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The Feeding Our Future judge rejected an offer of more than $120,000 in cash

The Star Tribune’s Kelly Smith reports A juror in the federal trial Feeding Our Future was suddenly dismissed Monday morning after a woman showed up at her door on Sunday a bag of $120,000 cash and offers of a second bag of cash if she votes to acquit the suspects, attorneys said in court.

Via WCCO News: The Minnesota Vikings have agreed to terms with superstar wideout Justin Jefferson on a contract extension that makes him the highest-paid non-quarterback in NFL history.

Meteorologist Sven Sundgaard of Bring Me the News reports that this was the case warmest spring since 2016 in the Twin Cities and the wettest since 2019.

Via NBC Sports: Despite a fall during the first rotation, St. Paul native Suni Lee rallied to finish fourth at the Xfinity US Gymnastics Championshipsher first all-around competition at elite level since the Tokyo Olympics.

The Star Tribune’s Richard Chin reports Researchers at the University of Minnesota are trying to crack the genetic code of a corn dog in the school’s Driven to Discover research building at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds during the fair.