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MN Court: Effort to rein in payday loans is constitutional
The Minnesota Supreme Court today upheld the state's payday lending law that curbed high-interest, short-term loans to mostly low-income people who can't stretch a paycheck. ...
Children's Museum breaks ground on expansion project
As part of the project, the museum launched a #PlayMoreMN campaign to promote the importance of play in children's lives. ...
Cause of Mpls. fire that killed 3 children undetermined
A vigil was held for the family Tuesday night in Minneapolis, and another is scheduled for Wednesday night in Robbinsdale. ...
Aug-tober weekend; Implications of Euro’s Joaquin ‘victory’
Our string of nearly perfect days features a showery speed bump overnight tonight into Thursday. After that, yet another glorious weekend brings plenty of sunshine and late August temperatures. ...
Pizza delivery driver stops to rescue man from winter
A 76-year-old man has pretty much given up on life after his house was damaged in a storm and his son was killed on a snowmobile. He now lives in a small camper with no electricity, heat, or running water. So Angela Nguyen, who delivers pizzas, stepped in. ...
Rodney King's place in U.S. history takes center stage
A show at the Penumbra Theatre that's resonating with audiences amid the current discussion on race is getting rave reviews. ...
Electronic music pioneer Kraftwerk to play at Northrop
Concert-goers will be given old-school red and green 3-D glasses so they can fully appreciate the videos that will be shown behind the band. ...
Duluth suicide rescue video illustrates privacy concerns
This video from Duluth that's been circulating for a few days ought to play right into the debate over the privacy concerns of police body camera video, but for some reason it's not. ...
With church splitting over same-sex marriage, pastor quits
Rev. Steve Berntson, a pastor at Messiah Lutheran Church in north Fargo, has quit his job to protest a Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage. ...
'Draft Biden' group launches emotional ad urging VP to run
Vice President Joe Biden is still weighing whether to run for president. But a superPAC is upping the ante with a TV ad set to run around the time of the first Democratic debate Tuesday. ...
Au contraire, Renoir
In the big scheme of things, a debate over whether Renoir was any good isn’t any different than a sportsradio talk show brawl over whether Pete Rose should be in the baseball Hall of Fame, but in the world of fine art, god help you if you question the wisdom of art historians and critics.&hell ...
Daily Digest: New nuclear fears
Some items in the news to consider this Wednesday. ...
Should there be an incentive structure in place for the sale of human organs?
Today we invite the U of M debate team to argue the ethics of selling organs. ...
DNA repair research nets chemistry Nobel for 3 scientists
The work of Tomas Lindahl, Paul Modrich and Aziz Sancar details how cells repair damaged DNA and preserve genes. ...
Warm hats, warm hearts? Giveaway shows newcomers we're actually pretty nice
On Tuesday night at the Minnesota History Center, Jun-Li Wang gave away more than 100 Elmer Fudd-style winter hats in what she hopes will be the first of many Welcome Hat events in Minnesota. ...
Fowles, Lynx pull out tense Game 2 to even WNBA Finals 1-1
Fowles had 21 points and nine rebounds and the Lynx evened the best-of-five WNBA Finals at one game apiece with a 77-71 victory over the Fever on Tuesday night. ...
How a taste for Chinese tea minted America's first millionaires
The history of the tea trade is a fascinating story of wealth, adventure and cultural exchange, but also a tragic one of human suffering and cruelty. ...
$1.3M awarded to St. Paul arts challenge projects
Grant recipients, whose projects range from literature and theater to music and film, will be required to match their Knight Foundation funds dollar for dollar. ...
Is hurting a cop a ‘hate crime’?
The City Council in Red Wing has passed a resolution calling for a change in federal law that would include hurting a police officer as a hate crime, WCCO reports. ...
St. Paul schools not ready to change start times
School officials told the school board Tuesday night that Metro Transit doesn't have the capacity to add enough bus services to make the change work. The school board will make a final decision in November. ...
Protest at MN Marathon
Do you think Black Lives Matter should protest during this Sunday’s Twin Cities Marathon?
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