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Ramsey County beaches reopen to swimming
Public beaches on Long Lake and Lake Johanna reopened Friday after being closed for more than a day over unhealthy E. coli levels. ...
Twins get bullpen help, add Jepsen from Rays
The Minnesota Twins got some much-needed help for their beleaguered bullpen on Friday. ...
A lovely day to end July
Dew points have been down in the comfortable range for the third consecutive breezy day. Scattered thunderstorms have rumbled across the Arrowhead this afternoon, but the rest of the state has been rain-free. July has been quite a wet month for most of Minnesota. My backyard rain gauge recorded 8.4 ...
Norway's new Minnesota consul hopes to reach youth with Nordic roots
A son of Norway who came to the Midwest for college more than 25 years ago has been named Norway's top official in the upper Midwest. ...
Friday Festivals: Vintage bands in Northfield
An eclectic array of local and out-of-state bands will begin playing at 9 a.m. and go through 9 p.m. ...
Minneapolis police chief lays out policing philisophy and goals
Chief Harteau joins Tom Weber in the studio to talk about her philosophy of policing, and about her goals for Minneapolis police. ...
White Bear Lake teen sentenced to five years in rape case
A White Bear Lake man who worked as a lifeguard on an Air Force base in Japan will spend five years in prison for raping an intoxicated minor on the base last year. ...
Alan Cheuse, novelist and longtime NPR contributor, dies at 75
The author and critic died Friday of injuries sustained in a car accident. For years, he was the voice of NPR's literature commentary -- and, for many, the 'guide to a very exciting world.' ...
New law calls on Minnesota cops to account for untested rape kits
Law enforcement agencies across the state are getting ready to report exactly how many untested sexual assault kits they have sitting on their shelves and explain why they remain in evidence. ...
22nd annual Fringe Festival now underway
174 productions. 15 stages. The 22nd annual Minnesota Fringe Festival got underway last night. ...
Dylann Roof pleads not guilty to federal hate crime charges
The 21-year-old is accused of carrying out the ruthless attack that killed nine worshippers in a historic black church in Charleston, S.C., last month. ...
David Brooks and Katie Couric at Aspen Ideas Festival
Katie Couric talks with David Brooks about his new best-selling book, "The Road to Character." ...
The steep price of providing a decent wage
If there's something that people won't stand, it's the idea that someone else is getting something that they're not getting -- or, occasionally, that other people are getting anything at all. ...
Study finds bug diversity cuts down on crop pests
Researchers found that corn pests are less of a problem when there's a diverse population of bugs. ...
Minnesota medical marijuana producer expanding to New York
Minnesota Medical Solutions was one of five successful bidders to provide similar products in the Empire State. ...
Tribal chair: No walleye netting next year on Lake Mille Lacs
"It's a huge sacrifice," Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Chair Melanie Benjamin said, adding, "We want to be part of the solution in the best possible way." ...
Democratic candidates stumble over Black Lives Matter movement
Members of the Black Lives Matter movement are making sure the presidential candidates don't take their votes or their concerns for granted. The candidates are being confronted with activists who are responding to a string of deaths of African-Americans at the hands of police. ...
Should Minnesota provide relief for Lake Mille Lacs resort owners?
DFL Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk agrees a working group should be formed to discuss the walleye situation on Mille Lacs. ...
Lake Mille Lacs walleye fishery facing a crisis with few easy answers
Dave Orrick joins Tom Weber to talk about the walleye problem on Lake Mille Lacs, the possible solutions, and why there's no easy answer. ...
Long-lost F. Scott Fitzgerald story finally published
F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote the short story, "Temperature," shortly before his death. It was presumed lost, but was recently uncovered in the archives at Princeton University. ...
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