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Sneak Peak: What's New at the Minnesota State Fair

You have less than three weeks to get ready for the great Minnesota get together.

We received a sneak peek of one of the newest state fair attractions, the West End Market. It features a new amphitheater, dozens of new artists and vendors, as well as two new restaurants.

Medical Pot Backers Hope to Speed Task Force Work

Potential users of medical marijuana say they hope to counter police concerns about the drug as they work together on a task force overseeing Minnesota's developing program.
    

Officials Find St. Paul Treatment Center at Fault after Resident Suffers Frostbite

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Minnesota officials have found a St. Paul-area residential treatment center at fault after a resident was left in subzero temperatures for hours and required hospital treatment.
    
The St. Paul Pioneer Press reports the Minnesota Department of Health issued findings this week after investigating the incident at the South Metro Human Services facility.

Woman Shot in St. Paul's Payne Phalen Neighborhood

Police are investigating a shooting in St. Paul's Payne Phalen neighborhood on Wednesday.

A police commander tells 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS a woman was shot on the corner of Payne Avenue and East Jessamine Avenue.

The woman's condition was not immediately available.

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Roseville Pawn America Robbery Suspect Arrested in Georgia

This combination photo shows Marvin Spencer and his son, Marvin Lee Clinton Spencer. - Photo: Roseville Police Department

Minnesota officials say a man accused of robbing a Ramsey County pawnshop at gunpoint is in custody in Georgia.
    

1 of 4 Indicted in St. Paul Drug Cartel House Pleads Guilty

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One of the four men accused of keeping a "stash house" for a Mexican drug cartel in St. Paul has pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute methamphetamine.
    

Passersby Rescue Woman, Baby from St. Paul Duplex Arson

A St. Paul duplex fire was ruled arson by officials. - Photo: KSTP/ Jason Hanson

St. Paul fire officials say a fire that destroyed a duplex Monday night was intentionally set.

The fire was reported around 7:40 p.m. at a two-story duplex located on the 1200 block of Albemarle Street.