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Twin Cities archdiocese files list of assets, debts
The filing, required as part of the bankruptcy process, provides the most detailed picture yet of the archdiocese's financial situation. ...
Why do we love football when it's so brutal?
Players, team owners and football fans are being forced come to grips with the idea that the sport they love may be extracting a much higher price than anyone knew. ...
Super Bowl party recipes to help you win on game day
The big game on Sunday calls for big eats and big appetites. ...
Third man charged in attempted Gambia coup
Minnesota U.S. Attorney Andy Luger said Friday a Tennessee man was part of the December coup attempt along with a Brooklyn Park man who pleaded guilty to the charges Thursday. ...
Sheriff: New Hope shooter used 'straw buyer' to get guns
Authorities arrested a person they say illegally bought a gun for Raymond Kmetz, who opened fire at New Hope City Hall and was killed by police. Two more guns were found. ...
Cash transfers to Somalia threatened, again
Twin Cities businesses that help Somali-Americans wire cash to east Africa are again at risk of shutting down. ...
Sibley County police agencies settle over racial profiling case
The Gaylord Police Department and the Sibley County Sheriff's Office have settled a lawsuit filed by attorneys for a woman who believes she was racially profiled in 2012. ...
Judge cuts sentence in firebombing that killed 5 children
Judge Michael Davis reduced the term for Robert James "Duddy" Jefferson to 50 years in response to a 2012 U.S. Supreme Court ruling barring mandatory life sentences for juveniles. ...
Kevin Love isn’t taking the bait
Former Minnesota Timberwolves star Kevin returns to the state he spurned tomorrow night when the Cleveland Cavaliers make their one and only appearance at Target Center. ...
The education of U.S. senators: Nothing but the best
The people at College Raptor have finally found something that Republicans and Democrats in the United States Senate have in common: Their educations. For the most part, nothing but the best, and disproportionately from the Ivy League. ...
Brainworm killed wayward moose in southern Minnesota
A wandering moose that became a curiosity when it showed up on a southern Minnesota farm in November died from an infection caused by a parasite, officials say. ...
Part time winter, another thaw next weekend?
Winter clings to life in Minnesota over the next week. An arctic front sweeps south this weekend delivering an air mass chilling over northern Canada for a few days now. ...
Feathers ruffled over backyard chicken changes
Chickens are getting some serious political attention in Minneapolis -- and it's more than mindless squawking. ...
PoliGraph: Dayton’s budget, road funding proposals
Claims about the wear and tear on cars, and on Gov. Mark Dayton's budget proposal. ...
MN ID’s counties most likely to have drunk drivers
The Department of Public Safety has answered the question today in releasing the counties targeted for increased DUI patrols around the Super Bowl. ...
The lives of 13 'Almost Famous Women'
Author Megan Mayhew Bergman spins stories about 13 real women who ended up as historical footnotes. ...
On the radio, ‘whiteness’ is more than skin deep
It’s not much of a secret that public radio is white — really white. The lack of diversity has hardly gone unnoticed locally or nationally. The origins go far deeper than race. Back when I was a young college student, my Boston accent was (mostly) beaten out of me in a voice and articula ...
Mayor's move shut out St. Paul public works finalists
St. Paul leaders were interviewing three public works director candidates just days before Mayor Chris Coleman intervened to hire Council President Kathy Lantry, who hadn't applied for the job. ...
Balloonists crossing Pacific set distance record
American Troy Bradley and Russian Leonid Tiukhtyaev surpassed the previous record of just over 5,200 miles set in 1981 for gas-filled balloons. ...
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