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Photos: Wild topple Avalanche in season opener
Minnesota's Zach Parise came up with an unexpected hat trick on the road as the Wild stunned the Colorado Avalanche 5-4. ...
Prince serenades Madonna at late-night Paisley Park gig
The Current's Andrea Swensson, one of the lucky few at the private concert, says the two music icons seemed starstruck by each other. ...
I-94 shutdown in St. Paul tops Twin Cities weekend road woes
Both sides of Interstate 94 will shut as crews remove the deck of the old Lafayette Bridge in St. Paul. Here's your guide to the rest of the weekend driving hassles. ...
An exuberantly dark first novel explores the chaos of central Africa
Fiston Mwanza Mujila's novel, 'Tram 83,' is a freewheeling tale about life in an imaginary place inspired by the author's home country, the Democratic Republic of Congo. ...
Donovan's music reinterpreted
"Lalena" is one of the songs covered on the new album "Gazing With Tranquility: A Tribute to Donovan." ...
Minnesota Wild wins after wild comeback
The Wild scored four goals late in the game against the Colorado Avalanche and won 5-4. ...
A warm, dry fall across Minnesota
MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with University of Minnesota Climatologist Mark Seeley about a warm and dry fall in much of the state. ...
Wisconsin loves its drunk drivers
Wisconsin is getting some national shaming today for its refusal to make drunk driving a crime when it's someone's first offense. ...
No more pumpkin fun for you, America
What kind of country have we become when we can't even throw gourds anymore? ...
Backlash stalls state HIV prevention proposal
The disagreement over the best way to address HIV and AIDS is reminiscent of some of the early days of the crisis three decades ago. ...
The big show? Look up
Venus, the moon, Mars, and Jupiter are all together in the early morning sky, something that won't happen again for years. ...
Officials: 1 dead, 3 wounded in university shooting in Ariz.
An early morning fight between two groups of students escalated into gunfire in the parking lot outside a university dormitory, leaving one person dead and three others wounded, authorities said. ...
Nobel Peace Prize goes to Tunisian quartet of mediators
The National Dialogue Quartet stepped in during the violent summer of 2013, when Tunisia was sliding toward a civil war in the wake of its 2011 Jasmine Revolution. ...
Monster toy exhibit isn't just child's play
"America's Monsters, Superheroes and Villains" at the Goldstein Museum of Design displays 60 years of monster toys. Organizers say it also examines how America has seen itself over the last half-century. ...
Where to see fall colors this weekend
The North Shore is the place to be this weekend for prime leaf peeping. ...
Nobel winners, online scams and astronaut play: Your weekend reading list
This weekend, learn why neutrino study won the Nobel Prize in physics, find out how global Internet scams work and watch some astronaut games. ...
Court had ordered man accused of rape into psychiatric care
The Hennepin County District Court initially ordered Ahmed Abdi to be committed until May of this year, and subsequently extended that order to November. ...
Committee OKs lifting UW out-of-state student cap
The UW System currently caps the number of out-of-state undergraduates at 27.5 percent of the total undergraduate population at each campus. ...
Amazon takes aim at Etsy with a new craft site
Amazon will require that the goods be factory-free -- a direct swipe at Etsy, which now allows artisans to work with manufacturers to increase their sales. ...
3 cops sue Minneapolis after names revealed
Three undercover Minneapolis police officers whose names were made public after prostitution busts at massage parlors are now suing the city, county and state. ...
Right to die
California looks to become the fifth state to pass a right-to-die law. Do you think Minnesota should have such a law?
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