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Minnesota dentist made Jimmy Kimmel cry
Jimmy Kimmel is no fan of Walter Palmer. ...
Tina Fey accidentally explains how Netflix is like podcasting
On demand is on demand, as it turns out, whether it's video or audio. Even Tina Fey says so. ...
Surf’s up: Gale warnings for Lake Superior
An unusually strong low pressure system for late July is swirling through Ontario, Canada today. The strong pressure gradient around the spinning low will crank up gale force winds across Minnesota and Lake Superior. ...
University of Minnesota: East Bank clear after gas leak
University of Minnesota officials gave the all clear Wednesday morning following a warning of a gas leak on the East Bank campus. ...
Some youths find probation more challenging than juvenile detention
Nationwide, juvenile incarceration has dropped by half since 1999 -- but the probations that have replaced it hold teens to sometimes subjective standards and often include electronic monitoring. ...
Speaker Daudt open to ideas to help Mille Lacs area resorts
Gov. Mark Dayton said he might call a special session of the Legislature to discuss providing aid for resorts and businesses around the lake. ...
Should taxpayers bail out Lake Mille Lacs resorts?
There are several elements to the story worthy of discussion: Can the future of the lake and the present of the lake co-exist anymore? What other business deserves a state bailout? ...
The Daily Digest: Lion-free edition
A handful of interesting articles to start your day. ...
Sturgeon, paddlefish deaths on Lake Pepin investigated
Some fishing operations have been temporarily halted after the discovery of the dead fish. ...
'Location is everything' in Oregon tribal casino dispute
The dispute between two Native American tribes comes down to historical claims on a casino's proposed site -- and also business. ...
Texas officials release more jailhouse video in Sandra Bland case
Officials in Waller County, Texas, say the videos prove many of the conspiracy theories being batted around the web are not true. Bland's death is still being investigated. ...
Streaming media: Where the creativity goes to thrive
NPR's Linda Holmes, who writes the Monkey See blog on popular culture, has found her way -- sort of -- into the percolating podcast v. radio debate with her latest post about a TV show. ...
Judge rules for Fond du Lac Band in Duluth casino dispute
The judge's ruling means the band won't have to pay the roughly $10 million the city of Duluth claimed in back payments. ...
Voting Rights Act anniversary prompts calls for action
The living members of Minnesota's congressional delegation of the time recall what it was like to unite behind a shared goal: equal rights to vote. ...
Surgeon who helped pioneer key CPR technique dies at 87
Dr. James Jude, a native Minnesotan credited with helping develop an early form of cardiopulmonary resuscitation died early Tuesday in Florida, his son said. ...
Dayton floats special session for Mille Lacs resorts
The possibility of a shortened season on Minnesota's premier walleye fishing lake may lead to a special session of the state Legislature. ...
Is this the beginning of the end for the SAT and ACT?
George Washington University is the latest and one of the largest private universities to drop its admissions testing requirement. ...
Hallberg's Picture of Health: End-of-life talks
Now that Medicare has agreed to cover the clinicians' costs of these in-office talks, there is more incentive for patients and providers to have these discussions. ...
Dayton declares windfall savings in health care bids
Competitive bidding helps save taxpayers $650 million, but two care providers will take a big hit. ...
McCollum: Investigate lion killing
Rep. Betty McCollum said she wants the U.S. Attorney and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to investigate whether a Minnesota dentist violated any laws when he killed Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe. ...
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