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Filmmaker Fathia Absie on 'The Lobby'
The film is screening tonight at Lagoon Cinema in Minneapolis. ...
Chief Judge Davis retires to senior status this summer
Davis joined MPR News' Tom Weber to discuss highlights from his career and expectations for the bench after he steps down. ...
High school seniors cancel trip, donate money to principal with cancer
In New Hampshire, high school seniors spent some of the year raising the $8,000 it would take for a class trip to the Adirondacks of New York, part of the perk of being a high school senior. Then they found out their principal, Courtney Vashaw, has cancer. ...
CN Railway working to rebuild northern Minnesota bridge
Officials started removing debris from the bridge and three train cars hours after the bridge caught fire and then collapsed Wednesday. ...
'The Upside of Stress:' How stress can actually be healthy
Stress, says health psychologist Kelly McGonigal, can actually be healthy -- if handled correctly. ...
Nebraska man identified as rail worker killed in Minneapolis
According to the officials, Tyrell Anderson died of "multiple blunt force injuries" sustained while unloading track material Monday morning. ...
FIFA president: Bribery scandal puts 'long shadow' over soccer
Embattled FIFA President Sepp Blatter faces a reelection vote Friday, in the face of new corruption and bribery charges against senior members of FIFA. ...
Grand Forks Walmart store reopens 2 days after shooting
A Walmart spokesperson said the store opened Thursday morning. Dozens of people turned out for a vigil outside the store Wednesday evening. ...
Minneapolis police chief responds to ACLU arrest report
Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau discussed the report and the details behind the numbers. ...
Schieffer’s advice to new reporters: Pick up the phone
If you didn't read all the way through the Associated Press' story on Bob Schieffer today, you might've missed an important cultural nugget. ...
How climate change affects insurance and economic risk
As historic weather models change, experts in the insurance industry are having to change their assessment of risk. ...
Preservationists, HGTV star rescue historic Stillwater farmhouse
A dilapidated 19th century clapboard-sided farmhouse once owned by pioneer William Boutwell will be spared a bulldozer. The Washington County Historical Society said Thursday it bought the property. ...
St. Paul videographer detained for taping police
Andrew Henderson and a local police department are at it again. Henderson, who was acquitted by a Ramsey County jury last year for refusing to stop taping police and an ambulance crew in Little Canada, was detained by St. Paul police this month for taping cops conducting a seat-belt crackdown. The ...
Beatles song 'Ticket to Ride' hit No. 1 50 years ago
It was the eighth Beatles song to make it to No. 1 in just over a year. ...
41 indicted in drug trafficking ring on 2 Indian reservations
Authorities say the ring distributed drugs including heroin, methamphetamines, oxycodone and others in and around the Red Lake and White Earth Indian reservations starting in April 2014. ...
La Crosse: The town that knows how to die
For several decades, planning for death has been part of the health care regimen in La Crosse, not much different than having blood pressure checked. ...
Art Hounds: Artists take over downtown Minneapolis
This week on Art Hounds: "Made Here," Contempo Physical Dance and a drive into Wisconsin for the spring "Fresh Art" tour. ...
Rethinking the value of polls
We don't do polls at this news organization anymore and with good reason -- you can't trust them and news organizations are risking a lot when they put that trust in the hands of third-party pollsters to issue polls under their brand. ...
Bugs: Not what's for dinner -- until they're tastier, maybe
A U.K. researcher says chefs and policymakers must "make insect dishes appeal as food, not just a way to save the planet." ...
Shades of summer today, rain overnight
More hazy sun and temps in the 80s in the Twin Cities and southern Minnesota. The rain holds off until after midnight before sweeping through southern Minnesota overnight into Friday. ...
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