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Double Header: AM downpours, severe afternoon threat
Our morning round of storms dumped torrential rainfall at the rate of nearly 3 inches per hour in the Twin Cities. Flash flooding and ponding of water has messed with the morning commute. ...
Heavy rain tangles morning commute
Storms included high winds, frequent lightning and torrential rains. ...
Man drowned on Lake Vermilion as his boat circled him
The occupants of another boat spotted Richard Dziewit in the water and attempted to rescue him. ...
Politico: Jon Stewart in Oval Office meetings
In his final days as host of the Daily Show, Jon Stewart's reputation as the Walter Cronkite of a younger generation is getting new review. ...
Squeezed by drought, California farmers switch to less thirsty crops
Water scarcity is leading farmers away from planting staples and towards planting higher-value, lower-water specialty crops. Think wine grapes and pomegranates instead of citrus and avocados. ...
Tired of the city? Consider telecommuting from Montana
Greg Gianforte, a successful high-tech entrepreneur, is recruiting -- not for his company, but for telecommuters to move to rural Montana and bring their high-paying jobs with them. ...
The Daily Digest: About that email story…
Some stories for you to read before you start your day. ...
Brothers hope books will help Muslim kids hang onto their identity
Amin and Mohammed Aaser would like their "Noor Kids" books to save youngsters from what they went through in post-9/11 Minnesota. ...
Authorities: 4 dead after small plane crashes in Wisconsin
A statement from the Polk County Sheriff's Office says the department was notified of the crash in the town of Alden just before 5:30 p.m. Monday. ...
The 'shock of confinement': The grim reality of suicide in jail
About 1,000 people die in American jails every year and about a third of those are suicides. Jails often house people who've never been in legal trouble before, and it can have a traumatic effect. ...
Boy Scout leaders end blanket ban on gay adults
The new policy, aimed at easing a controversy that has embroiled the Boy Scouts for years, takes effect immediately. ...
U study: Emissions from fertilizing crops underestimated
Fertilizing crops emits a potent greenhouse gas, and a new University of Minnesota study shows officials have been underestimating those emissions by as much as 40 percent. ...
Muggy Monday, then storms tonight
Some storms could become severe this evening from the Dakotas into western Minnesota and then continue overnight. Strong thunderstorms are likely to reach the metro area late tonight. ...
Zebra mussels found in Becker County's Big Cormorant Lake
State officials say while the numbers are low, the zebra mussels aren't concentrated in one place so treatment isn't an option at the popular northwest Minnesota lake. ...
Suspicious packages briefly close Capitol area
Construction workers were evacuated from the State Capitol, which is undergoing renovation. ...
Major League Soccer gambles on star power of aging foreign players
The question of whether aging stars will benefit MLS in the long-term is just one of many facing an organization working to meet its ambitious goal of being one of the best soccer leagues in the world by 2022. ...
Woman with no arms finds a fan in St. Paul girl
Jessica Cox, 32, was born without arms as a result of a rare birth defect. She's earned a college degree, two martial arts black belts, drives a car and, flies an airplane anyway. ...
Another minimum wage hike comes due in Minnesota
The $1 hourly bump is the second of three stages enacted in 2014. ...
Planning for the future of Isle Royale
A dwindling wolf population, an exploding moose population and a new planning process from the National Park system set the stage for the fate of Isle Royale. ...
Internships for high school students
No longer limited to college students, internships are on the rise with high school students. ...
It is officially fair season! Have you been to a county fair yet this year?
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