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340 miles of roads in northern, western MN get speed limit boost
Stretches of two-lane highways including U.S. 212 and MN 23 will jump from 55 mph to 60 mph over the next few weeks. Other roads could see similar boosts soon. ...
Comcast to pay St. Paul $200K to settle contract claims
Comcast disputed the city's allegations but agreed to the settlement as part of a larger deal that lets it provide cable TV service in St. Paul for another 10 years. ...
Surplus grows to $1.869 billion
State budget officials said Friday that the surplus has grown by $832 million in large part because of higher revenues and lower than expected spending. ...
MN budget surplus leaps to nearly $1.9B in new forecast
Higher revenues and lower state spending added $832 million to Minnesota's projected two-year budget surplus. It's good news. But what will lawmakers do with the money? ...
9 people found dead in southern Missouri
Police say a gunman is among the dead, following a series of shootings in multiple locations Thursday night. ...
So long, winter!
Today is the last workday of winter. ...
House not quite ready to 'suck it up' over Homeland Security funding
The department runs out of money at midnight Friday. ...
Viking Cruises' Mississippi River plans spur competition
The Red Wing Port Authority will spend $5 million to build dedicated dock space for a cruise ship. Stillwater's mayor will make a pitch about a stop in his St. Croix River port city. ...
Living small in the city: With more singles, micro-housing gets big
Single people represent the fastest growing category of households in the U.S. That's made small dwellings a niche force in the real estate market. ...
Colorado pushes for concealed guns in K-12 schools
Similar legislation has been proposed in North Dakota and Wyoming to allow concealed firearms on K-12 school grounds and college campuses, as a part of a larger effort to expand gun owners' rights. ...
The Daily Digest: Budget forecast day
Your daily dose of Minnesota politics and policy. ...
ARW doc, 'Ready to Work: Reviving Vocational Ed'
American RadioWorks documentary. Vocational education used to prepare some kids for blue-collar futures while others were put on a path to college. Now, advocates say career and technical education can benefit all kids--even wealthy kids. ...
Franken takes victory lap on net neutrality
The two-term Democrat fought against proposals that would have created Internet "fast lanes." ...
St. Jude Medical to settle suits over product linked to deaths
St. Jude Medical expects to pay about $14.5 million to settle litigation over Riata-brand wires that connect a defibrillator to the heart. The discontinued product is linked to 22 deaths. ...
North Korea's most famous defector changes his story
Shin Dong-hyuk's story of growing up in a North Korean prison camp may not be entirely true. Does it matter? ...
Tuesday snow chance, but spring thaw on the way?
Winter goes out with one more respectable week. Then the weather maps strongly hint at signs of (early) spring. ...
Governor signs bill that delays commissioner raises
The House and Senate passed a $15 million stopgap spending bill that also delays pay increases for state commissioners until July 1. Gov. Dayton will have one day to grant the raises, then the power goes back to the Legislature. ...
Teacher tenure bill delayed by cost estimate
Republicans in the Minnesota House have delayed a planned vote on a teacher tenure and licensing bill, after learning that the proposed policy changes would have some unexpected costs. ...
Snowball disproves climate change, senator suggests
It's tempting to say the climate change 'debate' reached its silliest possible point today. ...
How to 'Stay Young Forever'
Bill Gifford explores the history of anti-aging, including some very wacky pseudo-cures. ...
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