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100 years after being checked out, a book is finally returned to St. Paul library

Plus: Man claims self-defense in road rage incident; LRT derailment in Minneapolis; Minnesota turkeys arrive in D.C. to be pardoned; and more.

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From MPR’s Sam Stroozas: A book checked out from a St. Paul library in 1919 was returned after a Hennepin County resident found it among their mother’s belongings.

Kare 11 reports Metro Transit services have resumed following a derailment of a Green Line train in Minneapolis on Saturday.

WCCO reports a man is claiming self-defense after fatally shooting a driver following a road rage incident in Minneapolis.

Two Minnesota turkeys set to receive a pardon from President Joe Biden ahead of Thanksgiving have arrived in Washington, D.C., per Star Tribune.

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Also from WCCO: A White Bear Lake woman mistakenly received 140 packages from Target over the course of four days.

KSTP reports that a number of thefts and robberies targeting Spanish-speakers in Minneapolis is also happening across the country.