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Can you use that in a sentence? Dictionary adds new words
Oxford Dictionaries added new words including "hangry," "rando" and "awesomesauce." ...
Hispanic or Latino? A guide for the presidential campaign
Donald Trump has put immigration front and center in his campaign. This has placed renewed focus on the confusing question of how to refer to people from Latin America, including those now in the U.S. ...
Washington Post reporter gets a better look at Red Lake
Christopher Ingraham, the Washington Post reporter who was at the receiving end of Minnesota's outrage after he presented data showing Red Lake County is the ugliest county in America, didn't help relations when he doubled-down by criticizing our thin skins. But yesterday he proved himself ...
Messersmith crop art at the State Fair
The portrait is on display in the Minnesota State Fair's Agriculture Building, right next to a seed depiction of Jesus. ...
DNR: Tribal members face 'likely' citations today if they revive rice protest
The state's longtime position has been that it's illegal to harvest wild rice without a state license off reservation land. ...
Twins back home and back in the playoff hunt
MPR News host Cathy Wurzer spoke with Howard Sinker, a digital sports editor for the Star Tribune, about the team's recent surge on a long road trip. ...
Number of refugees found dead in Austrian truck rises to 71
Meanwhile, hundreds of other refugees were feared drowned off the coast of Libya. At least 100 bodies have been brought back to Libya. ...
NDSU to pay athletes
North Dakota State University is becoming just the second NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision university to pay its athletes. ...
The future of the Iron Range
For the first time in a generation on the Range, union contract negotiations are happening at a time of economic downturn in the steel industry. What will it mean for the region? ...
In south Minneapolis, quilters work on the cutting edge
A pair of sisters and business partners learned their craft from their mother, and now they teach a new generation. ...
Unusually cool August weather hits Minnesota
An unusual weather system for August in Minnesota brought with it days of strong winds earlier this week. ...
Starting today: Skip the lines, buy your State Fair tickets online
The fair is selling full-price adult tickets for $13 and youth and senior tickets for $11 on the fair website. ...
Daily Digest: Dems in Minneapolis
Some news items you don't want to miss this Friday. ...
Here’s why twins.com isn’t about a baseball team
The league has tried for years to get the domain, but the fellas won't sell. Why? Partly because the twins -- the Minnesota Twins -- have never asked. ...
Democratic presidential hopefuls go big today in Twin Cities
Four of the five announced candidates for the Democratic nomination are set to speak to hundreds of delegates at the Democratic National Committee summer meeting in Minneapolis. ...
For kids without animals, 4-H has an answer: Lease one
A decline in farms has left fewer young people with animals of their own. ...
North Dakota legalizes armed police drones
With the passage of a new law earlier this year, North Dakota has become the first state to legalize law enforcement use of armed drones. ...
Kentucky county clerk's office continues to refuse marriage licenses
Citing religious objections, Kim Davis of Rowan County has refused to issue any marriage licenses since the Supreme Court's ruling June 26 that legalized same-sex marriage nationwide. ...
Photos: No chickens, but plenty of fair critters
The crowds are heading in, the 4Hers are showing animals (except chickens), a new lineup fair foods are cooking and the weather is perfect. The State Fair has begun. ...
2 die after being ejected from ATV
Two men died after they were thrown from an all-terrain vehicle and landed in Lake Sakatah in Le Sueur County. ...
Minnesota State Fair
The Minnesota State Fair kicks off this week in St. Paul. Will you be attending the fair?
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