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Muggy with occasional rumbles
Our weekend will feature tropical humidity levels, with dewpoints in the 70s. Highs in the 80s will give us heat index values in the 90s over much of Minnesota and Wisconsin. A few scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible Friday night and Saturday. Showers and thunderstorms are expected to ...
Hennepin County sees rise in violent crime
The number of homicides is up by 37 percent for the first six months of this year over the same period last year. Hennepin Sheriff Rich Stanek says there's no one explanation for the rise in crime. ...
Lawmakers won't fight fines for 'making out' in park
Two Minnesota lawmakers ticketed for "making out" in a public park had accused the park ranger of lying and vowed to fight. The pair now say they won't fight the citations. ...
Faces of the fair: Sean Emery, juggler
"I'm basically an ex-circus clown," Sean Emery Said. "One of the finest entertainers in the Midwest -- not the whole world -- just the Midwest." ...
Faces of the fair: Down the Rabbit Hole
The Rabbit Hole is serving up modern twists on traditional Korean food at the fairgrounds. This is the first year the Rabbit Hole's owner, Thomas Kim, has made the trek to the fair. ...
Hungary sending buses to take migrants to border
Hungary says it will send a fleet of buses to a main train station in Budapest and to a highway heading to Vienna after hundreds of migrants decided to stop waiting for permission to get on trains and set off for Austria on foot. ...
College initiative aims to keep oil workers in North Dakota
The idea is to help oil patch workers earn college degrees now that low crude prices have put many of them in limbo. ...
Weekend Twin Cities traffic woes mix in a little hope, cheaper gas
Twin Cities drivers will find assorted hassles on the roads this Labor Day weekend, but gas is cheaper and there's good news for those driving Minnesota 5. Here's your weekend map. ...
U of M's top IT official resigns
The U will launch a national search to replace CIO Scott Studham. ...
NYC teacher arrested after U.S. Open drone crash
26-year-old Daniel Verley has been charged with "reckless endangerment and operating a drone in a New York City public park outside of prescribed area." ...
MnDOT closing I-94 west in St. Paul Sept. 11-14
Thought Labor Day marked the end of road construction season? MnDOT says it will need to close Interstate 94 westbound at Interstate 35E for several days to replace a bridge deck. ...
Science Museum ends legal fight over leaky building
The museum will focus on securing $26 million in state and private money for repairs to the 15-year-old building. ...
When pets do pot: A high that's not so mighty
The rise of legal marijuana seems to be fueling a spike in the number of pets that become unhappily high off of pilfered treats. The dose is rarely fatal, but it can be a buzzkill. ...
Gerson grabs CD2 spotlight as others weigh options
Second District Republican candidate David Gerson is inviting supporters of retiring GOP Congressman John Kline to now join his campaign. ...
Warm and humid air mass spawning some thundershowers
Scattered late afternoon and evening thundershowers close to the Twin Cities metro area are possible. Thunderstorms are most likely later in the day on Saturday and Sunday. ...
Gary Eichten hosts Sen. Amy Klobuchar at the State Fair
Longtime MPR host Gary Eichten hosts US Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) on "MPR Day" in Carousel Park at the Minnesota State Fair. She talked about her new memoir, "The Senator Next Door," and answered questions about the major issues of the day. ...
Mpls. cops need public's help finding men in Uptown attack
Minneapolis police are still looking for two men suspected of choking and strangling a woman to the point of unconsciousness in Uptown last weekend. ...
NewsCut: The best/worst job you ever had
What we do we do for a reason. What's yours? What's the best job you ever had? What was the worst? We'll talk about it on the radio Monday morning, but share a story now. ...
Ex-Cottage Grove council member cleared of domestic assault
A judge found insufficient evidence that Derrick Lehrke inflicted bodily harm on his wife but said his actions did cause her to become alarmed and angry. ...
Why are we drawn to heirloom fruits and veggies? They're 'Edible Memory'
Heirloom foods have grown in popularity, making their way into gardens, farms, farmers markets and restaurants. A sociologist says they offer a powerful emotional and physical connection to the past. ...
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