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Official: Shots reported on Washington Navy Yard campus
The Navy Yard, which was the site of a 2013 shooting that left 12 people and the gunman dead, is on lockdown. ...
Mix of sun and clouds today; weekend warmup ahead
Today will be partly sunny and comfortable. The best chance for showers and thunderstorms is later today in northeast Minnesota. ...
Sonia Manzano, Sesame Street's Maria, to retire after 44 years
In addition to acting, Sonia Manzano was also a writer for the show. ...
Man fatally shot at Coon Rapids bar
Police were called to Willy's Bar on Coon Rapids Boulevard early Thursday morning. A suspect has been arrested. ...
The Daily Digest: Sanders visit today
Political news from Minnesota and Washington. ...
Is it time to ditch the Minnesota flag?
First of all, they jammed about 10,000 things onto it. You've got your farmer, your sunrise, your waterfall, the state flower and, oh yes, your near naked Native American riding by on a horse. ...
Five St. Paul taprooms that will sell growlers on Sunday
Taprooms in St. Paul will be able to sell beer in growlers on Sundays starting on July 5. The Legislature voted earlier this year to let taprooms sell the 64-ounce jugs of beer on Sundays. ...
After trade deal, Obama seeks to repair rift with labor
President Barack Obama will be in LaCrosse, Wis., today to promote his overtime pay plan. ...
With liberal rallying cry, Sanders returns to Minnesota
The Vermont senator and presidential hopeful visits the state after drawing a crowd of 10,000 in Madison last night. ...
Park board won't cover Lake Calhoun's name to honor Civil War dead
The board denied a commissioner's request to add a resolution to drape signs with black cloth and support the renaming of the lake. ...
Abortions rise in Minnesota; 1st increase since 2006
The Department of Health says 90 percent of Minnesota abortions last year were in the first trimester of pregnancy. ...
A vet ruminates on her practice with cows
Each visit brings her into close contact with 70 cows. ...
Lino Lakes PD wins Twitter. Again
Sometimes you just have to stop what you’re doing to acknowledge greatness. This is Twitter greatness Please be considerate when blowing your face off. pic.twitter.com/jWumjkfAcH — Lino Lakes Police (@LinoLakesPD) July 1, 2015 It’s time to rename Lino Lakes to Kelly McCarthy. ...
MLS turns to St. Paul for stadium site after Mpls. misses deadline
But a Major League Soccer official did not say Minneapolis' chances are off the table. ...
A cool start to July, full moon tonight
July got off to a May-like start this morning. Areas of light rain cooled the air over parts of western and then southern Minnesota. Meanwhile, the Arrowhead was downright chilly. Some temperatures fell into the 30s: Afternoon highs have been in the 60s and 70s, a bit below the normal high for the d ...
Hello Havana: U.S. set to open embassy in Cuba
The United States and Cuba declared Wednesday they will reopen embassies in each other's capitals this month, marking a historic full restoration of diplomatic relations between the Cold War foes. ...
Is it time for Minnesota to legalize pot for recreational use?
As the vapors of the first medical marijuana prescriptions are settling MPR News host Tom Weber explores what's next for pot in the state. ...
Kids, extreme sports and risk. What's the right balance?
A look at the benefits and risks of extreme sports for kids. ...
Justice Department investigating airlines for possible price collusion
The civil antitrust investigation by the Justice Department appears to focus on whether airlines illegally signaled to each other how quickly they would add new flights, routes and extra seats. ...
Understanding Iran's perspective on a nuclear agreement
"Iranians overwhelmingly want Iran and the U.S. to be friends again," writes University of Minnesota Anthropology professor William Beeman. ...
Right to Marry
The Supreme Court made a historic ruling as they declared same-sex couples have the right to marry in all 50 states. Do you support their ruling?
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