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Rain develops Thursday, 1″ to 2″+ possible south
April showers are pushing the season in Minnesota this year. A storm system taking shape in the Desert Southwest pools near Denver overnight and moves into the Plains Thursday. The slow moving low sends waves of rain into Minnesota Thursday and Friday. Model convergence? Forecast models have converg ...
$1.3B tax cut plan would have fewer seniors paying Social Security fees
With the latest economic forecast projecting a budget surplus of $1.65 billion, Republican House tax chair Greg Davids of Preston said it's time to provide Minnesotans some long overdue tax relief. ...
Spying claim by Intel chair renews fight over Russia probe
Private communications of Donald Trump and his presidential transition team may have been scooped up by American intelligence officials monitoring other targets and improperly distributed throughout spy agencies, the chairman of the House intelligence committee said. ...
Republicans still want buffer law changes, but Dayton won't bend
A political confrontation is shaping up over the Minnesota designed to improve water quality on farmlands. ...
Ex-pharmacy exec convicted in deadly meningitis outbreak
The former head of a Massachusetts pharmacy was acquitted Wednesday of murder allegations but convicted of racketeering and other crimes in a meningitis outbreak that was traced to fungus-contaminated drugs and killed 64 people across the country. ...
Champlin player gets to live every kid’s last-second dream
The only way today's state basketball tournament quarterfinal between Chaska and Champlin could have been any better is if Chaska had won. ...
Local nonprofit raising funds for impending famine in Somalia
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres is warning the world that Somalia, Sudan and the Horn of Africa region are on the verge of dire famine conditions, and a local group is trying to help. ...
New idea shakes up dinosaur family tree for T. Rex and pals
Scientists who took a deeper look at dinosaur fossils suggest a different evolutionary history for dinosaurs, moving theropods such as T. Rex to a new branch of the family tree. ...
The Supreme Court rules in favor of a special education student
In a case involving a Colorado school district, the high court finds that schools must ensure students make more than minimal progress. ...
A memoir of deprivation, rain and penguins
Nell Stevens retreated to a remote corner of the Falkland Islands in an attempt to write a novel. She came away with something better. ...
Duluth, where the big ships help us measure time
The vernal equinox came officially on Monday. But, really, Wednesday was Duluth's first day of spring. The first laker of the season left port. ...
Anti-terrorism officers heighten nervousness on light rail
Why would anyone think it was a raid? Because the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has Minneapolis and Hennepin County in its sights. ...
GOP leaders boost pressure as health bill crunch time nears
A senior administration official said that 20 to 25 House Republicans remained opposed or undecided. That's a grave figure since united Democratic opposition means the measure crashes if 22 GOP lawmakers vote "no." ...
Dayton demands answers from health insurers
Prior to signing a still-in-the-works reinsurance package, Dayton says he needs answers from insurance companies that stand to benefit. ...
Dakota Access pipeline vandalism highlights sabotage risks
The developer of the Dakota Access pipeline has reported "recent coordinated physical attacks" on the much-protested line, just as it's almost ready to carry oil. ...
Germany deports native-born terrorism suspects, in a first
The two men were born in Germany but don't have citizenship; their families are from Algeria and Nigeria. German officials say it's the first time the government is taking such a step. ...
Born in Minnesota, is the end finally near for Sears?
I hadn't been to a Sears in years before going there a few months ago; I spent $5. That one sentence explains today's news that Sears may finally be close to the end, for real. ...
Viral video imagines Elmo getting fired over PBS budget cuts
The video shows an unseen man delivering the news to Elmo in a nondescript room. Elmo doesn't take the news well, complaining that he's worked at "Sesame Street" for 32 years. ...
4 dead in vehicle, knife attack near British Parliament
The head of counterterrorism at London's Metropolitan Police, says four people have died in the terror incident in London, including an attacker and a police officer. ...
Google Maps already tracks you; now other people can, too
Google has set up the controls so individuals can decide with whom they want to share their whereabouts and for how long -- anywhere from a few minutes to indefinitely. ...
Which No. 1 seed will advance the deepest in the NCAA tournament?
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