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Clinton, Sanders to appear at same MN event, separately
The two remaining candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination inspire the same disagreements in Minnesota that they do elsewhere. ...
Clinton, Sanders clash over minorities, money, Obama
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battled for the crucial backing of black and Hispanic voters in Thursday night's Democratic debate. ...
Arctic front Friday, Watching Sunday snow totals
Get ready for a little bit of weather everything in the next week in Minnesota. ...
St. Paul youth give officials opinions on new police chief
On Wednesday night, Mayor Chris Coleman and Council President Russ Stark met with teens to hear what they're looking for in the next chief. ...
Warsame could be second participant in jihadi rehab program
The 20-year-old Minnesota man, Abdirizak Warsame, arrested for planning to help ISIS, is likely to be the second man in an emerging de-radicalization program. ...
Student discipline approach divides St. Paul school teachers, leaders
St. Paul schools officials believe their plans to curb student conflict, including an approach that helps students work out their own problems, will pay off. Some teachers say the policies aren't working. ...
Terror suspect: Videos, not Minn. mosques, inspired me to seek out ISIS
Abdirizak Warsame said ISIS propaganda videos, not local religious leaders, led him to try and join the terror group. He changed his plea on Thursday to guilty. ...
What went wrong in Roseville mental health police call?
We don't know exactly what happened inside a Roseville apartment overnight where a man having a mental health crisis was shot to death after stabbing a police dog. But based on the information provided so far, it's worth discussing whether there's a more effective way to respond to the ...
Counter Stories: Beyonce, voting and politics in American Indian Country
The Counter Stories hosts discuss the Super Bowl half-time show, voter ID laws and politics in American Indian country. ...
Mpls. Black America forum moved to meet Sanders crowd
A Friday forum on issues facing black Americans that will feature presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has been moved to a north Minneapolis high school partly to accommodate more people. ...
Attorney: Red River levee needed regardless of diversion
Three 8th Circuit Court of Appeals judges heard arguments Thursday on whether to allow construction of a ring levee south of Fargo, N.D., to move forward. ...
State officials revise water tests after temperature errors
Minnesota Health Commissioner Ed Ehlinger says the errors are unlikely to mean more risk for residents. ...
Key figure in bird flu response set to retire
After being in the agriculture industry spotlight during a bird flu fight, the state's chief veterinarian is looking ahead to retirement. The search for a successor is on. ...
Last occupiers of Oregon wildlife refuge surrender to FBI
The surrender played out over a phone call on an open line streamed live on the Internet by an acquaintance of occupier David Fry. ...
Time to panic on economy? Apparently not, Americans say
Maybe Americans did learn a few things from the economic collapse of 2008. An interview with an executive of Fidelity suggests so, anyway. People are saving money. Maybe. ...
City seeks reimbursement for cost of killing a 12-year-old
Sometimes, Cleveland can't help being Cleveland. ...
Morgan Stanley will pay $3.2B for contributing to mortgage crisis
The investment bank, agreeing that it misrepresented the risk and value of mortgage-backed securities, reached the settlement deal with state and federal authorities. ...
Love giant insects? Meet the tree lobster, back from the brink
The 8-inch insect nearly went extinct when hungry rats overran its island. But Melbourne scientists found a few in 2001 and started a thriving colony. Now the San Diego Zoo is hatching them, too. ...
Judge rejects Minnesota ISIS suspects' 'combatant immunity' claim
A federal judge has dismissed arguments made by men allegedly trying to join ISIS that they are enemy combatants and so should have conspiracy murder charges against them tossed out. ...
Finding your Minnesota caucus site only a click away
Minnesota voters can weigh in on presidential race come March 1. Knowing where to go is half the battle. ...
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