FALCON HEIGHTS (AP) -- Folks who plan to catch Alicia Keys, Bonnie Raitt or Doc Severinsen at the Minnesota State Fair this year better leave their state fair goody bags in the car or plan to spend extra time at the gate.
Extra security guards at the Grandstand will check purses and concertgoers loaded down with packages to make sure they're not suicide bombers or have other evil intent.
Art Blakey, chief of police for the State Fair, said security is being looked at differently this year.
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