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Minnesota Orchestra season to feature Beethoven marathon
The orchestra will perform all nine of Beethoven's symphonies plus all five Beethoven piano concertos over just eight days. ...
Friends, neighbors gather to search for missing Crystal boy
Two dozen people gathered to pass out flyers, knock on doors and ask residents and businesses if they've seen the boy. ...
Vikings kick in nearly $20M more for stadium
The Vikings total contribution to the stadium is rising to more than $550 million. The stadium now has a projected cost of $1.061 billion, up from an initial $975 million estimate. ...
Temperature roller coaster rides upward this weekend
Our weather appears ready to lead the calendar as we turn the page to April this year. Spring is in the air again by this weekend. A strange bright object returns to the sky the next few days. Not a moment too soon for seasonally challenged Minnesotans. ...
Bill allowing faith-based objection to autopsies advances
Some Indians and others say autopsies offend their religious views. ...
Big shelves of Antarctic ice melting faster than scientists thought
When ice that used to cover land is added to the sea (as opposed to sea ice that melts), the ocean's overall level will rise. ...
Businesses, organizers at odds over plan to remake union voting rules
Supporters say the federal rule changes will keep employers from filing "frivolous claims" against a union movement. Critics say the proposals will lead to "ambush elections." ...
Payday loans -- and endless cycles of debt -- targeted by federal watchdog
For millions of cash-strapped consumers, short-term loans offer the means to cover purchases or pressing needs. But they also pack triple-digit interest rates. ...
Four labs apply to become medical marijuana testers
The labs will test medical cannabis products to make sure they are free of contaminants, pesticides and mold. ...
Authorities bust Colorado-Minnesota pot pipeline
The group falsely posed as licensed medical marijuana caregivers and small business owners and moved as much as 400 pounds of pot outside of Colorado, mostly to Minnesota, each month. ...
Vikings pitch bricks, Twitter throws them back
The Minnesota Vikings launched an online campaign Thursday to sell bricks inscribed with personal messages. Social media responded with brickbats. ...
State to mark anniversary of Civil War end
Minnesota will ring bells to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War next month as part of a nationwide event. ...
‘Religious freedom’ law may whack Indiana’s economy
Indiana's governor signs a bill providing legal cover for businesses and institutions who don't want to do business with gay and lesbian customer. ...
Indiana's governor signs 'religious freedom' bill
Indiana business owners who object to same-sex couples will now have a legal right to deny them services. ...
Bridge collapse reported on interstate in central Texas
Emergency crews are responding to a reported bridge collapse along an Interstate 35 in central Texas. ...
Richard III reburied after being found under parking lot
Richard III, the last English king to die in battle, was finally given a burial fit for a king -- some 530 years after he perished. ...
Despite policies, media keep naming uncharged suspects
Almost every news organization in the Twin Cities has a policy against naming suspects, and almost every one ignores it when it's convenient to do so. This is not generally how ethics in journalism works. ...
'Downton Abbey' to end after sixth season
Recent reports were officially confirmed Thursday -- the upcoming sixth season will be the last for Downton Abbey. ...
Report: Quality of health care for people on public assistance lags
Minnesotans with private health insurance got higher quality health care than those on public assistance last year, according to a report. ...
Photos: Star Tribune staff says goodbye to old building
The newspaper's landmark Minneapolis headquarters is being torn down so the land can be used for a park. ...
Major League Soccer announced that Minnesota will be the home of a new Major League Soccer team. The owners also announced they want to build a new open-air stadium for the team. Do you think it should be funded through public subsidies or privately funded?
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