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Lack of snow could mean new location for City of Lakes Loppet
The City of Lakes Loppet Ski Festival said cancellation of the cross-country ski event isn't an option. ...
Man pleads guilty in Mpls. parking ramp sexual assaults
Prosecutors say 22-year-old Peijan Hodges pleaded guilty to attacking two women just hours apart one afternoon last October in one of the large parking ramps near Target Center. ...
Marrow donor/recipient bond propels cross-country ride
Sometime in June or July, if things work out as she hopes, Maxine Renning of Los Angeles will ride her bike into Minneapolis. She admits she's not much of a cyclist but by then she will be. She'll be riding from Baltimore and will stop here on her way to Seattle as part of a 4,000-mile ride ...
Gun rights groups rally, lobby lawmakers
Gun owners gathered outside the Minnesota Capitol today to tell state lawmakers that they plan to be “appropriately aggressive” in protecting their second amendment rights during the 2015 legislative session. ...
2015 will continue streak of shrinking U.S. budget deficit
The federal budget deficit will fall in 2015, the sixth consecutive year of decreases relative to the overall economy. ...
'Quad copter' flew into, crashed on White House grounds, Secret Service says
The Secret Service has identified a device that was found overnight on the White House grounds as a "quad copter." The agency says the person who had been operating the device reported that it crashed after they lost control. ...
Citywide curbside composting coming to Minneapolis
City residents will support the program through an additional service charge of $3.40 per month -- regardless of whether they participate. ...
Illustrating a dark family history
Boy meets girl, boy makes bombs. Illustrator Nina Bunjevac captures her parent's dramatic history in a new graphic memoir "Fatherland." ...
Suspect charged in killing of Cottage Grove High School teacher
Bailey Garcia, 19, of Pine Springs faces a single count of second degree murder in connection with the shooting death of art teacher and bar owner David Frigaard. ...
DNR tightens walleye rules for 3 popular BWCA lakes
Meanwhile, the state is relaxing walleye size restrictions for Lake Winnibigoshish in northern Minnesota. ...
Dayton road plan: $10 billion over 10 years
Minnesota's governor says the state will fall behind unless legislators agree to new revenue for roads, bridges and transit. Dayton detailed his plan today. ...
Competency-based degree programs on the rise
A new report says 52 colleges offer, or plan to offer, some credits based on learning, not just seat time. ...
Minnesota economy beats Wisconsin: 7 charts, 1 table
Minnesota's economy outperforms Wisconsin's economy. It's been that way for years. Those trends have accelerated since the end of the Great Recession. ...
U complaint reportedly tied to future of track
The track would reportedly be displaced in plans for a new athletic village. ...
Chute saves life of pilot who ran out of fuel
Employees at a South Saint Paul company might well be jubilant today. They helped save the lives of a pilot of a Cirrus airplane that ran out of fuel off the coast of Hawaii yesterday. ...
Photos: Massive blizzard bears down on Northeast
Cities across the the Northeast are bracing for what the National Weather Service is calling a potentially historic blizzard. ...
A Beautiful World: Leaving a (written) legacy
Writing a "legacy letter" or an ethical will offers the means to share thoughts, memories, hopes and dreams with future generations. ...
Hosting a Super Bowl is a money loser this year
Glendale, Arizona -- where the Super Bowl will be played next Sunday -- provides a cautionary tale for cities trying to be a destination by investing heavily in sports franchises. It's a money loser. ...
DNA blood test gives women a new option for prenatal screening
The simple test is less risky than invasive alternatives like amniocentesis, but also doesn't tell as much about fetal health. ...
20,000 holes, 10,000 people, one fish
An estimated 10,000 anglers headed for Gull Lake for the annual Brainerd Jaycees Ice Fishing Extravaganza. They had no problem finding a place to pull up a bucket; organizers had drilled 20,000 holes. ...
Do you support the 600-mile crude oil Sandpiper line, which is proposed to run from North Dakota through Minnesota to Wisconsin?
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