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Minn. regulators approve site permit for huge solar project
Geronimo Energy's Aurora project will build up to 21 solar generation facilities across the state to supply electricity to Xcel Energy customers. ...
Mpls. Veterans Home enters final stage of expansion
The Minneapolis Veterans Home is getting a new 100-bed skilled care nursing facility on its campus, after securing $38 million in federal funds. ...
Friday rain and thunder, cooler weekend
Out instant summer preview fades Friday as a cold front slides across Minnesota from the west. ...
Fire that wrecked key northern MN rail bridge ruled accidental
Investigators believe a mechanical failure triggered the fire that destroyed a rail bridge south of International Falls. Crews are working quickly to rebuild the U.S.-Canada freight link. ...
Mpls. police issue alert for woman, 20, believed abducted
Police say witnesses reported Alexis Jade Nabors was "physically forced" into a van by 20-year-old Wesley Nathaniel Little in the 3300 block of Knox Avenue North. ...
Minnesota hospitals will be able to dispense medical marijuana
The Legislature has adjusted the law to add hospitals to the list of facilities that can control, dispense and manage the use of cannabis inside their systems. ...
Former House Speaker Hastert indicted over $3.5 million in payments
The Illinois Republican, 73, is charged with trying to evade cash withdrawal requirements, and with lying to the FBI about it. ...
CDC investigates live anthrax shipments
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is still trying to figure out how the military managed to ship anthrax spores that were apparently live from one of its facilities to more than a dozen labs across the United States. ...
The Adrian Peterson manifesto
Adrian Peterson, who has refused to attend optional Minnesota Vikings practices in an ongoing contract dispute, is again using Twitter to pour gas on a fire. ...
9,451 MN workers face layoffs with no budget deal
Thousands of Minnesota workers will get layoff notices Monday, officials said Thursday. Layoffs come July 1 if lawmakers can't agree on three budget bills. Read the breakdown by department. ...
Deep dive: Film explores roots of BASE jumping
"Sunshine Superman," a new documentary opening in Minnesota this weekend, profiles the man considered the father of the extreme sport. ...
Heather Cox Richardson on Wounded Knee Massacre
In December 1890, a US cavalry regiment killed 250 innocent Lakota men, women and children in South Dakota in what became known as the Wounded Knee Massacre. Boston College history professor Heather Cox Richardson speaks at the MNHS History Forum about her new book, "Wounded Knee: Party Politics and ...
Winning words at the bee more D-I-F-F-I-C-U-L-T than ever
There once was a time you could win the Scripps National Spelling Bee, now underway, by correctly spelling "initials." Not anymore. ...
Today’s great sports debate: Was Metrodome imploded?
While waiting for the World Series (with the Twins) to get underway, there's not much for sports fans in the Twin Cities to do today -- an off day for the local entry in the American League. ...
Filmmaker Fathia Absie on 'The Lobby'
The film is screening tonight at Lagoon Cinema in Minneapolis. ...
Chief Judge Davis retires to senior status this summer
Davis joined MPR News' Tom Weber to discuss highlights from his career and expectations for the bench after he steps down. ...
High school seniors cancel trip, donate money to principal with cancer
In New Hampshire, high school seniors spent some of the year raising the $8,000 it would take for a class trip to the Adirondacks of New York, part of the perk of being a high school senior. Then they found out their principal, Courtney Vashaw, has cancer. ...
Counter Stories: When whites become a minority
Sometime between 2040 and 2045, the African-American, Latino, Asian and Native American populations will exceed that of whites in the United States. ...
CN Railway working to rebuild northern Minnesota bridge
Officials started removing debris from the bridge and three train cars hours after the bridge caught fire and then collapsed Wednesday. ...
Annandale watches special session for broadband help
Annandale managed to get an earmark for broadband funding in legislation this year, but Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed the bill, asking for more money for rural broadband but objecting to the city's special treatment. ...
Plastic Bag Ban
Nearly 200 cities in the United States ban the use of plastic bags. Do you think your city should do the same?
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