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Why women senators are more effective than men
Sen. Amy Klobuchar is among several women getting some CBS News admiration today for straightening out the old-boy's club -- the Senate. ...
Romantica mixes Irish music with American country folk
Irish-born Ben Kyle and the band will play tonight at the Dakota Jazz Club in Minneapolis. ...
Runners cover 200 miles on Anishinabe Spirit Run
The 19th annual run is aimed at encouraging sobriety and health. ...
Brooklyn Park reaches $2.85 million settlement with man shot by police officer
Shoua Yang was shot in the kidney by a Brooklyn Park police officer last year. ...
Experimental Ebola vaccine could stop virus in West Africa
There is currently no licensed treatment or vaccine for Ebola, which has so far killed more than 11,000 people in West Africa since the world's biggest outbreak began last year. ...
The art of the obituary: The addict
The family of Coleen Sheran Singer didn't hold back when it came to her obituary, which appears this week in the Bangor (Maine) Daily News. She died on Christmas morning; it's not clear why her obituary didn't appear until this week. ...
Many colleges have armed police squads, but are they worth the risk?
A University of Cincinnati officer faces murder charges for the traffic stop death of Samuel DuBose, and now critics are questioning the growing trend of giving campus cops weapons. ...
Dark reads: 16 Minnesota murder mysteries
What is it about the land of 10,000 lakes that inspires so many dark and chilling tales? ...
Texting while driving and experimental meds: New laws taking effect Aug. 1
Among the laws going into effect on Aug. 1 are new limits on how Minnesota law enforcement agencies can harvest and store data collected by automatic license plate readers. ...
To get big rig drivers, Senate bill would give keys to teens
Some trucking companies are having trouble finding enough interstate drivers. They say cutting the minimum driving age from 21 to 18 is a fix, but critics worry such a move would be a safety disaster. ...
Why can’t you put down the phone?
We often spotlight the many cross-country trips that people make to draw attention to a greater good. This morning, the leader of one of them is dead because a woman couldn't wait to see what was on her phone. ...
Beijing awarded the 2022 Olympic Winter Games
With the selection, Beijing will become the first city to host both winter and summer games. Beijing hosted the 2008 Summer Games. ...
The Daily Digest: Five stories
Some stories in the news that you really should read. ...
Zimbabwe seeks to extradite Twin Cities dentist who killed Cecil the lion
The country's environment, climate and water minister called dentist Walter Palmer a "foreign poacher" and said Zimbabwe is appealing to the U.S. to extradite him. ...
Germany shelves Nazi crimes probe of Minneapolis man
German prosecutors said the 96-year-old Michael Karkoc is not medically fit for trial. ...
Some lawmakers push back on need for Mille Lacs special session
The prospect of a shortened walleye season on Mille Lacs means big trouble for resort owners, Dayton says. ...
The Mpls. cop who writes more tickets than any other
Citations for low-level offenses are one element of "broken windows" policing. Officer Michael Killebrew excels at it. ...
Commerce Department seeks $245,000 from non-profit
A Department audit of Community Action of Minneapolis found misspending. Meanwhile, a Legislative Auditor's review found the Commerce Department acted appropriately in its oversight of the nonprofit. ...
Police looking for homeless man in Quetico wilds
People who saw the man on Monday said he appeared to lack any means of travel. ...
Transit Police Chief Harrington pays visit to Somalia
The visit is part of an effort to establish ties between Somali and Minnesota law enforcement. ...
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