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Looking to 2015, economists see 5 reasons to celebrate
Forecasts for the coming year have grown in optimism as oil prices have declined. Most economists now say inflation will remain low as hiring strengthens. ...
The biggest sports stories of 2014
Sports took over national newscasts this year, but the coverage focused on the players, not the scores. ...
Power outage disrupts Green Line service
A power outage has stopped train service on a section of the Green Line light rail line. ...
A visit from the Political Junkie
Political Junkie Ken Rudin joins The Daily Circuit to give his perspective on the national political scene. ...
Die-in, vortex, selfie stick: What's the word of 2014?
The Oxford Dictionaries already made their 2014 pick, "vape." But the American Dialect Society holds off until the year is complete. ...
Wolf protection battle plays out in the courts
A look at wolves in our region and why the courts have become the primary battleground for how best to protect them. ...
Season’s coldest air, 6 sub-zero nights ahead
The weather maps look like a math teacher's dream this morning. The season's coldest air mass delivers 6 sub-zero nights in the next two weeks. ...
Papers expose corruption, abuse on tribal lands
Two of the largest newspapers in the country are focusing today on justice -- or lack of it -- on Native American reservations in the Dakotas. ...
Neil deGrasse Tyson on living, dying and how lucky you are to be here
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson talks to Heather McElhatton about life and death on this week's edition of "A Beautiful World." ...
A farewell to Anna Stoehr
Anna Stoehr, the woman who made headlines when she was initially denied a Facebook account because of her age, was laid to rest in Potsdam on Saturday. ...
Woman fatally stabbed in St. Paul
Police haven't identified the woman yet, but say a former boyfriend is a person of interest in the attack. ...
Minnesota agency nets world record with giant paper ball
An effort to encourage Minnesotans to recycle pays off for the state Pollution Control Agency. ...
Scientists discover that drunk birds sing like drunks
In the future, researchers want to find out whether alcohol affects not just how birds sing, but how they learn new songs. ...
No snow emergency mercy for Vikings fans
Minnesota Vikings fans found out the hard way yesterday that it's worth paying attention to the snow emergency rules in the city following the paralyzing three- to four-inch snowstorm on Saturday. ...
'Saved by the Bell' star due in Wis. courtroom
Dustin Diamond is accused of stabbing a man during a bar fight on Christmas in Port Washington where he currently resides. ...
Women lead whiskey renaissance as distillers and new tipplers
In the '90s, about 15 percent of whiskey drinkers were female. Now, according to Fred Minnick, author of Whiskey Women, women represent 37 percent of whiskey imbibers in the United States. ...
7 die in burning ferry off Greek coast; all others now safe
After a harrowing rescue operation that involved airlifting hundreds of passengers off a burning ferry off the coast of Greece, most are now safe. ...
Brooklyn Park police investigate death of 6-year-old
First responders were called to a Brooklyn Park home just before 9 p.m. on Saturday where a child had lost consciousness. ...
Another jet vanishes? How AirAsia flight is different
Searchers still haven't found any sign of AirAsia Flight 8501, which disappeared Saturday while on its way from Surabaya, Indonesia, to Singapore. ...
Road salt contributes to toxic chemical levels in streams
There's growing awareness that the coarse mix of sodium chloride and other chemicals, that make driving and walking a little easier, may also cause harm. ...
The average household in Minnesota throws away $96 worth of food annually. How do you compare?
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