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In killing lion, did dentist end his career, too?
Walter Palmer could ride out the storm if he remains contrite, says a crisis expert. ...
Judge to decide whether to extend archdiocese claims deadline
Time is running out for alleged sex-abuse victims and other creditors to file claims against the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. ...
Statewide testing shows little change in student scores
Most troubling, the achievement gap shows no sign of improvement. ...
Two Ramsey County beaches closed due to E. coli
The beaches on Lake Johanna in Arden Hills and Long Lake in New Brighton were closed as of Wednesday. ...
New shops and restaurants coming to MSP airport
Airport staff say they want to offer more opportunity for local businesses, ethnic food and combinations of food and entertainment, among other things. ...
Feds mull Xcel penalties tied to MN nuclear plant violation
Federal officials say two Xcel contractors in 2013 willfully violated procedures and falsified records involving checks on welding material used to seal spent nuclear fuel at Xcel's Monticello, Minn., nuclear plant. ...
Warm dry breezes close out wet July
Stiff breezes back off a bit behind a relaxing pressure gradient Thursday and Friday. Minnesota enjoys some of the finest weather of summer the next few days. ...
As Target pharmacies shift to CVS, will consumers stick around?
Target is expected to complete the sale of its pharmacy business to CVS by year's end, although it's not clear how things will change for customers going forward. ...
Sun Country pilots edge closer to strike threat
The union representing the pilots has asked that contract talks be declared at an impasse. ...
Roaming and Reading in Morocco
The Morocco beyond the cities that lured our "guide," Seth Sherwood. ...
The lion, the dentist, his trophy hunt and the consequences
This week, the story unfolded of a lion in Zimbabwe killed during a trophy hunt by a Minnesota dentist. We take a closer look at the killing of the lion and bring your view into the conversation. ...
Selfie sticks banned on part of state fairgrounds
The Minnesota State Fair is joining Disneyland, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and other venues in limiting the use of so-called selfie sticks. ...
A closer look at Southern identity
Recent debates about the Confederate flag raised issues for many southerners about what it means to be from the south. ...
Minnesota Security Hospital and restraints
When patients at the Minnesota Security Hospital in St. Peter are physically aggressive, how should staff respond? Minnesota Security Hospital employees are at odds with state administrators over the answers to those questions. ...
How your cat's purrs are not-so-secretly controlling you
Cats don't purr just when they're happy and content. Sometimes they purr when they're scared or in need of comfort. But they also do it to control the weak-minded humans they live with. ...
'Let's Be Less Stupid': Is it possible to train your brain to be smarter?
"What's the word for that thing that goes in the thing?" Patricia Marx found herself asking. Forgetting basic words made her wonder: Is it possible to make yourself smarter? ...
Appetites: Sweet yet surprising honey
Honey can add depth to almost any dish, be it sweet or savory. ...
Local organizer reflects on national Black Lives Matter gathering
Tom Weber talks with one of the Minnesotans who attended the Black Lives Matter gathering in Cleveland to plan what is next for the movement. ...
University of Cincinnati police officer charged in killing of unarmed black man
The Hamilton County Prosecutor said the shooting of Sam DuBose was "asinine" and "totally unwarranted." Officer Ray Tensing, the prosecutor said, should have never been an officer. ...
Alexs Pate and David Mura speak about guilt and hope
Both authors were featured guests during a recent event at Minneapolis' The Loft Literary Center. ...
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