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Chemical contaminant found in New Brighton groundwater
Recent groundwater testing revealed that a chemical from the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant in Arden Hills is present in the Prairie du Chien aquifer. ...
Scientists: Isle Royale gray wolf population drops to 3
The moose population has risen to 1,250 as the number of wolves to prey on them has plummeted. ...
Robbinsdale woman shot by police charged with assault; family questions cops
The family of a woman shot and wounded Thursday night by Robbinsdale police acknowledged she had a knife but said she wasn't threatening officers. ...
Man charged in fisherman's fatal stabbing in Wisconsin
An argument between fishermen led to homicide charges against a Cambridge, Minn. teen Friday. But exactly what happened that night and why 34-year-old Peter Kelly of Wisconsin was stabbed to death is still a question. ...
5 things to watch out for when buying Wild tickets
With the Wild heading into the playoffs, ticket scammers are heading into the streets. Beware. ...
More Highway 100 headaches this weekend, next week
This weekend: A two mile stretch of the highway, between Interstate 394 and Highway 62, will be closed to traffic. ...
Acclaimed author Louise Erdrich creates interactive exhibit
In "Asynchronous Reading," at Bockley Gallery in Minneapolis, author Louise Erdrich showcases sculpture, paintings and audio recordings. The show is curated by her sister, poet Heid Erdrich. ...
Weekend soaker; 2015 warmest on record globally so far
Saturday night and Sunday look just plain wet, as much needed April showers and a few embedded thunderstorms roll through. We can't rule out a few renegade snow flakes around Minnesota next week. ...
Solving the vinyl comeback's big problem, one antique machine at a time
There are very few functioning record presses and nobody is making new ones. ...
Insider squabbles at Vikes' stadium board spill into public view
Halfway through the construction of the new Vikings stadium, infighting is threatening the panel charged with building it. A routine meeting Friday turned heated. ...
Revised HHS budget banks bigger cuts
Health and Human Services funding bill is revised to show less savings from Minnesota Care, but more savings from verifying public program enrollees are eligible. ...
Online mob sends country star scurrying for cover
A civil war in the country music world this week is highlighting what happens when people aren't interested in things like facts and details. ...
Feds order oil trains to slow down through cities
Friday's emergency order comes as federal and state lawmakers pressure the Obama administration to do more to ensure the safety of crude oil trains from North Dakota's Bakken fields. ...
Ex-Community Action Mpls. workers claim age discrimination
Six former employees say they were fired and replaced with younger workers at Community Action of Minneapolis, which was shut down last fall following a scathing state audit. ...
TV's 'Sabado Gigante' will cease production this fall, ending record run
Univision says it will stop making the legendarily unpredictable variety show Sabado Gigante in September, ending a run that began in 1962. ...
Mercury probe set for crash-landing on April 30
Messenger, the space probe that discovered water on Mercury and has been circling the planet for four years, will take a swan dive in hopes of discovering more. ...
Moving Target: The evolution of the designer collaboration
Target's latest limited edition designer collaboration, Lilly Pulitzer for Target, hits shelves this Sunday. ...
DNR asks turkey hunters to submit birds for flu testing
The request to test wild turkeys comes as state officials struggle to contain an avian flu outbreak at turkey farms. ...
Top hospital ratings prove scarce in Medicare's latest tally
Only 7 percent of the nation's hospitals assessed by Medicare were good enough to win 5-star ratings. Mayo's flagship hospital in Rochester, Minn., received four stars. ...
1000 Words: The hero
We could stare for hours at the faces in Pioneer Press reporter Fred Melo's tweet/photo from Mayor Chris Coleman's State of the City speech last night. ...
In the United States the average family will spend $919 on prom - down six percent from last year. Do you think this is too much, too little or just right?
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