Curt Brown

Reporter, Minneapolis Star Tribune

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Sara Jane Olson was a fugitive from justice for 25 years.  In 2001, she was arrested in Minnesota and returned to California to serve sentences for two crimes.

Sara Jane Olson Paroled to Minnesota

Sara Jane Olson was a fugitive from justice for 25 years.  In 2001, she was arrested in Minnesota and returned to California to serve sentences for two crimes.

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Anti-war protesters have gathered at the Minnesota State Capitol in St.

Anti-War Protest in St. Paul

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In Minneapolis, the death toll from Wednesday's bridge collapse has risen to five, as rescue workers continue to search the swirling waters of the Mississippi River.

Estimate of Number Missing Lowered in Bridge Collapse

In Minneapolis, the death toll from Wednesday's bridge collapse has risen to five, as rescue workers continue to search the swirling waters of the Mississippi River.

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