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New Ordway hall throws open its doors this weekend
A gala concert and an open house launch a month of celebrations for the new Ordway Concert Hall in St. Paul. ...
Congress tries 1-week bill to keep Homeland Security open
This battle has been brewing in Congress for months, since President Obama issued a series of executive actions giving legal status to millions of undocumented immigrants. ...
To the high school athletes who get it right
A Texas 'school's' basketball team didn't have any fans to watch its game. So their opponents gave them theirs. ...
Outreach teams watch over homeless out in the cold
A few homeless programs in the Twin Cities offer outreach services. They seek homeless men and women who resist shelters for various reasons and who may have trouble surviving the brutally cold winter months. ...
Edge of snow Tuesday, 40 by Friday?
Meteorological spring arrives Sunday March 1. Can true spring be far behind? ...
What should be done with the state budget surplus?
A new forecast released Friday shows Gov. Mark Dayton and the Minnesota Legislature will have even more money to work with as they set the state budget for the next two years. ...
36K apply for 2,000 spots on metro-wide Section 8 wait list
The Metropolitan Council opened the Section 8 waiting list earlier this week for the first time in eight years. ...
Kline ed bill stalls amid arrows from all sides
Conservative opposition and the fight over Homeland Security funding appear to have put the bill to replace the No Child Left Behind law on ice for now. ...
PoliGraph: MN Action Network flier omits key details
The Minnesota Action Network's fliers about commissioner and legislator pay raises don't tell the whole story. ...
Literary classics go graphic
How do Shakespeare and Dostoevksy look as graphic novels? ...
PoliGraph: Runbeck budget claim out of context
A comparison between Minnesota and Illinois budget proposals misses the mark. ...
Bill Cosby asks judge to dismiss 3 accusers' defamation suit
The women, all of whom have stepped forward in recent years, say Cosby's representatives publicly branded them as liars while trying to defend Cosby's innocence. ...
Mpls. park board ends fight over Southwest light rail
The park board will go along with plans for a train bridge crossing the channel between Cedar Lake and Lake of the Isles. The project still faces another legal hurdle. ...
Leonard Nimoy, world-famous as Mr. Spock on 'Star Trek,' dies
Nimoy's son, Adam, says the actor died Friday morning in Los Angeles of end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. ...
340 miles of roads in northern, western MN get speed limit boost
Stretches of two-lane highways including U.S. 212 and MN 23 will jump from 55 mph to 60 mph over the next few weeks. Other roads could see similar boosts soon. ...
Comcast to pay St. Paul $200K to settle contract claims
Comcast disputed the city's allegations but agreed to the settlement as part of a larger deal that lets it provide cable TV service in St. Paul for another 10 years. ...
Surplus grows to $1.869 billion
State budget officials said Friday that the surplus has grown by $832 million in large part because of higher revenues and lower than expected spending. ...
9 people found dead in southern Missouri
Police say a gunman is among the dead, following a series of shootings in multiple locations Thursday night. ...
So long, winter!
Today is the last workday of winter. ...
House not quite ready to 'suck it up' over Homeland Security funding
The department runs out of money at midnight Friday. ...
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