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Roo Yori didn't make it to the finals of American Ninja Warrior, but he did top his years-long fundraising goal of $100,000 to his nonprofit.
While everyone else is devouring "Stranger Things" subreddits on whether beloved metalhead Eddie will come back from the dead, columnist Tammy Swift admits she's busy admiring all the '80s details — from protagonist Eleven’s floral thermal undershirt to Steve Harrington's Andre Agassi-inspired 'do.
28-year-old Michael Bruner is one of 16 houseguests who will spend the summer competing on the CBS show for $750,000.

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Roo Yori, a Rochester resident and a veteran competitor on American Ninja Warrior, has advanced to the semifinals, which he believes will air in four weeks.
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Roo Yori talked about this season's course and his goal to reach $100,000 donated to his nonprofit.
We asked readers to weigh in on their favorite commercials and jingles over the years. And many of you had the same handful of answers, "Back Then" columnist Tracy Briggs says.
When you only have 3 or 4 stations, you tend to hear the same commercials over and over again, and boy do we remember them. "Back Then" columnist Tracy Briggs wants to know your favorites.
From the "11 CDs for one penny!" marketing of the Columbia House Record Club to today's slick "Just click to subscribe" trickery, columnist Tammy Swift struggles to navigate the complex world of auto-renewals, free trial periods and digital subscriptions.
Pat Lund grew up in Rochester and loved covering high school sports in southeastern Minnesota. The long time sports director at KTTC-TV passed away on April 7, just more than 15 months after retiring.

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"Minding Our Elders" columnist Carol Bradley Bursack says there are several options on the market, but it's important to pay attention to the details to find the right device for a loved one.
Former Rochester resident Elli Rowe played an original song in front of the celebrity judges in Nashville.
The position at Alpha News is full-time, said the Worthington, Minnesota, native, and will also include weekly podcasts and town halls with crime victims.

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