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Garnett buys 1,000 tickets for Timberwolves fans
The tickets will be given away starting at 9 a.m. Monday. The first 500 fans to claim the tickets on the Timberwolves website will receive a pair of tickets. ...
Nurse treated for Ebola to sue Texas hospital
Nina Pham tells the Dallas Morning News that while she is Ebola-free, she suffers residual effects from contracting the disease from a patient she cared for last fall. ...
Liberia's president says Ebola energized her country
There's a lot to celebrate in Liberia: The number of new Ebola cases have been declining, kids are going back to school and life is returning to some semblance of normalcy. ...
'We are Hmong Minnesota': A 40-year journey, remembered
Hmong people first came to Minnesota in 1975 as refugees hoping to build new lives. An exhibit opening Saturday at the Minnesota History Center tells their stories. ...
How Pittsburgh's Freedom House pioneered paramedic treatment
In the 1960s, Pittsburgh, like most cities, was segregated by race. But people of all colors suffered from lack of ambulance care. Police were the ones who responded to medical emergency calls. ...
Minnie Minoso, baseball's first black Latino star, dies
Minoso, who hailed from Havana, Cuba, played 12 of his 17 seasons with the Chicago White Sox, after getting his start in the majors with the Cleveland Indians in 1949. ...
Mr. Spock and the consolations of solitude
"When I heard about the sad demise of Leonard Nimoy, I felt a sense of loss and sadness entirely disproportionate to the death of someone I'd never met," writes Elizabeth Graham on NPR.org. ...
Six of 10 young Republicans favor legal marijuana, survey finds
Nearly two-thirds of Millennials who identify as Republican support legalizing marijuana, while almost half of older GOP Gen-Xers do, according to a recently released Pew survey. ...
10 things about Hmong culture, food and language you probably didn't know
It's been 40 years since the Hmong first began arriving in Minnesota. Today, the state boasts the second-largest Hmong population in the nation. ...
Fish houses must go for (almost) spring cleaning
The Department of Natural Resources is reminding anglers to remove fish houses and garbage from lakes before the ice melts. ...
As temperatures drop, so do blood donations
Memorial Blood Centers' supply of O negative blood is dangerously low. ...
Cult leader accused of sex abuse of minors arrested in Brazil
Victor Arden Barnard, wanted by Pine County for 59 counts of criminal sexual assault, was arrested Friday night in Rio de Janeiro. ...
Funding Homeland Security: Where do we go from here?
President Obama signed a stopgap measure to keep the department running for another week, but the tussle over his executive action on immigration -- linked to the funding -- is not over yet. ...
Man struck by Minnesota State Patrol car in St. Paul
A man suffered minor injuries after he was struck by a Minnesota State Patrol squad car in St. Paul early Saturday morning. ...
New Ordway hall throws open its doors this weekend
A gala concert and an open house launch a month of celebrations for the new Ordway Concert Hall in St. Paul. ...
'The Black Summit' draws African-Americans to the ski slopes
Participants in winter sports are predominantly white, but the National Brotherhood of Skiers has been trying to change that for 42 years. ...
Congress tries 1-week bill to keep Homeland Security open
This battle has been brewing in Congress for months, since President Obama issued a series of executive actions giving legal status to millions of undocumented immigrants. ...
To the high school athletes who get it right
A Texas 'school's' basketball team didn't have any fans to watch its game. So their opponents gave them theirs. ...
Outreach teams watch over homeless out in the cold
A few homeless programs in the Twin Cities offer outreach services. They seek homeless men and women who resist shelters for various reasons and who may have trouble surviving the brutally cold winter months. ...
Edge of snow Tuesday, 40 by Friday?
Meteorological spring arrives Sunday March 1. Can true spring be far behind? ...
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