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How a taste for Chinese tea minted America's first millionaires
The history of the tea trade is a fascinating story of wealth, adventure and cultural exchange, but also a tragic one of human suffering and cruelty. ...
$1.3M awarded to St. Paul arts challenge projects
Grant recipients, whose projects range from literature and theater to music and film, will be required to match their Knight Foundation funds dollar for dollar. ...
Is hurting a cop a ‘hate crime’?
The City Council in Red Wing has passed a resolution calling for a change in federal law that would include hurting a police officer as a hate crime, WCCO reports. ...
St. Paul schools not ready to change start times
School officials told the school board Tuesday night that Metro Transit doesn't have the capacity to add enough bus services to make the change work. The school board will make a final decision in November. ...
Video: Crews pull off breathtaking rescue of Stillwater hiker at Split Rock
Rescuers described the terrain where hiker Lori Mildon fell Monday as slippery, rocky and primitive. ...
Indian Summer weekend: 80 degrees likely Sunday
Minnesotans must have payed it forward in a big way lately. Our incredible run of good weather karma is about to get even better. Fire up the hiking boots, boat, bicycle, golf clubs, and backyard grill. The weather stars are aligning one more time for another glorious Minnesota weekend. Leaf peepers ...
Moorhead man charged with chasing deer until it drowned
Prosecutors charged the man with animal cruelty and chasing a wild animal with a motor vehicle for allegedly chasing a deer with a pontoon boat until it drowned. ...
Polaris recalls 53K off-road vehicles over fuel tank concerns
A possible manufacturing error that could cause fires is prompting Polaris Industries to recall some 2015 RZR 900 and RZR 1000 model vehicles. ...
Unable to gin up business, PedalPub rides out of Rochester
The people-powered, slow-moving beer bar entered the Rochester market in 2013 but never caught on with the city's party crowd. ...
Fall color wagon rides powered by 1,700-pound horses: The side hustle
When the fall leaves turn bright and the mosquitoes die, Andy Branham is out with his massive Percheron horses. ...
A mixtape of Russian history in 'Love and Techno'
Anthony Marra's new book, 'The Tsar of Love and Techno,' is a collection of stories playing out over nearly a century of change in Russia. ...
DNR puts guides, scientist on panel to study Mille Lacs walleye woes
The 17-member panel includes many with a stake in the future of the Mille Lacs fishery. It's expected to recommend changes to grow the lake's shrinking walleye population. ...
Oklahoma removes Ten Commandments monument from the state Capitol
The Ten Commandments monument has been the subject of controversy and debate for years. Back in June, the state Supreme Court decided that the religious display on public property violated the Constitution. ...
Somali candidates challenge Rep. Kahn for DFL nod
Phyllis Kahn, the longest serving member of the Legislature, says the competition isn't surprising. Her challengers say Kahn is ignoring the needs of the district, particularly its growing Somali population. ...
'Aw Jeez': All about the 'Fargo' TV show
Inspired by the Coen brothers' 1996 film, the second season of 'Fargo' kicks off Monday. ...
Autumn arrives on Partridge Ridge
Fall in Minnesota is like a good dog. It's unfair that it doesn't live longer. ...
S.C. flooding: 18 dams breached, and death toll rises
Gov. Nikki Haley toured the disaster zone today, by helicopter. Afterward, she described it as "disturbing." ...
Climate change is not our fault
Humans changed Earth's climate by mistake, says astrophysicist Adam Frank. But not doing everything we can now that we know it's happening -- that would be our fault and our failure as a species. ...
Minnesota organizers to speak at White House labor summit
The two Minnesotans who'll speak lead groups of low-wage workers including fast food employees and janitors, people who typically haven't been represented by organized labor. ...
Richfield officer on leave after video showed him hitting teen
Richfield police say an officer recorded on a Twitter video apparently slapping a teen on the back of the head during a stop has been placed on paid administrative leave. ...
Protest at MN Marathon
Do you think Black Lives Matter should protest during this Sunday’s Twin Cities Marathon?
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