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Mosquitoes: A summer survival guide
Minnesotans know: A beautiful summer day can suddenly turn treacherous at dusk. That's when the mosquitoes come out in force. ...
Duluth library's seed-sharing program restocked
Gov. Mark Dayton has signed a law that exempts seed libraries and individuals from rules that require seeds to be tested and labeled before they are sold or given away. ...
Minnesota terror suspect deemed flight risk, held for trial
Abdirahman Daud is accused of trying to fight for ISIS in Syria. His lawyer talked in court about the long history of Americans going overseas to fight for causes. ...
Philanthropist, MPR board member dies
Elise Donohue was a longtime fan of classical music and public radio. ...
To save moose, coalition spends millions on habitat
Government agencies, tribes and nonprofit groups are spending millions to plant trees and restore forests in northeast Minnesota so moose will have the food and shelter they need to survive. ...
Mixed weekend; 4 years since north Minneapolis tornado
Low pressure rides north sending waves of showers and a few thunderstorms into Minnesota this weekend. ...
Minnesotan's anti-Obama tweets attract Secret Service attention
The president's new Twitter account drew lots of attention, not all of it supportive. ...
Journalists follow the money and find it leads to them
In my idealistic world, it's hard to believe that a journalist would be stupid enough to donate money to a politics-based organization, but Judy Woodruff was just that stupid. ...
Who let the dogs in? We did, about 30,000 years ago
A new study suggests that canis lupus familiaris split from wolves much earlier than the 11,000 to 16,000 years ago that was long assumed. ...
In obituary, a family confronts a son’s drug habit
We have limitless admiration today for the family of Clay Shephard, whose obituary in the Raleigh News and Observer this week was an honest assessment of his death. He died from a drug overdose. ...
What’s the cost of discovering the meaning of your life?
University of Minnesota president Eric Kaler today pretty much said tuition at the University of Minnesota will increase because a higher education bill isn’t enough to maintain a tuition freeze at the U. “Minnesota students and their families deserve more consideration at a time of sign ...
PoliGraph: Arguing for and against public pre-K
Republicans and Gov. Mark Dayton make reasonable, fact-based arguments when it comes to their views on whether the state should expand pre-kindergarten in public schools. ...
'Secret weapons' of WWII: Exhibit spotlights Japanese-American linguists
"Japanese Americans in the Military Intelligence Service During WWII" shares the stories of soldiers who received intensive training in the Japanese language in Savage and at Fort Snelling. ...
Garrison Keillor at National Press Club: 15 Things That Need to Happen Tomorrow
Garrison Keillor proposes 15 things (actually 16) that need to be changed to make America better. He gave this speech at the National Press Club in Washington on May 22, 2015. ...
More zebra mussels found in Christmas Lake despite treatment
Divers doing follow-up searches this week found 10 zebra mussels in the popular west metropolitan lake. The invasive pests were found just outside a treated area. ...
Target data breach settlement unravels as banks balk
The plan called for Target to pay up to $19 million to MasterCard issuers in exchange for banks agreeing to drop data breach claims against the retailer. ...
What Dayton's education veto means for MN school districts
If lawmakers can't agree on an education bill by July 1, the state Department of Education would shut down, causing serious budget problems for the state's schools. Two superintendents discussed how it would affect their districts. ...
State Department releases batch of Clinton emails
The department has released 296 messages from Hillary Clinton's email account during her tenure as secretary of state. The correspondence relates to the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. ...
Outgoing MNsure CEO, chairman on health exchange's future
MNsure survived the legislative session without major changes. Some Republicans wanted to scrap the state's health insurance exchange altogether and some Democrats wanted to make it a state agency. ...
'Everything I Never Told You' is wrapped in family secrets
Celeste Ng's debut novel begins with a gripping mystery and delves into the deep burden one generation leaves for the next. ...
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