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1,000 Words: Sturgis
This is even a bigger week than normal in Sturgis, where the annual motorcycle rally is underway. It's the 75th anniversary of the first event in the South Dakota city. ...
Zimbabwean trial of guide in Cecil the lion's killing is postponed
The guide called the illegal lion-hunting case against him 'frivolous.' ...
Chisago Co. man drowns in St. Croix River
Rico Marice Davis was with friends in an area of the river a few miles northwest of Nevers Dam when he started having trouble staying above water. ...
Daily Digest: Price tag on walleyes
Five stories to read this Wednesday. ...
Unlimited parental leave puts more pressure on parents
Netflix's new policy on maternity and paternity leave should be an interesting exercise. If you give people the job of deciding how much leave they should take, will they take more than they are taking now? ...
At Autoptic comic fest, focus is on art, not superheroes
This weekend's festival gives the thriving Minnesota comics community a chance to show its strength. ...
Drones helping Minnesota farmers see the light
University of Minnesota researchers say drone technology is still limited, but the potential benefits are huge. Agriculture is expected to be the first big user. ...
Dayton officials seek up to $20 million for Mille Lacs
Some legislators studying the walleye drop-off on Lake Mille Lacs were skeptical of the need for a special session as the only way to approve aid for resort owners. And they had pointed questions for DNR officials. ...
After halting walleye season, DNR loosens rules on Mille Lacs bass
The agency hopes its new rules will lure more bass-fishing tournaments to the area. ...
Who's in, who's out: Selection day for the GOP presidential debate
Ten of 17 candidates have been chosen for the Thursday evening debate. ...
Dayton creates new environmental citizen board
It revives a semblance of a citizen input panel after the Legislature abolished a board with more-defined powers. ...
Weather winning streak, next rain Thursday
Our weather winning streak continues Wednesday. The next low pressure wave arrives Thursday with scattered thundershowers across Minnesota. By Thursday night, more concentrated green blobs start to show up closer to the metro. ...
Whistleblower files defamation claim against archdiocese
Jennifer Haselberger, a former top adviser in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, filed her claim on the last day for creditors to come forward in the archdiocese bankruptcy case. ...
Minnesota Blue Cross plans 450 job cuts through 2019
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota will cut around 450 positions, about 13 percent of its current workforce, over the next four years with losses coming in information technology. ...
'Kids love to be scared': Louis Sachar on balancing fun and fear
The award-winning author of "Holes" has just published a new novel for young readers, called "Fuzzy Mud." It mixes middle-school with a more sinister mystery: a rogue biotech threat. ...
Penumbra summer program teaches activism along with the arts
The acclaimed African-American theater wants to give students the tools to perform on stage and in life. ...
Miss Piggy, Kermit announce conscious uncoupling
This day is just slow enough that it might make the nightly news. ...
Literary mysteries: The 20 rules for writing a detective novel
In the 1920s, S.S. Van Dine put forth 20 rules about detective stories. He said no love interests, no supernatural elements and no crazy twists. Do his rules hold up? ...
Walker, Trump, Bush lead Minnesota GOP presidential bid
A new poll finds Scott Walker, Donald Trump and Jeb Bush are running closely among Minnesota Republicans. Minnesota Democrats favor Hillary Clinton, who has 50 percent support. Bernie Sanders has 32 percent. ...
Milwaukee archdiocese settles for $21 million
Archbishop Jerome Listecki says the settlement sets the stage for the archdiocese to close a bankruptcy proceeding that was filed in January 2011. ...
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