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Ely firm delivers booze to the ice houses
Behold, the business possibilities of booze in Minnesota! ...
New EPA standards label toxic coal ash non-hazardous
Environmental groups sued the EPA to designate coal as a hazardous waste, which would require strict rules for its care. Instead, the agency will treat it like regular household garbage. ...
Supreme Court clears way for same-sex marriage in Florida
The court rejected a request by Florida's attorney general to maintain a judge's stay that would have kept same-sex couples from marrying in the state. ...
St. Paul doubles estimated costs for street construction near Lowertown ballpark
The city now estimates that sewer and street construction surrounding CHS Field will cost as much as $7 million to complete — more than twice what it originally projected. ...
Astros needed a wrench. NASA e-mailed one
Someday, old-timers will tell the children bouncing on their knee about the days when astronauts needing a tool had to wait until a space ship from Earth had to bring it to them. That day is at hand, apparently. ...
Grand jury clears officers who shot couple on Hwy. 212
A Hennepin County grand jury did not indict the four officers involved in the shooting deaths of a man and a woman in Eden Prairie. ...
Great Lakes wolves ordered returned to endangered list
The order affects wolves in Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service dropped federal protections from those wolves in 2012 and handed over management to the states. ...
St. Louis grand jury heard witnesses who lied, prosecutor says
In an interview about the case Friday, St. Louis County prosecuting attorney Robert McCulloch said he won't seek perjury charges. ...
Mild December 2014: Rain to slop next week?
There seems to be slightly better news for holiday travelers next week. The latest forecast model trends bring a slightly warmer system in Monday. That could be enough to keep precipitation mostly as rain Monday, with a change to wet sloppy snow showers Monday night into Tuesday into Christmas Eve o ...
Good wine that won't bust your budget
Tips on avoiding bad wine during this holiday season. ...
Obama's year-end address: No quick end to embargo on Cuba
On another subject of what the U.S. sees as foreign wrongdoing, Obama said he felt Sony "made a mistake" in shelving the satirical film about a plot to assassinate North Korea's leader. ...
Obama’s finest news conference?
That might have been the best news conference in the administration of President Barack Obama, who has been far too reclusive in his years in office when it comes to answering questions from the media. ...
Northstar rail line to offer refunds for late trains in January
The program launches Jan. 1, but commuters can sign up for the program on Metro Transit's website right away. ...
MNsure extends enrollment deadline to Dec. 31
Even with this second extension, MNsure is strongly urging Minnesotans not to wait until the last minute. ...
Police say teenager killed on I-694 charged officers with knife
Authorities also identified the two officers who shot Johnathon Dean Mar, 18, of Kennewick, Wash., following the discovery of a dead man at a rest stop and a high-speed pursuit. ...
Love in Rice Park
How do you know it's true love? When your proposal isn't on a scoreboard, doesn't involve a marching band, and YouTube. ...
Vikings upgrade to LED lights in new stadium
The LED lights are expected to save money and energy, as well as provide better illumination for television broadcasts. ...
FBI formally accuses North Korea in Sony hacking
In a statement, the FBI said it was "deeply concerned" about the "destructive nature of this attack on a private sector entity." ...
Obama to hold year-end news conference
President Barack Obama is holding his annual end-of-the-year news conference. ...
A look at Obama's year-end news conference: Cuba, North Korea and Russia
The president ends 2014 on an upbeat note. In the weeks since the election, he's wielded his executive powers on immigration, climate change, and U.S. policy toward Cuba. ...
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