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What Drove the Vikings to do What They Call the 'Right Thing' on the Adrian Peterson Decision?

Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf, right, speaks as executive vice president & general manager Rick Spielman, left, owner/chairman Mark Wilf, second from left, and executive vice president legal affairs Kevin Warren listen during a news conference. - Photo: AP/Ann Heisenfelt

When the Minnesota Vikings announced Wednesday morning they had 'made a mistake' on Monday in bringing back Adrian Peterson following his indictment on a felony child abuse charge in Texas, did they really make the right decision?

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Stillwater Restaurant Plans to Raise Money for Murdered Sisters

A Stillwater restaurant plans to raise money for the children of two sisters found murdered at a home in Madison, Wisconsin.

Kacee Tollefsbol of Lake Elmo and her sister Ashlee Steele of Fitchburg, Wisconsin, were killed last month in Steele's home.

Ashlee Steele's husband, Andrew Steele, has been charged with their deaths.

Snowplow Drivers Prepare for the Possible Wrath of Old Man Winter

With snow coming in the next few months, snowplow drivers across the state are getting ready.

More than 90 plow operators are participating in an intensive training program preparing them for the worst road conditions.

Former Wisconsin Teacher Pleads Guilty in Sex Case

Thirty-seven-year-old Matthew Koenen of Stillwater -

A Minnesota man who taught in a western Wisconsin high school has pleaded guilty to having sex with two female students.
    

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Minn. Man Charged with Homicide in Wis. for Death of Girlfriend

Tanner Rix - Photo: St. Croix County Jail

A Minnesota man who called police to get help for a passenger in his car who'd been shot has been charged in Wisconsin with first-degree intentional homicide.
    

Twin Cities Schools Plan to Add Cellphone Towers

Several Twin Cities school districts have struck deals with wireless providers to install cellphone towers or antennas in an effort to raise revenue.
    

Behind a Criminal's Psyche: Ty Hoffman on the Run

44-year-old Lyle Marvin Hoffman, A.K.A. Ty Hoffman -

There are still many unanswered questions about how Ty Hoffman, the suspect in an Arden Hills deadly shooting, managed to evade capture for an entire month while staying right here in the Twin Cities.