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Reconstruction of U mudslide area begins
Reconstruction of the river bluff under the University of Minnesota's Fairview Medical Center campus is underway, a year after a mudslide swept down the hill and covered part of West River Parkway. ...
Tracking the smoke plume; July heat wave ahead?
Each season in Minnesota has a personality. Winter was kind and gentle. Spring was like a long warm hug. The summer of 2015 may be remembered for smoky skies and vivid sunsets. ...
Child critically ill with brain infection possibly caused by lake amoeba
State officials suspect the child caught the infection after swimming in Lake Minnewaska northwest of the Twin Cities. ...
New York to hold parade for champion U.S. women's soccer team
Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration announced Tuesday that the parade has been scheduled for Friday at 11 a.m. in lower Manhattan. ...
Attorney releases more names of priests accused of sex abuse
The men served in the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate and worked in various parishes and organizations in Minnesota. Five of the men are dead, and the other two men are no longer priests. ...
Hennepin County will fill part of SW light rail budget gap
Hennepin County will dedicate $5 million of environmental funds over the next four years to clean up contaminated sites along the proposed light rail route. ...
MIA breaks attendance record -- again
For the third straight year, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts has broken its attendance record. ...
NewsCut: Minnetonka committee ponders boozy boating
The Lake Minnetonka Conservation District will hold a special meeting on Thursday to review public safety on Lake Minnetonka. There were over 75 911 calls over the Fourth of July weekend. ...
Hellmann: Scientists focusing on how to adapt to climate change
The new director of the University of Minnesota's Institute on the Environment says scientists have shifted their focus on climate change from defending the science to talking about how to adapt. ...
Children's Theatre Company's '20,000 Leagues' aims to be an adventure
In the Children's Theatre's new immersive adaptation of Jules Verne's "20,000 Leagues under the Sea," audience members join a mission to capture the notorious Captain Nemo. ...
Obama administration aims to expand access to solar power
The White House recently pledged that the U.S. would get 20 percent of its total electricity from renewable sources by 2030, about three times what it does now. ...
How air pollution affects your health: A Minnesota allergist explains
Smoke from wildfires still burning in Canada might continue to affect Minnesota's air quality this summer. ...
LAPD says it's investigating Bill Cosby over sexual assault allegations
The LAPD says there is at least one active investigation. Dozens of women have accused Bill Cosby of sexual misconduct; he has never been criminally charged. ...
Guilt stars in latest General Mills ad
General Mills really brings the parental guilt with a release today of a video under the auspices of the Canada unit of its Nature Valley Granola brand that compares the memories of today's oldsters with the ones of young people. ...
Prosecutors argue against release plan for terror suspects
The government said it is not satisfied with the "unique and untested" pretrial release plans proposed by attorneys for Hamza Ahmed, Zacharia Abdurahman and Hanad Musse. ...
MN lawmakers want access to railroad emergency plans
DFL lawmakers and some local government officials are calling on Minnesota railroad officials to make public the emergency plans they recently submitted to the state for dealing with an oil train disaster. ...
Two die as F-16 collides with Cessna in midair close to Charleston, S.C.
The jet was based at Shaw Air Force Base, close to Sumter, S.C., and had been flying close to Joint Base Charleston at the time of the collision. ...
How hospitals are improving heart attack care, survival
In order to continue improving survival and prevention of heart damage, potential heart attack victims need to take action more quickly, heart experts said. ...
Hallberg's Picture of Health: Symptom-free carriers
A new study suggests the increase in whooping cough cases is largely due to a growth in asymptomatic carriers. ...
Right to Marry
The Supreme Court made a historic ruling as they declared same-sex couples have the right to marry in all 50 states. Do you support their ruling?
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