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General Mills plans another 800 job cuts, mainly in US
The company did not say how many Minnesota employees could be affected. ...
Brainerd schools rule in national 'Blue Ribbon' honors
The award recognizes schools for high academic performance and narrowing the achievement gap between white students and students of color and low income students. ...
Expel or engage? Mosques seek new ways to end terror recruiting
Experts increasingly worry expelling radicals from mosques may plant the seeds for even more radicalism. Could a new approach work in the Twin Cities? ...
Enbridge delays pipeline for at least a year
Because of a longer than expected permitting process in Minnesota, the company now estimates the pipeline won't be in service until 2017. ...
First US case of Ebola confirmed in Dallas
Health officials have already started searching for people who may have come into close contact with the man. Ebola is only spread via direct contact with body fluids. ...
U of M to close dept. that helped students catch up with peers
University officials plan to move programs in the Department of Postsecondary Teaching and Learning to other areas. ...
MNsure health plan rates for 2015 due Wednesday
The data should give Minnesota consumers an idea of how much their insurance will cost them next year. ...
Oil, rail industries want 7 years to fix tank cars
Thanks to an oil fracking boom, rail shipments of crude oil have skyrocketed from a few thousand carloads a decade ago to 434,000 carloads last year. ...
2015 Westminster pack to include 2 new breeds
A Hungarian hunting dog and a cheerful breed known as the "royal dog of Madagascar" will join the pack at the Westminster Kennel Club show next year. ...
Federal agents search West St. Paul restaurant
Agents from Homeland Security Investigations searched the Hibachi Grill and Supreme Buffet restaurant in West St. Paul Tuesday. The division is part of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. ...
Dayton directs state disaster aid to Dakota Co.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency told Minnesota on Tuesday it had denied the state's appeal to add the southern metro county to a disaster declaration. ...
Long-lost Jackson 5 track released by Minneapolis label Secret Stash
This newly-found recording features 8-year-old Michael Jackson, along with his brothers Jermaine, Tito, Jackie and Marlon. It's believed to be the earliest recording of the group. ...
Somali American to be sentenced in Portland terror case
Mohamed Mohamud faces a maximum sentence of life in prison for the plot that was actually an FBI sting. ...
Indie bookseller The Bookcase to close
The Bookcase, an independent Wayzata bookstore that has been in business for more than 50 years, will close soon. Owner Charlie Leonard broke the news in an e-mail and on Facebook, telling customers that changing shopping habits, as well as local redevelopment and road construction, caused a dramati ...
ND students told: Don’t dress like Julia Roberts
In Devils Lake, N.D., school administrators figured a 24-year-old movie would resonate with the kids when it comes to how to dress properly. ...
Critics find ‘Radio Man’ long, less than insightful
While Garrison Keillor is an icon in the world of radio, local theater critics have found his skills as a playwright lacking. His show “Radio Man,” now on stage at the History Theatre, left critics wanting to know more about the man, and less about the show. From John Olive at HowWasTheS ...
Olympian Michael Phelps apologizes for DUI arrest
Police charged the 18-time gold medalist after officers said he was speeding and failed field sobriety tests when pulled over in his native Baltimore. ...
At Target, boys are superheroes, girls can marry them
Sooner or late, some department store buyer is going to learn not to deploy children's clothing that assigns gender roles. Target is the latest retailer to fall into the minefield with some pajamas. ...
Death penalty politics enters the governor's race
The death penalty hasn't surfaced as an issue in the race for governor in Minnesota. But it's another area on which the candidates disagree. ...
Fall color peaking up north
Vibrant color should hold though this weekend in most of central Minnesota. Colors are accelerating in the Twin Cities metro. ...
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