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To artist, towering subject matter drives Dylan mural
At work on a five-story painting, the renowned Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra says Bob Dylan is a "very respected" figure in his country. ...
July-like weather heading into September
Expect lots of highs in the 80s and dew points well into the 60s and low 70s through at least Saturday. Low temperatures will remain well above normal, also, as the water vapor in the air decreases the amount of energy that can escape through the atmosphere at night. ...
Black Lives Matter to protest at Gov. Dayton's residence
The group plans to meet outside Gov. Mark Dayton's residence on Tuesday to demand he address social and economic injustice. ...
Police: 1 dead, 1 wounded in Rochester shooting
Rochester, Minn., police say one person is dead and another wounded after a shooting at a mobile home park. ...
Man pleads guilty to stalking The Current's Mary Lucia
Patrick Henry Kelly told a judge on Monday that he understood he had violated restraining orders when he left notes and gifts at Lucia's home. ...
Bees feel the squeeze as cropland consumes habitat
North Dakota and Minnesota researchers studying Midwest bee health and land use say a shifting agricultural landscape is making it harder for bees to find enough food. ...
Video: Making mini-donuts in slow motion
Watching the mini-donut machine at the Minnesota State Fair is strangely mesmerizing, as MPR reporter Tim Post found. ...
Sketch artist takes another crack at Tom Brady
Jane Rosenberg had a better time sketching Tom Brady today, although he still looks guilty. ...
Brady, Goodell don't reach deal. Judge will rule on 'deflategate'
Also, Jane Rosenberg, the sketch artist whose vision of Brady at his first appearance in federal court sparked a flood of commentary, issued a new sketch of the quarterback. ...
Candlelight vigil for overdose deaths in Minneapolis tonight
Organizers hope to draw attention to the thousands of victims who die from drug overdose every year. ...
There’s not much to see in the St. Paul Skyway after the downtown closes around 2 p.m. Today was different, though. Whoever you are, downtown St. Paul Skyway urban guerilla, well played, indeed. ...
Mpls. cops: 2 arrested in robbery of 90-year-old
Two people suspected in the Aug. 5 robbery of a 90-year-old woman near Lake Nokomis have been arrested. They arrests came after police sought the public's help in the case. ...
Four Minneapolis speeches by 2016 Democratic presidential candidates
Hear complete speeches by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, US Sen. Bernie Sanders, former Gov. Martin O'Malley and former Gov. Lincoln Chafee, given August 28, 2015 at the summer meeting of the Democratic National Committee in Minneapolis. ...
Cycling conflict: The rift between some commuter and sport cyclists
A conversation about a divide between sports cyclists and day-to-day bikers or bike commuters. ...
Murder charge added as Minnesota toddler taken off life support
Dante Sears was taken off life support Saturday. His parents said they've donated Dante's organs so he can "be a hero in another child's life." ...
Oliver Sacks: A neurologist at the 'intersection of fact and fable'
Oliver Sacks, who died Sunday, saw "infinitely moving, dramatic, romantic situations" during his decades studying the human brain. ...
Here's why young female athletes need more food
Many girls aren't eating enough to satisfy the physical demands of sports, scientists say, and that's putting them at risk for health problems that can last a lifetime. ...
How U.N. climate change talks are driven by cliques
Delegates from nearly 200 countries are meeting in Bonn, Germany, this week to resume negotiations on a new global agreement to cut greenhouse gas emissions . ...
State blames web portal for driver's license data breach
Driver's license data on 18 residents was accessed after a password-protected portal was inadvertently opened online. ...
Back to school: Why kids sleep patterns are at odds with school start time
High school students who start school later receive better grades and are absent less often, according to a U of M study. A discussion on about the science of sleep. ...
Minnesota State Fair
The Minnesota State Fair kicks off this week in St. Paul. Will you be attending the fair?
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