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In its 30th year, Mpls. march honors the homeless
Holding signs marked with the names and ages of the 158 dead, the marchers walked two miles through Minneapolis. ...
Has ‘Serial’ changed anything?
Serial, the Public Radio version of 'Who shot JR?' (ask your parents), has concluded its first season without us knowing who killed a young high school woman. ...
Possible winter storm developing Christmas week
The latest models runs, and shifts in some larger atmospheric "oscillations" suggest next week's storm could deepen and become a significant snow maker for Minnesota and the Upper Midwest. ...
18-year-old Washington man ID'd in I-694 police chase, shooting
Authorities have confirmed the identity of two men who died Wednesday in a string of incidents that included an apparent killing at a Maple Grove rest stop and a fatal police shooting. ...
Iron Range board creates nonprofit to protect money from legislators
In 2011 the state Legislature voted to take $60 million from the fund to help balance the state's budget. Gov. Dayton vetoed the provision. ...
Judge allows consumers' claims against Target to continue
U.S. District Judge Paul Magnuson ruled that the consumers suing Target over last year's data breach can proceed with most of their claims, based on consumer protection laws. ...
U.S. announces protections for transgender workers
The Justice Department is broadening a civil rights law to include protections for transgender workers, a reversal from how the Bush administration interpreted the measure. ...
Did Sony make the right call by not releasing The Interview?
"We are deeply saddened at this brazen effort to suppress the distribution of a movie, and in the process do damage to our company, our employees, and the American public," Sony said in a statement. "We stand by our filmmakers and their right to free expression and are extremely disappointed by this ...
Sarah Koenig on Serial: 'I think something went wrong with this case'
'Serial' is not only journalism; it is pop culture ubiquity, as no podcast has ever achieved it before. Host Koenig discusses the first season with NPR's Audie Cornish. ...
Minn. utilities, clean energy advocates, work on energy options
The coalition's recommendations to the Legislature would give consumers more choices about how their energy is produced. They also aim to keep energy reliable and affordable. ...
UMN science building to be renamed after Bruininks
The Science Teaching and Student Services building will soon be Robert H. Bruininks Hall. ...
A tribute to Stephen Colbert, a self-proclaimed 'junkie for exhaustion'
After nine years, Stephen Colbert is retiring the character he created for The Colbert Report, the conservative, self-important blowhard who opines about the news and the media. ...
Four Minnesota laws that start Jan. 1
Many laws passed during the 2014 Minnesota legislative session take effect Jan. 1. Here's a look at a few of the more interesting changes. ...
Farm groups say budget vote will block EPA 'overreach' on water
Congress blocked the EPA from adopting a proposed Clean Water Act Rule that would have allowed the agency to regulate areas that held water temporarily, including puddles. ...
Minnesota's volunteers are a generous bunch, but there are fewer of them
The volunteer rate in Minnesota remains higher than other states -- but it is falling. ...
Chamber has minimum wage, transportation on agenda
Testing requirements and changes to MNsure's funding are among the Chamber's priorities, too. ...
Texas plumber’s truck ends up in hands of Syrian rebels
As soon as authorities can figure out how to stop people from leaving the country to fight with Islamic extremists, perhaps they can figure out how to stop trucks people trade in at the car dealership from ending up in the hands of Syrian rebels. ...
Dayton urges swift action on flood aid package
Minnesota's governor intends to ask legislators to OK a relief package related to last summer's severe flooding because an existing disaster-aid account ran dry this week. ...
6 things you should know about Cuban cigars
Soon travelers will be able to bring back $100 worth of the famed cigars. ...
Mayo settles with former executive over stolen secret allegations
Mayo had sued Dr. Franklin Cockerill, alleging he misappropriated trade secrets when he took a leadership position with a Mayo competitor. ...
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