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U of M says no stranger rape of student Sunday
The University of Minnesota's police department said Wednesday it is no longer investigating the reported rape of a student as a sexual assault by a stranger. ...
Officials willing to shorten Southwest light rail line
To save costs, several elected leaders say they'd be willing to shorten the proposed rail line to control its rising budget. Pressure is building to cut the project's $2 billion price tag. ...
Hibbing priest arrested on suspicion of sexual abuse
The priest is in jail pending a possible charge for second-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor between the ages of 13 and 15. ...
Thundery Thursday: Strong storms possible
The weekend looks like a mixed weather bag for the fishing opener and Mother's Day. We stay mostly dry Friday and Saturday. The next system rides north Sunday with more showers and thunderstorms. ...
Minneapolis residents decry spitting and lurking laws
The city's police union contends the ordinances are legitimate law enforcement tools that can help thwart more serious crime. But critics say they're used to target people of color. ...
Minnesota drinking water threatened by nitrates
The Minnesota Department of Health's annual report on drinking water quality warns that nitrate contamination could affect public health. Gov. Mark Dayton called for action. ...
Staffing an intensive care unit from miles away has advantages
Among the 10 hospitals in the program, ICU mortality is down 5 percent and length of stay is down 6 percent. ...
PoliGraph: Erhardt’s bird flu claim is false
In a House floor speech, Rep. Ron Erhardt, DFL-Edina, suggested people could get avian flu from eating turkeys. Public health officials say that's not true. ...
Book briefs: A literary heist in Colombia claims a rare first edition
A copy of Gabriel Garcia Marquez's 'One Hundred Years of Solitude' was snatched from a locked case, leaving police stumped. ...
Does post-apocalyptic literature have a (non-dystopian) future?
Store shelves and libraries are packed with post-apocalyptic, dystopian novels right now. Critic Jason Heller has some suggestions to help you wade through the floods. And the fires. And the fallout. ...
How to prepare for an outdoor summer expedition
Gear Junkie Stephen Regenold took listener questions about outdoor expeditions: where to go, how to get fit for it and what to bring along. ...
With eye to end session, Daudt lowers tax target
Republican House Speaker Kurt Daudt said Wednesday he wants a tax cut of at least $1.1 billion. That's less than the plan passed by House Republicans but much more than Democrats have proposed. ...
Money in politics and its impact on democracy
Former U.S. Sen. David Durenberger, R-Minn., moderated an in-depth conversation about the influence of money in politics. ...
Screen Time: James Bond films
After the Roaming and Reading discussion on GoldenEye, MPR News' Kerri Miller discussed James Bond in film with Stephanie Curtis. ...
Travelers turning to rivers for cruise ship experience
In the third installment of our spring travel series, Kerri Miller talks with two cruise experts about ways to set sail without getting on a large ocean liner. ...
Appetites: 5 dinner party tips from 'The Dinner Party Download' hosts
Rico Gagliano and Brendan Francis Newnam dish on what's essential for a good time over grub. ...
NFL finds Patriots employees probably deflated balls; Brady 'generally aware'
The NFL began the investigation after the Patriots won the AFC Championship game in January, when the Indianapolis Colts complained that several footballs were under inflated. ...
How Jamaica inspired James Bond
Ian Fleming, the creator of 007, wrote the novels at Goldeneye, his Jamaican estate. ...
Minnesota minority leaders on how the session will end
MPR News' Kerri Miller talked with Minnesota's House and Senate minority leaders about their priorities and predictions for the end of the 2015 session. ...
Baltimore mayor asks feds to investigate police department
Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said she has already started reforming the police department, but she said "more needs to be done." ...
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