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Eau Claire farmer finishes harvest of hope to fight cancer
An Eau Claire farmer planted sunflowers in memory of his wife, who died of cancer a year ago. Now the seeds he's harvesting will help other cancer patients. ...
Daily Digest: Arrests and marches
Some items in the news on the day before Thanksgiving. ...
The strange truth behind presidential turkey pardons
Who are these overstuffed fowl? Where did they come from? And how did this whole thing get started? ...
General Mills sets goal to buy all-cage free eggs by 2025
Other companies going cage-free include McDonald's, Burger King and Starbucks. ...
Breaking the cranberry mold: New ways to savor this seasonal berry
Cranberry sauce is a Thanksgiving tradition. But if you're ready for a fresh take on this staple, why not try cranberries in chutney or cake? America's Test Kitchen founder Chris Kimball offers ideas. ...
Worried about the flu shot? Let's separate fact from fiction
If you've ever wondered if the flu shot can give you the flu, you're not alone. We fact check the most common flu myths for you and provide the lowdown on this year's vaccine. ...
Less than 24 hours after shooting near 4th Precinct, a night of peace
Protests at the 4th Precinct took on a peaceful and festive tone Tuesday night, a day after gunfire near the north Minneapolis police station sent five people to the hospital. ...
If Moliere had visited Wisconsin, he'd have written 'Liberty Falls'
The Moving Company invents a Wisconsin town to poke fun at the way Americans think. ...
Take a hike -- and happy Hmong New Year!: Your weekend planning guide
Celebrate 40 years of the Hmong in Minnesota and hit the park — not the mall — on Black Friday. ...
At day's end, questions still abound in shootings
Protesters and their allies were quick to blame Monday night's shootings on white supremacists, but known facts were in short supply. ...
Mild breezes Wednesday, a few Thanksgiving travel issues
Twin Cities rides the edge of light snow Thanksgiving Day. ...
Chicago police release video of black teen's fatal shooting by white officer
Laquan McDonald was shot 16 times in October 2014, after he refused to follow officers' instructions as he walked down a street with a knife. The officer who shot him has been charged with murder. ...
Iconic Red Wing Pottery store to close next month
Owner Bruce Johnson says a lawsuit over the "red wing" insignia has led to threats and harassment, leading him to close the salesroom. ...
Hallberg's Picture of Health: The end of pharmaceutical ads
A panel of physicians from the American Medical Association have voted in favor of a ban on what are called "direct-to-consumer" pharmaceutical ads. ...
Why Hemingway became a bestseller after the Paris attacks
Ernest Hemingway's Paris memoir, "A Moveable Feast," shot to the top of the bestseller list in France. Many copies have been left, along with flowers and signs, at the sites of the attacks. ...
15-year-old boy is Liberia's first ebola-related fatality since July
Liberian officials announced a resurgence of the disease last week, for the first time since the country was declared Ebola-free on Sept. 3. ...
Tunisian president declares state of emergency after deadly explosion
The incident occurred on one of the largest thoroughfares in the city, Mohamed V Avenue, and went off at a time when the streets were busy with people commuting home from work. ...
Pregnant MN TV meteorologist fights baby bump bullies
When it comes to TV news personalities, the viewers often have a difficult time understanding their boundaries. ...
Turkey says it shot down Russian warplane near border with Syria
Turkey said the plane violated its airspace and that it had issued 10 warnings before firing. Russian President Vladimir Putin said the downing was a "stab in the back by the terrorists' accomplices." ...
Mine worker unemployment benefits begin to expire
About 1,500 taconite mine workers have been laid off this year amid record low iron ore prices and a flood of cheap, imported steel. ...
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