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DNR: Ice conditions inconsistent, dangerous
A mix of warm and cold weather across the state has created inconsistent ice on bodies of water. ...
Lower gas prices mean cheaper holiday road trips
The average price for a gallon or gas in Minnesota is $2.70. That's 40 cents lower than a year ago. ...
Growers grateful for higher Christmas tree prices
Six years of decreased demand and low prices put many growers out of business. ...
Black Friday, top to bottom
Millions of Americans are expected to head out in search of steep discounts today. The National Retail Federation forecasts holiday sales will grow 4.1 percent to $616.9 billion. ...
Split state power tempers GOP's health care plans
Fresh off winning back the state House, Republicans are mapping out their plans to tweak MNsure in 2015. ...
Minnesota WWII vet to receive French honor
As a soldier in the 101st Airborne Division, Jim Carroll jumped into Normandy and Holland as a paratrooper and fought in the Battle of the Bulge. ...
Today’s hot gifts, tomorrow’s rummage sale
The short life of retail glory: a play in one act. ...
Mystery pipe intrigues NW Minnesota
Hundreds of massive steel pipes parked in a field near Itasca State Park have become a conversation topic in northwest Minnesota. What are they doing there? ...
Greater Expectations: The Challenge of the Common Core
A 2014 American RadioWorks documentary about the national controversy over the Common Core education standards. It's called "Greater Expectations: The Challenge of the Common Core." ...
A return to Thanksgiving traditions, Guthrie style
Back in my ancestral homeland, which also happens to be Arlo Guthrie's neck of the woods, the full playing of Alice's Restaurant was a Thanksgiving tradition. ...
Could turkey breeders cure what ails the birds?
The average turkey weighs twice as much as it did in 1929 thanks to intense selective breeding. But there are unintended consequences to the rapid transformation of the turkey. ...
Holiday shopping ads geared toward brain reward center
What makes us want to rush to the stores or online to snap up the best bargains? It turns out those ads -- and the holiday season itself -- are tapping into a very primitive part of our brains. ...
Giving Thanks, by MPR's John Birge
MPR's annual Thanksgiving tradition, a "Giving Thanks" program by John Birge. It features voices and music for the holiday, including the late Maya Angelou, Nikki Giovanni, Garrison Keillor and more. ...
Photos: Southern Minnesota preps for Thanksgiving in snowstorm
Southern Minnesota got socked with snow Wednesday while plows struggled to keep roads clear for people getting ready for Thanksgiving. Others got out and enjoyed the white stuff. ...
Changeable Thanksgiving weekend, hints of a mild December?
Happy Thanksgiving! There is much to be grateful for this Thanksgiving weekend at the Weather Lab. Good health. The company of family and good friends. Abundance. The coldest Thanksgiving in 29 years? You had me at Happy Thanksgiving. Our wild early winter season roller coaster ride continues throug ...
'A Prairie Home Companion' to get second guest host ever
Garrison Keillor said Wednesday that one of his longtime musical guests will fill in as host of two shows in February. ...
Mpls. police investigate protest car crash, seek public's help
Police say a 16-year-old girl was treated for minor injuries after a man drove through a crowd at Lake Street and Minnehaha Avenue. The driver is listed as a suspect. ...
Update: Metro snow done, nearly a foot south
Snow has ended in the metro. A thaw is on the way on Saturday. ...
Minnesota to name medical pot makers Monday
State officials on Monday take the next step toward medical marijuana when they unveil the companies chosen to manufacture the cannabis products. ...
Judge releases man charged with trying to support Islamic State
U.S. Attorney Andy Luger said the 18-year-old and another man conspired to join the Islamic State "to engage in a campaign of terror in support of a violent ideology." ...
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