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Powerful quake strikes off Japan; no tsunami warning
A powerful and extremely deep earthquake struck near remote Japanese islands and shook Tokyo on Saturday, but officials said there was no danger of a tsunami. ...
For videographer, a weekend in jail was too high a price
Andrew Henderson wanted video of police failing to buckle their seat belts, and got it. ...
Dick Franson, frequent candidate, dies at 86
Franson ran for Minnesota statewide and local office about 30 different times including secretary of state, U.S. Senate and governor. He was a Minneapolis alderman in the 1960s. ...
OSHA fines restaurant $7,000 in food elevator death
Twenty-one-year-old Brooke Baures died Dec. 1 from severe head trauma after she became trapped in the small elevator at the WingDam Saloon and Grill in Fountain City. ...
Dayton calls latest budget talks disappointing
DFL Gov. Mark Dayton is describing the latest round of private budget negotiations with House Speaker Kurt Daudt, R-Crown, as disappointing and a step backwards. ...
Anthrax accidentally sent to 11 states, 2 countries, Pentagon now says
Deputy Secretary of Defense Bob Work ordered a comprehensive review of the Defense Department's laboratory procedures, processes, and protocols. ...
MCTC students receive clear ticket to Augsburg College
Students at Minneapolis Community and Technical College will be guaranteed admission as juniors to Augsburg College if they maintain a GPA of 2.75 or higher. ...
Aquatennial condensed to one weekend, activities canceled
The Beach Bash, which includes the decades-old tradition of the Milk Carton Boat Races, will be canceled this year. ...
Fifth straight wet May in Minnesota, dry weekend
The 5th consecutive wetter than average May in Minnesota goes into the weather books this weekend. ...
Ramsey County ready to remove two aging landmarks
Ramsey County is poised to tear down a two-block stretch of buildings that date back to 1886: the former headquarters of West Publishing and the old Ramsey County Jail. ...
Photos: A look back at the West Publishing riverfront
As Ramsey County prepares to tear down the former headquarters of West Publishing and the old Ramsey County Jail, it's a good chance to take a look back at photos that illustrate the history of West Publishing, and the St. Paul riverfront. ...
Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht sentenced to life in prison
Prosecutors say Ulbricht enabled more than 1 million drug deals on the site, which, along with other illicit activity, generated more than $214 million in sales. ...
The amazing, shrinking Aquatennial
You hate to see slow, agonizing deaths. A speedy exit is probably the best way to go. ...
Reports: Ex-Speaker Hastert's payments linked to sexual misconduct
Hastert was indicted Thursday in connection with charges that he tried to hide cash withdrawal requirements and lied to the FBI about it. ...
Obscura Day: 5 oddities to visit this weekend
Saturday is Obscura Day, celebrating the world of weird, odd and unique spots worldwide. ...
Federal authorities search Minnesota vegetable farm
The operation was led by the State Department's Bureau of Diplomatic Security, which investigates passport and visa fraud. ...
A library that won't be read for 100 years
A fledgling forest is growing in Norway. In 2114, it will become a library like none other. ...
Former surgeons general renew focus on sexual education
"We need programs and policies where young people are taught very early in schools about healthy sexuality," former Surgeon General Dr. Joycelyn Elders said. ...
Rosabeth Moss Kanter on re-inventing transportation
This panel discussion features a candid conversation about the fate of American's declining infrastructure. ...
Scattered rain today, cooler weekend
Out instant summer preview fades Friday as a cold front slides across Minnesota from the west. Scattered showers and thunderstorms become more numerous in the Twin Cities as Friday progresses. ...
Plastic Bag Ban
Nearly 200 cities in the United States ban the use of plastic bags. Do you think your city should do the same?
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