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Warm, sticky weather will continue
Thunderstorms with heavy rain have been plodding eastward across the northern half of Wisconsin today. The effect of these “training” storms, following each other like train cars, coupled with the heavy rain leads to the possibility of flash flooding. The muggy air has engulfed just abou ...
On new Duluth bus, next stop is the grocery store
The weekly service is part of a nationwide trend toward bringing healthy food options into areas without stores of their own. ...
Franken, Baldwin want more oil train safety measures
The two senators from neighboring states talked about the need for more information and funding so that local communities can react quickly if there is an emergency. ...
NTSB issues findings in MSP ground collision
It took almost a year, but the National Transportation Safety Board has completed its investigation into an incident at Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport last year in which a taxiing Delta 757 clipped another jet that had been pushed back from its gate. ...
Faces of the Fair: Cherry Fairy, the French fry fairy
If you think 8:30 a.m. is too early for French fries, the Minnesota State Fair will prove you wrong. ...
Here's what we know about the Kentucky clerk refusing marriage licenses
The Rowan County clerk who has become a divisive figure in the national debate on gay marriage has been summoned to a federal court for a hearing on whether to hold her in contempt. ...
A compelling plot gives way to farce in Franzen's 'Purity'
The new novel reveals sharp observations and a great, sprawling story. But critic Roxane Gay says the book gets bogged down with absurdly drawn characters and misfired critiques of modern life. ...
Medical marijuana company delays 2 clinic openings
It's a setback for patients in western Minnesota who face long drives to Minneapolis to buy the medication. ...
State Patrol searches for hero in Windom
The State Patrol wants to thank the Good Samaritan who helped a trooper pull a semi-driver from a burning rig in southwest Minnesota, but he didn't stick around. ...
Coffee House Press shakes up publishing
Minneapolis' Coffee House Press releases 18 books a year, but publisher Chris Fischbach says they are expanding their programming to connect readers and writers in different ways. ...
GOP So. Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley at the National Press Club
South Carolina's Republican Governor Nikki Haley is the youngest governor in the nation, and that state's first female and first minority governor. She titled her National Press Club talk, "The New American South" and answered questions on a wide range of issues including education, immigration, rac ...
As more adults pedal, their biking injuries and deaths spike, too
Hospital admissions caused by bike injuries have more than doubled in the past 15 years across the country. One doctor thinks the "Lance Armstrong effect" could be a reason for the jump. ...
Appetites: Sampling Minnesota wines at the State Fair
Fried food and cold beer is a classic State Fair combo. But the Minnesota Wine Country booth is there to let fairgoers know that the state makes some good wines too. ...
1,000 Words: The migrant children
The mass migration of people trying to flee war has one constant: the children. Always the children. ...
February trial date set for Minnesota ISIS terror suspects
A federal judge on Wednesday set Feb. 16 as the trial date in the cases of seven men accused of conspiring to join the ISIS terror group. ...
The Thread Book Club: 'Black Man in a White Coat'
Damon Tweedy attended Duke University's medical school in the mid-1990s, when African-Americans accounted for only seven percent of medical students nationwide. ...
Do you think the Iran deal is in the best interest of the U.S.?
Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski announced Wednesday that she will support the Iran nuclear agreement, giving the White House the final vote needed to protect the accord from a Republican-led effort to defeat the measure. ...
State Fair booth a sounding board, lightning rod on race
A Minnesota State Fair booth is sparking some provocative conversations about race. Much of the discussion revolves around whose lives matter. ...
Do you think enough is being done to protect student athletes at your school?
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