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Light rain dampens west central Minnesota this morning
High temperatures today should fall short of the normals that are in the upper 70s to middle 80s for the first day of July. ...
After Supreme Court decision, what's next for gay rights groups?
Thousands of volunteers were behind the movement to change the country's laws on gay marriage. Now what do the major gay rights groups do next? ...
Blondie's Debbie Harry turns 70 today
Blondie lead singer Debbie Harry and her bandmates were pioneers in the 1970s New York punk scene. ...
Why you should skip your kid’s games
I was out for an evening bike ride a few weeks ago when I stopped to watch a game at a Woodbury park and noticed something odd -- there weren't very many parents there. The parents who were there didn't appear to be particularly emotionally invested. It seemed like fun. And that, author an ...
Doctor discusses certifying patients for medical marijuana
Dr. Katherine Nickels is one of the 203 health care practitioners registered to participate in Minnesota's medical marijuana program. ...
Dayton announces salary increases, defends amount
Earlier this year, Dayton announced salary increases of more than $800,000 for 26 top administrators, although he scaled back the raises after lawmakers criticized the plan. ...
Fargo man pens two-word obituary
Douglas Legler's obituary in today's Fargo Forum is shorter than his name, the paper notes. ...
Medical marijuana dispensaries open for Minnesota patients
A year after the state Legislature legalized medical marijuana, Minnesota's suppliers are now allowed to sell to the public. In the early hours of Wednesday morning, Minnesota Medical Solutions sold its first few doses of cannabis. ...
Is there a war on black churches?
Another church family is waking up today to the smoking ruins of their house of worship. ...
The Daily Digest: Christie is in the race
Political news from Minnesota and Washington. ...
Greece signals it may accept terms of bailout -- with some conditions
In a letter to creditors, the prime minister said Greece will accept most terms proposed June 28. It's unclear if the letter will have any impact. Greece has defaulted on a loan payment to the IMF. ...
Bemidji feels the hate over Paul Bunyan park renovation
Tourists will have a hard time getting photos with Bemidji's Paul and Babe statues this holiday weekend, thanks to a fight over the park plaza's redesign. ...
Trench collapses, kills man in Lakeville
Police and Dakota County emergency responders tried to get to the man in an 8-foot deep trench that continued falling in on them. ...
U.S. topples top-ranked Germany 2-0 to reach World Cup Final
In a battle between a fantastic attack and a fantastic defense, the latter prevailed, as two penalty kicks -- one made, one whiffed -- and a late insurance goal gave the U.S. a 2-0 win over Germany and a berth in the Women's World Cup final. ...
U.S. and Cuba will formally re-establish diplomatic relations
The United States and Cuba will open embassies in each other's capitals. ...
Psychologist: Teen charged in school plot needs adult monitoring
John LaDue, charged in a plot to kill his family and classmates, has an elevated risk of violence, said Katheryn Cranbrook, a psychologist who has worked on school shooting cases. ...
Federal officials reject threatened status for wolves
The Humane Society sought to protect wolves under threatened status as a compromise between the current endangered listing and proposals to remove wolves from protection. ...
Pope in U.S. visit will meet with poor, president, politicians
Pope Francis will become the first pope to address Congress when he visits the U.S. in September. ...
California governor signs school vaccination law
Starting July 1, 2016, all children enrolled in public or private schools or day cares must be vaccinated, regardless of parents' religious and other personal beliefs. ...
Lovely June finale, mostly dry week ahead
What a delightful way to end the month of June. Afternoon temperatures have been in the 60s and 70s. Dew points have fallen toward or into the 50s. Perfect! ...
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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