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Amid traditional industry, Maurices builds fashion success in Duluth
Maurices, a growing retailer of women's fashion is cementing its presence in Duluth, Minnesota's capitol of fleece and flannel, with an $80 million new headquarters. ...
Heavy rain, flash flood potential Monday morning
A slow moving frontal boundary is triggering thunderstorms with heavy to torrential downpours over the Twin Cities this Monday morning. ...
U.S. women win World Cup Final 5-2, after spectacular start
The United States has won its third Women's World Cup title and first since 1999 with a 5-2 victory over Japan on Sunday behind a first-half hat trick by Carli Lloyd. ...
Firefighter suspended for flying Confederate flag in parade
A Minnesota volunteer firefighter says he's been suspended for flying a confederate flag from an engine during a holiday parade, and that he expects to be asked to resign. ...
Drunken boating suspected in death of woman on Cass Lake
Drunken boating may have been a factor in the death of an Eden Prairie woman who was thrown from a boat on Cass Lake in northern Minnesota. ...
Multiple early morning shootings in Mpls
Minneapolis police are investigating three shootings that wounded eight people early Sunday morning. ...
Greeks say 'no more' to austerity
Leaders of Germany, France call for an EU summit on Tuesday to discuss Greek financial crisis. ...
Storms expected to hammer the upper Midwest today and tonight
Thunderstorms have already blossomed this morning in northwest Minnesota where a Severe Thunderstorm Watch has bee posted by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Storm Prediction Center until 6 p.m. CDT. The late morning satellite image is depicting the high tops of the thun ...
Rare Blanding's turtle could go on federal endangered list
The sand dunes, marshes and backwaters of the upper Mississippi River hold one of the largest remaining populations of the Blanding's turtle, which the DNR already classifies as threatened. ...
This is what the oldest playable harpsichord sounds like
The Historical Keyboard Society of North America just met at the University of South Dakota. The gathering featured a harpsichord used in the mid-1500s by the elites of Italy. ...
China takes steps to halt plunge in stock markets
Some analyst estimate the total margin lending in the world's second-largest economy is $645 billion. ...
When America's librarians went to war
How did librarians fit into national security in the 20th century? In an array of ways, says Cara Bertram, an archivist for the American Library Association. Libraries were established at hospitals and military bases. ...
Southern MN fire department takes a stand for the Confederacy
The man who drove a fire truck festooned with the Confederate flag at a parade in Albert Lea has defended his display in a common manner. ...
U.S. Women head into World Cup Final with dominant defense
It's here. It's today. It's the game the United States Women's National Soccer Team has dreamed about for four years. A return to the final of the World Cup. ...
Coping while black: A season of traumatic news takes a psychological toll
Research on the psychological effects of racism, especially on people of color, is still in the early stages. But psychologists warn that events like the Charleston shooting can cause serious stress. ...
For Poland's gay community, a shift in public attitudes, if not laws
Poland does not allow gay marriage or same-sex unions, and is unlikely to amend these laws anytime soon. But the city of Gdansk elected an openly gay mayor and has hosted its first gay pride march. ...
How the battle over Elian Gonzalez helped change U.S. Cuba policy
A pivotal international custody dispute over a 5-year-old boy unfolded 15 years ago, and helped pave the way to normalizing U.S. relations with Cuba. ...
Checking mammoth DNA against elephants hints at how they got hairy
A clump of a mammoth's fur bought on eBay led scientists to a long list of ways the extinct species was special. One specific gene likely played a role in helping mammoths thrive in icy weather. ...
Photos: Minnesota fans cheer World Cup victory
Soccer fans gathered around the Twin Cities to cheer as the U.S. women won the World Cup. ...
What happened to British loyalists after the Revolutionary War?
It's estimated that between 15 and 20 percent of the population back then still remained loyal to the British Crown. Naturally, they weren't so thrilled by the climactic British surrender at the Battle of Yorktown in 1781. ...
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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