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Possible hack of Sony, Microsoft game console sites
If you can't get your new Sony PlayStation or Microsoft Xbox online today, you can blame the Lizard Squad -- or (indirectly) North Korea. Or maybe neither. ...
With two killings, a shift in attitude toward police
A deranged man's assasination of two New York City police officers has derailed the nationwide protests against the killings of unarmed blacks, at least if you believe the New York Times. ...
Lindstrom man killed after car strikes power pole
Authorities say the man was at the wheel of a car that struck the pole, rolled on its side and came to a rest in a ditch with live wires across it. ...
American flag as doormat
A shopping mall in Russia has had it with the U.S.-led sanctions against the country in the wake of Russia's incursion into Ukraine. ...
Cops deliver airline tickets to sick teen
2014 was a tough year for Audra Daniloff, 17. The Saukville, Wisc., teen spent much of it at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin fighting Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis, which stimulates the immune system to attack the body. ...
A taste of December with accumulating snow and colder temperatures
Christmas Day temperatures were relatively mild for the season and snow that fell in parts of central and northern Minnesota accumulated generally less than an inch. An inch(1.1) was reported at Moose Lake, in Carlton County, Minnesota. Travel conditions deteriorate this evening. Accumulating snow a ...
Wisconsin man leaves Xmas tree up for 40 years
For all the doing-good stories that populate the news at this time of the year, it's a shame someone couldn't have stepped forward to help bring Olson's son home. ...
Gas prices drop below $2 at some Twin Cities stations
Gas prices have dropped below $2 per gallon at select Minnesota stations, reflecting steadily dropping prices to levels not seen for five years. ...
Memorial runners, riders mark anniversary of 'Dakota 38'
Soldiers hanged 38 Dakota on Dec. 26, 1862, for alleged crimes committed in a six-week war the previous summer. ...
As Uber expands, it asks cities for forgiveness instead of permission
Uber is in hyper-growth mode, expanding to more than 50 countries. And while it's hard to quantify, the backlash against the company has grown, too. ...
Big gift: St. Cloud man buys fiancee a whole store
Jared Brigmon, who owns a landscaping business, says he wants to give his fiancee her own business to grow. ...
A decade after tsunami, Asia's shattered coasts are on the mend
On Dec. 26, 2004, a massive earthquake in the ocean east of the Indonesian island of Sumatra triggered waves that killed 230,000 people in 11 countries. ...
Cathy Wurzer, Kevin Kling and Matt Sanford on the power of storytelling
MPR's Cathy Wurzer hosts humorist and story-teller Kevin Kling and Matthew Sanford of Mind-Body Solutions on stage December 9, 2014 at the University of St. Thomas about the healing power of storytelling. ...
Inside the megadairy where Coca-Cola makes milk
Coca-Cola got a lot of attention in November when it announced that it was going into the milk business. Not just any milk, mind you: nutritious, reformulated super milk. ...
Health officials worry about kids and e-cigarettes
Even as e-cigarettes help people quit smoking, they may also hook kids on nicotine. ...
Students say sex ed club will be better than health class
Students at St. Louis Park High School say learning about sex ed in class doesn't allow for meaningful discussion. They say teens are more likely listen to peers than teachers. ...
After 522 years, Spain seeks to make amends for expulsion of Jews
Spain's monarchy decimated the Jewish population by expelling, killing or forcibly converting Jews in 1492. Now the country may offer their descendants Spanish citizenship. ...
Somalia's Al-Shabab attacks African peacekeepers
The African Union has condemned an assault on the organization's main base in Somalia by al-Shabab extremists that killed three AU soldiers and a civilian contractor. ...
Ebola survivor: 'You feel like a ghost'
Dr. Senga Omeonga says his days in treatment were "a living hell." And the experience has changed his view of the world -- and the way he treats patients. ...
Strong finish for economy after bad winter
The economy was floored by the polar vortex early on in 2014 -- plus, businesses and consumers were still a little dazed by a government shutdown and debt ceiling fight late in 2013. But it turned around. ...
The average household in Minnesota throws away $96 worth of food annually. How do you compare?
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