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All-day pre-K builds better kindergarteners, U study says
Early childhood education advocates say the results show Minnesota should invest more in preschool programs to help narrow the state's achievement gap between white students and students of color. ...
Ritchie reflects on 2014 vote, past eight years
Minnesota’s turnout for the midterm election was 50.51 percent of eligible voters. The turnout in 2010, the previous midterm, was 55.83 percent. ...
Timberwolves worth more than MN Wild, magazine says
If you had to choose which team is more valuable, which would you pick? The Minnesota Wild or the Minnesota Timberwolves? Forbes says T-Wolves. ...
Ferguson documents: How the grand jury reached a decision
The grand jury was presented with hours of testimony and thousands of pages of documents. Its job was to decide if there was probable cause to bring charges against Officer Darren Wilson. ...
8 Minnesota breweries to be thankful for
A guide to the best Minnesota craft brews according to some of the biggest beer geeks in the state. ...
On the show Wednesday
Twin Cities chefs share restaurant recipes, Richard Ford and living off the land. ...
Demolition OK'd for 19th-century buildings in downtown St. Paul
The move could clear the way for a major redevelopment of St. Paul's riverfront. ...
Fashion takes center stage in Minneapolis exhibits
"Italian Style" at the Minneapolis Institute of the Arts celebrates 70 years of Italian fashion, while "The Fashion Show" at Weinstein Gallery highlights the work of fashion photographers. ...
Feds charge two Minnesotans with trying to aid ISIS
Two young Minnesotans face federal conspiracy charges tied to their alleged efforts to provide "material support" to the radical group Islamic State, also known as ISIS. ...
Brown family attorney blasts grand jury's decision
Attorney Benjamin Crump said the decision not to charge officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, 18, showed the system was broken. The grand jury's decision sparked violent protests. ...
St. Paul archdiocese sues insurance companies
Archbishop John Nienstedt says in a statement that he hopes the lawsuit will encourage the insurance companies to cooperate in reaching an equitable settlement with the victims and survivors. ...
In debate over dying, decency takes a back seat
A pro-life website callously uses a dying local man to judge a dead woman. ...
Father, daughter identified in Rochester shooting
Police say Bradley James Higgins killed his 9-year-old daughter Mackenzie Higgins during a weekend visit before turning the gun on himself. ...
NewsCut: A settlement in the great grape salad dispute
The New York Times has revised its infamous state-by-state breakdown of popular Thanksgiving foods. Sort of. ...
How life expectancy factors into retirement planning
We offer advice for balancing quality of life and planning for the unexpected. ...
Delta takes stand for immigration reform
Delta Airlines isn't too afraid to wade into a political issue despite the risk it will alienate many of its customers. ...
Turning 21? Here's how to avoid a big hike in health premiums
Many 21-year-olds will be able to sidestep rate increase if they re-evaluate their coverage options on the federal marketplace before Feb. 15. ...
Gruff Rhys journeys into the 'American Interior'
The Welsh singer-songwriter chronicles the adventures of an 18th-century ancestor in a new multimedia solo project. ...
Federal Ferguson investigation will remain independent, Holder insists
The Justice Department continues to investigate possible discriminatory police actions in Ferguson, Mo. However, proving that Darren Wilson violated federal criminal law will be difficult. ...
Clipper to bring snowy travel, frigid Thanksgiving
Snow should arrive in the metro before rush hour Wednesday morning and may affect pre-Thanksgiving travel in most of Minnesota. We rebound a bit for Black Friday into early Saturday before another cold front delivers a chilly Sunday. ...
Officials are saying the opening weekend of Mnsure went smoothly. Have your experiences been positive or negative?
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