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Stratus Quo: Season’s coldest air mass on the way
What you see is what you get. Most of Minnesota lies under a steel gray cloud blanket once again today. Stratus quo. Our overcast leaks a few snow showers from Ely to the North Shore, and a few rain showers in the marginally milder above freezing air mass to the south. Yes, this is what Minnesota lo ...
To tackle sexual assault cases, colleges enlist investigators-for-hire
Rather than try to train provosts and professors to act like prosecutors, a growing number of higher education institutions are outsourcing the job to real ones. ...
As infrastructure crumbles, trillions of gallons of water lost
Fixing the nation's water systems isn't cheap. Across the country, many communities are raising water rates -- some in the double and triple digits-- to begin addressing the problem of leaky pipes. ...
Ebola showdown imminent over nurse's quarantine in Maine
Kaci Hickox contends there's no need for quarantine because she's showing no symptoms, and she made her point by stepping outside her home briefly Wednesday night to talk to reporters. ...
Who do you support in the race for Minnesota Governor?
Are you swayed by any of the pitches made by the candidates running to be governor? ...
The Daily Digest: Focus on turnout
Your morning round up of the most important political stories in Minnesota and beyond. ...
Photos: Pomp and chainsaws for the cutting of the US Capitol Christmas tree
An 88-feet tall white spruce is on its way to the nation's capital today after a ceremony and cutting on Thursday in northern Minnesota's Chippewa National Forest. Photographer Matthew McLaughlin was there to capture the scene. ...
Bumgarner carries Giants to 3rd World Series in five years
Before last night, Madison Bumgarner won Game 1 of this World Series, throwing seven innings and giving up one run on three hits. He won Game 5, throwing a complete game shutout. ...
IQ2 debate: Does income inequality impair the 'American dream?'
A debate from the Intelligence Squared US series. The motion is: Income inequality impairs the American Dream of upward mobility. YES: Elise Gould of the Economic Policy Institute. YES: Nick Hanauer, entrepeneur and venture capitalist. NO: Edward Conard of American Enterprise Institute and for ...
Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'I'm Proud to Be Gay'
In an essay written for Bloomberg Businessweek, Cook says that while he never denied his sexuality, he never publicly acknowledged it, either. ...
Military jet crashes in California, pilot killed
The Ventura County Fire Department says the plane was a Hawker Hunter, a single-seat fighter jet. Nobody on the ground was hurt. ...
Halloween week chill, a shot at 60 next week?
The other shoe has come down with a thud across Minnesota this week. At least it wasn't a boot. ...
GOP mailer on drunk driving law draws criticism
Safe driving advocates and Democrats are denouncing a Republican campaign mailing that criticizes Democrats for passing a law related to drunk driving. ...
Target trims 80 workers from property management staff
The Minneapolis-based retailer said it needs fewer people in property management since it's completed remodeling nearly 1,300 stores and has slowed the pace of new store openings. ...
Before and after Hurricane Sandy
On more than one disaster, we've asked in this space 'where do you begin to pick up the pieces?' ...
Scientists implicate more than 100 genes in causing autism
These are mutations that crop up spontaneously, not ones that parents pass down to their children. At least 30 percent of autism cases are caused by these spontaneous mutations. ...
WI alderman who asked woman about terrorism won’t attend Islam event
A Green Bay alderman is piling on after his gaffe earlier this month in which he responded to a woman who'd asked about bus service by inquiring whether she embraces terrorism. ...
On the show Thursday
Jeff Johnson, teens sexting and police chiefs. ...
Federal Reserve stays the course, ends bond buying
The Fed reiterated its plan to maintain its benchmark short-term rate near zero "for a considerable time." Most economists predict it won't raise that rate before mid-2015. ...
Sole ND abortion clinic halts medication abortions
The news comes in the wake of a state Supreme Court ruling that blocked the use of pregnancy-terminating drugs, though surgical abortions were still being provided ...
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