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To reduce bias, some police departments are rethinking traffic stops
In Hamden, Conn., minority drivers were pulled over more often than whites for defective equipment, such as broken taillights. So the police changed their strategy. ...
At least 15 killed, dozens injured in knifing near Tokyo
Japan's national broadcaster NHK reports that 15 people were killed and 45 injured in a knife attack Tuesday at a facility for the handicapped in Sagamihara, just outside Tokyo. ...
Union says Twin Cities developers are trying to cut corners on materials
Construction trade union officials say several projects are using lower cost lumber that failed a fire protection certification. ...
Extreme weather rages on the coasts, MSP Doppler sees wind farms
Extreme weather rages on the coasts. ...
Canadian oil spill threatens drinking water
An oil slick has forced the city of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, to shut down its water treatment plant, after a pipeline dumped tens of thousands of gallons into the North Saskatchewan River. ...
In a Minnesota classroom, teens talk through summer of pain
Processing the spate of recent violence can be especially hard for young people. But in one Minnesota summer school program, teachers and students are taking on the headlines and the big issues behind them. ...
Sanders backers vow to continue ‘revolution’ in Minn.
On the day Bernie Sanders addresses the Democratic National Convention, his Minnesota delegates are feeling burned by the party’s fresh problems with leadership and leaked emails. ...
No, seriously, read 'The Girls'
The much-hyped summer book by debut novelist Emma Cline is a deep psychological dive into the head of a teenage girl caught up in a Manson family-like cult. ...
Minnesota Sanders backer: ‘Bernie was my guy’
Heather Adams did several door-knocking tours for Bernie Sanders in Iowa in January. Now at the DNC convention, she says she may back Hillary Clinton but not nearly with the same passion. ...
The beautiful sounds of Cuba
Meet two brothers who travel around the world and the souvenirs they gather: what they carry back, is sound. ...
This mall bought a bookstore to keep it open
The Village Bookstore has been a draw at a Grand Rapids, Minn., mall for more than three decades. The mall intends to keep it that way. ...
What Sgt. Petry can teach Minnesota’s kids
In the relatively short time I had to spend with Sgt. Leroy Petry on Monday, he didn't try to recruit me into the military, he didn't glorify war, and he didn't tell me what politician I should vote for to be considered properly 'patriotic.' ...
Running delegate from Minnesota arrives for convention
Michael Gibino, a Bernie Sanders delegate from St. Paul, completed his month-long run to the Democratic National Convention. ...
State's mental health task force looks to improve services
We wrap up our week of mental health conversations with a look at what the state plans to do on this issue. Tom Weber talks with Emily Johnson Piper, Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Human Services, who is leading that task force. ...
Problems after using hair conditioner prompt an FDA warning
After more than 100 consumers complained about symptoms like itchiness and balding, the FDA says hair conditioner is a potential culprit. But doctors warn against jumping to conclusions. ...
Wild agree to 1-year contract with center Jordan Schroeder
The Minnesota Wild have agreed to a one-year contract with center Jordan Schroeder. ...
Unemployment disparities and how it shapes policy
Unemployment reached 4.9 percent in June, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Two economists shared their views on what unemployment means for the US politically and ...
Divided America: Clinton highlights lack of women in office
Though women are more than half of the American population, they now account for just a fifth of all U.S. representatives and senators, and one in four state lawmakers. ...
DNR to stock muskie in Gull, Fairmont lake chains
The muskellunge are being stocked as part of a plan to create new opportunities for muskie anglers around the state. ...
Rybak says the sooner Dems break with party chair, the better
"I'm not happy she is making it more complicated than it needs to be," former Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak said of the Democratic Party national chairwoman's impending exit following the leak of internal emails. ...
Did the Republican National Convention make you more confident or less confident that Donald Trump would make a good president?
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