m. brought heavy rain, lightning and hail. Cities in the West Metro saw large, damaging hail.

Glencoe officials say the city was without power, and the dispatch center was running on a backup generator.