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Civil lawsuit filed against Children's Theatre Company
Two people who say they were sexually abused years ago by former employees of the Children's Theatre Company in Minneapolis are filing a civil lawsuit. ...
U of M football disarray costs it a 4-star recruit
The University of Minnesota football program can never seem to get out of its own way. ...
Snow in Chanhassen triggers all-Prince playlist online
To celebrate the first measurable snow of the season, our friends at the Current will switch their Local Current streaming service to an all-Prince format starting at 10 a.m. Tuesday. ...
Delegation from Macalester in Paris for climate talks
Environmental studies professor Roopali Phadke is there this week with 10 of her students. ...
Obama on climate change: 'I actually think we're going to solve this thing'
At a news conference in Paris, Obama said that climate change is probably the hardest kind of problem for politicians to solve, yet despite the hurdles, he's optimistic. ...
With weather hype, we’re in mid-season form
The snowstorm that didn't live up to expectations wasn't a lot of fun for a few hours yesterday, but do you feel 'pummeled' by it? ...
System winds down, 40 again by Saturday
Mild bias returns later this week. ...
Ellison loses influence on police shooting protest
Ellison and other officials tried the declare-victory-and-go-home strategy to get Black Lives Matter protesters to end their 4th Precinct demonstration. It didn't work. ...
Daily Digest: Criminal charges and a call to disperse
Some items in the news this Tuesday morning. ...
Poultry exhibits cleared to return to Minnesota fairs
Minnesota is ending its more than six-month ban on poultry exhibits and bird shows. ...
As big food feels threat of climate change, companies speak up
A warming climate is likely to disrupt global food production, which has Big Food companies worried. Some, like Mars, are becoming increasingly vocal advocates for action on greenhouse gas emissions. ...
What are the consequences of governmental transparency?
As American's distrust in government increases, so does the call for political transparency. But should transparency be considered a universal ideal? ...
Love it or hate it, #GivingTuesday has become 'a thing'
Ho ho ho, you've shopped till you've dropped a bundle. Now along comes #GivingTuesday. Is this the best way to encourage charity in the holiday season? ...
Amazon offers glimpse of delivery-by-drone future
A new video shows a drone being loaded with a small package on a warehouse conveyor line. It then floats through a suburban neighborhood to a house. ...
Men charged in 4th Precinct protest shooting due in court
Prosecutors hope to bolster their case with video allegedly recorded by the suspects. ...
To its arts info labels, Mia adds a little human interest
Curators find that patrons want to know an artist's story, not just the dates. ...
Plight of laid-off steelworkers looms large at fundraiser
The economic woes of Minnesota’s Iron Range were front and center Monday during an annual fundraising event in St. Paul. But a Republican leader said aid for some laid-off steelworkers could wait until legislators return in March. ...
Chicago officer charged with murdering teen posts bond, leaves jail
A Cook County judge set bail at $1.5 million and Van Dyke posted the required $150,000. ...
Photos: Protest goes on in spite of city leaders plea
City and community leaders from north Minneapolis asked demonstrators to pack it up, but protesters say they're not leaving until their demands are met. ...
Snowy mix winds down Tuesday
Our first significant winter storm ranges from icy to snow covered to just plain sloppy depending on where you live in Minnesota. A fairly 'warm' winter type low pressure system spinning into the Upper Midwest continues to produce sporadic snow bursts and mixed wintry precipitation overnight ...
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