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MIA among U.S. museums returning looted Italian artifacts
Police said most collectors and museums willingly gave up the artifacts after learning they had been stolen. The Minneapolis museum director contacted the Italian culture ministry after reading an article about one suspect piece. ...
Legislature to East Metro: ‘No transit for you’
For seven years, Washington County taxpayers have been paying into the regional transportation pool, participating in a systemic buildout of public transportation, assured that although the priority was elsewhere, 'your time will come.' It probably won't, if the Legislature has its way. ...
MPCA Citizens' Board center stage in Capitol dispute
Gov. Mark Dayton and House Speaker Kurt Daudt are meeting today to start working out last-minute deals on several fronts. Dayton has vetoed three major bills passed by lawmakers in the final hours of the legislative session last week. That means he will have to call a special session to avoid a pa ...
Showers today, warmest day so far tomorrow?
Sunshine on Wednesday combines with a warm July-like air mass that could bring the warmest day of the year so far. Thursday may bring another batch of storms. ...
At least 8 dead as storms, flooding ravage Texas, Okla.
Weekend storms dumped record rainfall on the Plains and Midwest, caused major flooding and spawned tornadoes. ...
The Daily Digest: Weekend vetoes
Your daily dose of political news from Minnesota and Washington. ...
Prof: U of M priority is research scandal cover-up
In a blistering op-ed in the New York Times today, a University of Minnesota bioethics professor says the rot that infected an industry-funded anti-psychotic drug study, leading to the suicide of a research subject, extends beyond the department to the administration. ...
Gunman among 2 dead in North Dakota Wal-Mart shooting
Police do not believe there is any further safety risk to the general public. ...
Charter buying Time Warner Cable in $55.33B deal
The deal comes a month after Comcast walked away from a bid for Time Warner Cable after intense pressure from regulators. ...
2 boys rescued from abandoned pool; 1 in critical condition
St. Paul Fire Marshal Zaccard says the older boy saw his brother struggling in the water Monday afternoon and got in to save him, but also got into trouble. ...
Don't write off paper just yet
In today's digital age it's easy to forget about paper, but as one paper pusher says, "a paperless society is about as plausible as a paperless bathroom." ...
Minnesota Marine Art Museum has great works, stories
The museum's collection includes more than 1,000 pieces of art from realists, impressionists and modernists. It also showcases works by local and regional artists. ...
At some MN clinics, the doctor and lawyer will see you now
Some health care clinics are adding on-site attorneys to their teams of doctors and nurses to provide convenient, free legal advice to low-income patients. The partnerships may be saving lives. ...
3 shot in Minneapolis, 1 dead
One man is dead after a shooting in north Minneapolis Monday. ...
Craig Blacklock badly hurt in fire
Photographer Craig Blacklock announced in an email today that he's been recovering from burns he received in a bad electrical fire in November. He said he didn't say anything before because he wanted to protect his wife, honey, and daughter, Charis. And he wasn't sure how the recovery w ...
Photos: Remembering fallen soldiers at Fort Snelling
A large crowd gathered at Fort Snelling National Cemetery to remember those missing in action, prisoners of war and soldiers who lost their lives in battle. ...
BNSF: Employee died in NE Mpls. accident near tracks
BNSF Railway officials say an employee died while working near train tracks in northeast Minneapolis Monday. The person's name has not been released. ...
Twister kills 13 in Mexico border city
Three hundred people were being treated for injuries at local hospitals, and 400 houses were fully or partially destroyed. In Texas, 12 people were reported missing after flash flooding from a line of storms that stretched from the Gulf of Mexico to the Great Lakes. ...
6 arrested after water balloon attack on pedal pub riders
Six people are facing potential criminal penalties in a series of water attacks on drivers and passengers of three pedal pubs in Minneapolis -- including one that carried six off-duty police officers. ...
What do we owe dead soldiers?
Accompanying the usual Memorial Day observances these days is an increasing criticism that Americans are not paying enough attention to the sacrifices of the military. Writing in today’s New York Times, op-ed columnist Charles Blow gives voice to the tension that arises on days like Memorial D ...
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