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41 indicted in drug trafficking ring on 2 Indian reservations
Authorities say the ring distributed drugs including heroin, methamphetamines, oxycodone and others in and around the Red Lake and White Earth Indian reservations starting in April 2014. ...
La Crosse: The town that knows how to die
La Crosse, the city described by Planet Money last year as “the town that loves death”, is getting Vox’s attention today for the same reason: Most people there have a plan for dying. For several decades, planning for death has been part of the health care regimen in La Crosse, not ...
Rethinking the value of polls
We don't do polls at this news organization anymore and with good reason -- you can't trust them and news organizations are risking a lot when they put that trust in the hands of third-party pollsters to issue polls under their brand. ...
Bugs: Not what's for dinner -- until they're tastier, maybe
A U.K. researcher says chefs and policymakers must "make insect dishes appeal as food, not just a way to save the planet." ...
Shades of summer today, rain overnight
Meteorological summer starts Monday, June 1. Somebody tell the weather maps. They're off and running on another July like day with temps in the 80s once again. ...
Minneapolis police shoot, wound suspected carjacker
Department spokesperson John Elder said the suspect's injuries are not life-threatening. Two suspects were arrested. Police also recovered a handgun at the scene. ...
2 new seasons of 'Serial' coming, beginning this fall
In an email sent to "Serial" newsletter subscribers, producers said they hope to launch Season Two this fall and Season Three next spring. ...
George Pataki anounces 2016 presidential bid
The former New York governor announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination in a video on Thursday. ...
The Daily Digest: GOP, DFL both vexing Dayton
Your daily dose of political news from Minnesota and Washington. ...
Live anthrax mistakenly sent to 9 states, U.S. military base
The Pentagon has advised four civilian workers to get preventive care; more than 20 military personnel are also being monitored for exposure to the potentially deadly disease. ...
Duluth to crack down on homeowner rentals
The law is having a hard time keeping up with technology-fueled entrepreneurs, but Duluth is giving it a go with a potential crackdown on homeowners who rent out their property to tourists via sites such as VRBO and AirBnB. ...
Book briefs: David Foster Wallace film coming this July
The beloved author of "Infinite Jest" will be portrayed by Jason Segel in a new film. ...
Scientists discover evidence of a 435,000-year-old murder
The study doesn't just show evidence of a murder hundreds of thousands of years old; it also points toward early use of a primitive cemetery. ...
Analysis finds minorities arrested at a higher rate than whites in Mpls.
A new analysis confirms that people of color are stopped for low-level offenses at much higher rates. ...
Met Council approves $6 million bridge to Vikings stadium
The Bridge would allow visitors to safely cross the light rail tracks in front of the stadium. But some Met Council members objected to its public cost. ...
For Dayton, Democrats as big a hurdle as Republicans
Dayton needs to negotiate the differences between Democrats who disagree on big issues in the bills he vetoed. They expose an urban-rural divide in his party. ...
Taste of summer, rain returns Thursday night
Our collective summer weather daydream continues one more day before the rains return. ...
Detailed plans for new downtown park unveiled
The design for the new Minneapolis city park in front of the Vikings stadium includes a shallow reflecting pool, gardens, children's play areas, a cafe and a "great lawn" that could accommodate up to 7,000 people. ...
Duluth waterfront project expected to boost port's global reach
The $17.7 million project will replace corroded sheet piling and wooden dock walls. Crews also will add a new dock and rail and road connections. ...
Republicans stake a claim on early ed
Republicans in the Minnesota House entered budget talks with Gov. Mark Dayton Wednesday armed with support from a leading advocate for early childhood education. ...
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