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Home team, new home: Saints roll into Lowertown ballpark
The St. Paul Saints moved into their new $63 million ballpark on Thursday with a few things left to do before opening day. Baseball, though, is only 11 weeks away. ...
New U of M regent on selection, U drug review
Regent-elect Darrin Rosha says lawmakers should take a "hard look" at the regents selection process ...
State sees sixth pediatric flu death
The number of hospitalized patients — 3,009 so far this season — has doubled since last year. Fifty-two percent of those hospitalizations happened in the Twin Cities metro area. ...
House GOP road plan to use dedicated taxes
The funding options include a portion of the state's surplus, borrowing and dedicating sales tax revenue from rental cars, leased vehicles and auto parts. ...
Minnesota theologian shaped by historic Selma march
Barbara Holmes, president of United Theological Seminary in New Brighton, marched into Montgomery, Ala., in 1965 with Martin Luther King Jr. The country has changed, she said, but racism persists. ...
With snow falling, Capitol officials take a stand against fun
America hates kids. How else to explain the insistence that kids -- or anybody else -- not slide down Capitol Hill on those rare occasions when it snows in the District of Columbia? ...
3M to go green on pulp, paper purchases
The company says all its products using pulp and paper will soon come from sustainable sources. The new standards are the result of work with an environmental group. ...
Superior ice caves expected to remain open all weekend
Mild weekend winds should allow the ice caves along Wisconsin's Apostle Islands National Lakeshore to stay open at least through Sunday, despite warming weather, park rangers say. ...
Runway braking OK, Delta pilot told before crash
Had the jet not hit the berm at the end of the runway, it would've ended up in Long Island Sound. ...
Daylight saving time: Good or bad for you?
Daylight saving time starts on Sunday. But is it good for you or the economy? ...
Travel site names Grand Marais 'coolest' U.S. small town
Boundary Waters, B&Bs, arts, the Angry Trout! Budget Travel magazine can barely contain itself as it names Grand Marais "Coolest Small Town" for 2015. ...
Plane skids off runway at La Guardia, crashes through fence
Minor injuries are being reported from the Delta Air Lines flight. The Twin Cities airport says three afternoon flights from La Guardia and one to La Guardia have been cancelled. ...
Why our lack of lunch breaks is bad for business
Research shows that only one in five people take a break and actually leave their desks to eat. Worker creativity can take a big hit without a change of scenery. ...
Michael Brown's family will file civil suit over his death
The City of Ferguson and former Officer Darren Wilson would be named in the wrongful death lawsuit, attorney Daryl Parks said at a Thursday news conference. ...
Carlson CEO stepping down; top leadership retooled
The Twin Cities-based travel and hospitality giant said it will refocus management on its core businesses after Trudy Rautio leaves on May 1. ...
India threatens BBC over decision to air rape documentary in U.K.
The government, which has banned the Indian media from broadcasting India's Daughter or even showing clips from it pending an investigation, also ordered YouTube to take down the film. ...
Second-day proceedings under way in Boston Marathon trial
Jurors will hear more testimony in the trial of Dzhokar Tsarnaev, the accused bomber, a day after a dramatic admission of guilt and often-heartbreaking accounts from victims of the deadly 2013 attack. ...
Exclusive First Read: Erik Larson's 'Dead Wake'
"The Devil in the White City" author Erik Larson turns his attention to the sinking of the liner Lusitania almost 100 years ago -- a turning point that helped bring the United States into World War I. ...
Ballpark lights glow in downtown St. Paul
I was greeted by another reminder that the new St. Paul Saints ballpark might be one of the few publicly financed sports projects that actually makes a difference in a city. ...
Conditions at cookie plant raises ire of Girl Scout
A second-year Girl Scout in Rochester, N.Y., has forced the national organization to respond to her complaints that workers in a Louisville plant where Girl Scout cookies are made are treated 'terribly.' ...
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