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Commerce Department seeks $245,000 from non-profit
A Department audit of Community Action of Minneapolis found misspending. Meanwhile, a Legislative Auditor's review found the Commerce Department acted appropriately in its oversight of the nonprofit. ...
Police looking for homeless man in Quetico wilds
People who saw the man on Monday said he appeared to lack any means of travel. ...
Transit Police Chief Harrington pays visit to Somalia
The visit is part of an effort to establish ties between Somali and Minnesota law enforcement. ...
Activists say Mpls. cops used excessive force during arrest
An activist group claims Minneapolis police officers needlessly pepper sprayed its members Wednesday night in north Minneapolis. Police say a hostile crowd formed around the officers. ...
Archaeologists want help digging up St. Paul's past
University of Minnesota graduate students are hoping to unearth details of the city's immigrant past, long buried in Swede Hollow, along a creek east of downtown. ...
Who is Cecil? And the big business of big game
The practice of big game hunting on the African continent is not new. Many African countries have battled to preserve and conserve endangered animals. ...
The power of art to heal grief
When Joseph Luzzi lost his wife, he had to plot a path out of grief. He used Dante's "Divine Comedy" as a road map. ...
Should obscenities be allowed on radio?
The Washington Post (via NPR) has lifted the curtain on a debate underway within NPR on whether obscenities should be allowed on public radio. Honk if you thought Nina Totenberg would be one of the NPR reporters most likely to push back against an edict that they be bleeped. ...
Test scores prompt state lawmakers to plan hearings
The education committee chairs in the Minnesota House and Senate are planning to hold hearings on the state’s persistent achievement gap in schools, which was again highlighted in the latest round of statewide testing. ...
New retail and restaurants for travelers at the growing Minneapolis-St. Paul airport
Metropolitan Airports Commission head talks with Tom Weber about all things airport - terminal expansions, food, wages, airplane noise, and the future of the airport. ...
Statewide testing shows little change in student scores
Minnesota students showed little change from last year in the latest round of statewide reading, math and science test results. ...
Climate Cast: Why presidential candidates often ignore climate issues
Why climate issues rarely come up in presidential campaigns and how some specific issues can get in the way of a more substantial debate over the climate. ...
Alec Soth finds humanity in social media, fleeting images
Internationally-known photographer Alec Soth began two recent projects with pictures. But the St. Paul-based artist ended up with something else. ...
Ernest Hemingway, lion hunter
In the wake of Cecil the lion's death, Ernest Hemingway's stories about hunting in Africa gain new relevance. ...
The hidden prices of health care leaves everyone in the dark
Prices for health care services are seldom available to patients adding hidden costs to even savvy consumers. ...
In a high-crime area, Mpls. cops fight crime and perceptions
Some black residents of north Minneapolis appreciate the extra attention their area gets from police. Others deeply resent it. ...
Can ‘buzz’ find happiness in the world of ‘vroom’?
Here's a question for motorcycle fans: How much of your love of motorcycles depends on the combustion engine? ...
Friday’s blue moon is last until 2018
This could be the best weather of the summer. Next week hints at a cooler Canadian air mass. A taste of September as we turn the corner into August? ...
Poaching and Terrorism: The Race to Protect Wildlife and National Security
From America Abroad: "Poaching and Terrorism: The Race to Protect Wildlife and National Security." A documentary about the illegal killing of large animals in Africa. Wildlife trafficking is a national security issue, too, because billions of dollars are making their way to terror groups and organi ...
Judge won't extend deadline for archdiocese bankruptcy claims
A judge on Thursday rejected abuse victims' request to extend a deadline for bankruptcy court claims against the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. The deadline remains Monday. ...
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