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Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on urban issues in '16 campaign
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake tells the National Press Club that the 2016 presidential candidates must address a wide range of urban issues. She appeared Wednesday, October 7th. ...
MN school district seeks $3M from farmer who sued over bonds
Sibley East Public Schools says in a court motion that Nathan Kranz' litigation cost it nearly $3 million and that he failed to put up a $300,000 surety bond as ordered ...
The art of the obituary: the grave digger
Thomas D. Donnelly, of Geneva, Minn., died on Tuesday. But he was known by a different name -- 'Digger'. He dug graves. He was also Tom Tom the Leprechaun, the mascot of the Minnesota RollerGirls. ...
Even in death, Edgar Allan Poe remains a mystery
Oct. 7 marks the 166th anniversary of Edgar Allan Poe's death. How he died, however, remains a mystery. ...
Mpls. man charged with raping 10-year-old in Riverside Plaza
The girl told police the suspect extended his hand to her, but refused to let go after she shook his hand, according to the criminal complaint. ...
What we can learn from the Milford Mighty Mites
Without question, the highlight of the many years I watched my kids play baseball occurred very early in their youth athletic careers, when a ball hit to shortstop went for an easy single because the shortstop was busy making a sand castle. Life should always be that sweet. ...
Myhra is third GOP congressional hopeful in 2nd District
Former state Rep. Pam Myhra announced today that she’s a Republican candidate for Congress in Minnesota’s 2nd District. ...
Doctors Without Borders wants independent inquiry into U.S. attack on hospital
Twelve of those who died were staff members of the Paris-based charity, which says the attack went on for 30 minutes after it contacted both Afghanistan's and the coalition's military leaders. ...
MN Supreme Court: Payday loan limits constitutional
The Minnesota Supreme Court today upheld the state's payday lending law that curbed high-interest, short-term loans to mostly low-income people who can't stretch a paycheck. ...
Children's Museum breaks ground on expansion project
As part of the project, the museum launched a #PlayMoreMN campaign to promote the importance of play in children's lives. ...
Cause of Mpls. fire that killed 3 children undetermined
A vigil was held for the family Tuesday night in Minneapolis, and another is scheduled for Wednesday night in Robbinsdale. ...
Aug-tober weekend; Implications of Euro’s Joaquin ‘victory’
Our string of nearly perfect days features a showery speed bump overnight tonight into Thursday. After that, yet another glorious weekend brings plenty of sunshine and late August temperatures. ...
Pizza delivery driver stops to rescue man from winter
A 76-year-old man has pretty much given up on life after his house was damaged in a storm and his son was killed on a snowmobile. He now lives in a small camper with no electricity, heat, or running water. So Angela Nguyen, who delivers pizzas, stepped in. ...
Rodney King's place in U.S. history takes center stage
A show at the Penumbra Theatre that's resonating with audiences amid the current discussion on race is getting rave reviews. ...
Electronic music pioneer Kraftwerk to play at Northrop
Concert-goers will be given old-school red and green 3-D glasses so they can fully appreciate the videos that will be shown behind the band. ...
Duluth suicide rescue video illustrates privacy concerns
This video from Duluth that's been circulating for a few days ought to play right into the debate over the privacy concerns of police body camera video, but for some reason it's not. ...
With church splitting over same-sex marriage, pastor quits
Rev. Steve Berntson, a pastor at Messiah Lutheran Church in north Fargo, has quit his job to protest a Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage. ...
'Draft Biden' group launches emotional ad urging VP to run
Vice President Joe Biden is still weighing whether to run for president. But a superPAC is upping the ante with a TV ad set to run around the time of the first Democratic debate Tuesday. ...
Au contraire, Renoir
In the big scheme of things, a debate over whether Renoir was any good isn’t any different than a sportsradio talk show brawl over whether Pete Rose should be in the baseball Hall of Fame, but in the world of fine art, god help you if you question the wisdom of art historians and critics.&hell ...
Daily Digest: New nuclear fears
Some items in the news to consider this Wednesday. ...
Right to die
California looks to become the fifth state to pass a right-to-die law. Do you think Minnesota should have such a law?
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