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Cynthia Lennon, first wife of John Lennon, dies of cancer
Her death was announced on the website and Twitter account of her son, Julian Lennon, and was confirmed by his representative. ...
Tiny songbird tracked across 1,700 miles of open ocean
Scientists had long suspected that the blackpoll warbler made its journey to the Caribbean over the ocean. That notion has now been proven, according to a new study. ...
Some Republicans not sold on eliminating MN Care
Rep. Matt Dean has a plan to eliminate MinnesotaCare and use the savings for other GOP priorities. But some Republicans say they haven't committed to Dean's plan. ...
‘Pattern of abuse’ debate leads to new MN murder trial
A split Minnesota Supreme Court Wednesday threw out a man's first-degree-murder conviction for killing his girlfriend as justices wrangled over the legal definition of domestic abuse. ...
Arkansas governor asks lawmakers for changes in 'religious freedom' bill
Gov. Asa Hutchinson previously said he would sign the bill, which the Legislature passed Tuesday, until a similar law in Indiana sparked a backlash. ...
Engineer of oil tanker train sues BNSF for Casselton crash
Bryan Thompson says the railroad failed to properly inspect and maintain its equipment and failed to warn workers of the dangers of hauling explosive oil tank railcars. ...
Fatal shooting in south Minneapolis
Police responding to reports of gunfire found the man dead on the 2200 block of 13th Avenue South shortly before 11 p.m. ...
NewsCut: Bachmann compares Obama to Germanwings co-pilot
In a Facebook post, Bachmann wrote that "with his Iran deal, Obama is ... a deranged pilot flying his entire nation into the rocks." ...
Judge dismisses Duluth's attempt to reinstate casino deal
The National Indian Gaming Commission told the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa in 2011 that its longtime agreement with the city to run the casino was contrary to federal law. ...
We’re bored with climate change
The BBC suggests today that we've moved on from caring about climate change because we're tired of it. ...
Double risk: Grass fires and strong storms
During the peak of afternoon heating, an advancing cool front will ignite strong thunderstorms in western Iowa and southwest Minnesota. ...
Resentments reopen in dance team feud
When the Minnesota high school dance team season starts next year, perhaps the priority will be restoring a little class to the image of the sport. ...
University of North Dakota begins campaign to find nickname
The school's nickname committee will be accepting submissions beginning Wednesday until the end of the April. The names must be 25 characters or less. ...
Why does a ‘machine gun’ tell us it’s safe to cross the street?
Brig props today to Richard Chin of the Pioneer Press who answers a question we've had since the Green Line started running in downtown Saint Paul. What's the story with that godawful machine gun sound signalling that it's OK to cross the street? ...
Report: Minnesota livestock producers had profitable 2014
Meanwhile, Minnesota crop farmers saw their incomes drop last year by almost two-thirds. ...
Shoreview man, 21, charged with kidnapping 15-year-old girl
Kong Meng Xiong is accused of holding the girl against her will in an attempt to force her into a traditional Hmong marriage. ...
Engineer-turned-cabbie helps refugees find their way
Somali-American Omar Shekhey drives a cab at night, but during the day, he runs the nonprofit Somali American Community Center, based in Clarkston, Ga. ...
The Daily Digest: Ag lobby goes big
Your daily dose of Minnesota politics and policy. ...
World's oldest person, a Japanese woman, dies at 117
A 116-year-old American woman is now the world's oldest person. ...
Joni Mitchell 'awake and in good spirits' in intensive care
The singer was hospitalized in Los Angeles after being found unconscious in her home Tuesday afternoon. ...
Major League Soccer announced that Minnesota will be the home of a new Major League Soccer team. The owners also announced they want to build a new open-air stadium for the team. Do you think it should be funded through public subsidies or privately funded?
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