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Minn. Plant Produces Generators for American Troops Overseas

Officials are touting cutting-edge technology that can save money and the lives of American soldiers -- and it's manufactured right here in Minnesota.

Minnesota Twins Youth Clinics to be Held in South St. Paul

The Minnesota Twins will offer free youth baseball and softball clinics in South St. Paul Saturday, May 11.

The clinics will give boys and girls a chance to work on their hitting, fielding and throwing skills while hearing positive messages about staying in school and away from drugs and alcohol, organizers say.

Fight Causes Lockdown at Burnsville High School, 6 Suspended

Burnsville High School was put on lockdown after a fight that resulted in suspensions for six students.
    
The school district says no students were hurt and no weapons were involved in the fight Wednesday.
    

Video: Eastview Softball Defeats Bloomington Jefferson

Eastview came from behind to beat Bloomington Jefferson 2-1 in 11 innings Monday afternoon at Eastview. 

McKenzie Hanegraaf hit a game-winning home run.

We have highlights and interviews with McKenzie and Jefferson's coach. To watch the story, click on the video box above.

Deal Would Dismiss Case Against Former Hill-Murray Coach

Calif. Man Killed in Southern Dakota County Crash

Authorities say a 31-year-old California man was killed in a two-vehicle crash in southern Dakota County Tuesday.

The crash happened around 6:30 a.m. on 280th Street west of Iberia Avenue in Eureka Township.

Dakota County Sheriff Dave Bellows says Atahan Atay was driving a Chevrolet Impala westbound and collided head-on with a Ford F-150 pickup truck.

Metro Schools Revamp Security Tools, Requirements

Minnesota public schools continue revamping their security measures in response to recent shootings across the nation, including locally. School leaders from various districts talked to KSTP.com about their new safety measures:

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