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Indiana's 'religious freedom' bill sparks firestorm of controversy
When Gov. Mike Pence signed a law that allows his state's businesses to refuse to serve same-sex couples, he could hardly have anticipated the dramatic backlash he's received. ...
Minneapolis Police search for missing college student
Minneapolis Police are searching for a 22-year-old college student who went missing early Friday morning. ...
Third Minnesota turkey farm hit by bird flu outbreak
Officials confirmed that a commercial turkey flock in Stearns County has been infected with the highly pathogenic H5N2 strain of avian influenza. ...
Best Buy cuts 1,500 jobs in Canada
The company is eliminating 1,500 jobs and closing stores in Canada in an effort to streamline branding. ...
Medical bills linger, long after cancer treatment ends
A woman's family is stuck with medical charges for care she received after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Negotiating relief from the bills has become a part-time job for her daughter. ...
'Llama drama' owners say llamas must step out of the spotlight
The llamas that became a social media sensation running around an Arizona suburb last month are stepping out of the public eye, for now. ...
Low corn and soybean prices leave farmers struggling
The state-sponsored program that offers mediation between farmers and lenders has seen its caseload double this year. ...
Official: Al-Shabab siege at Somali hotel ends, 21 dead
An attack on a prominent hotel in the Somali capital killed at least 21, including six attackers. ...
Hunting mythical monsters 'At The Water's Edge'
Sara Gruen is following her bestselling "Water for Elephants" with a tale of a young American couple who travel to Scotland during the Second World War in search of the legendary Loch Ness Monster. ...
Minnesota revokes license of foster agency after death
Minnesota has revoked the license of a foster care placement agency after a 6-year-old girl died in one of its homes last December. ...
Guess what counts as a 'Smart Snack' in schools? Hot Cheetos
Frito-Lay has reformulated Flamin' Hot Cheetos to meet new federal nutrition standards for school snacks. That's been a big hit with school kids, but the rules' creators say the snack is still junk. ...
Duluth police say 2 children were found in New York
Police in Duluth say two young girls who were reported missing have been found safe in Buffalo, New York, with their mother. ...
A Minnesota laundromat gets all dolled up
There's just one laundromat in Spring Grove, Minnesota. It's equipped with 18 washers and 12 dryers. Then there are the 2,726 dolls hanging from the ceiling. ...
St. Olaf cancels baseball season, cites hazing
A hazing investigation resulted in the cancellation of all remaining baseball games, or about half the season, at the Northfield, Minnesota college. ...
Cedar-Riverside tenants protest lack of parking, discrimination
Residents of Riverside Plaza have complained about a lack of parking spaces and broken elevators at the building owned by Sherman Associates. Management is meeting with tenants' and community leaders to address the concerns. ...
1,000 Words: A Strib goodbye
It's not fashionable to like newspapers anymore, but Baird Helgeson's tweet today is a solid reminder of the daily miracle that happens each day. ...
Warm front ahead: Spring fling 60s next week
Our warm front comes with gusty south winds Saturday and even stronger northwest winds behind another front Sunday. ...
Head of stadium agency calls pay dispute 'distraction'
A consultant looked at salaries and found what appeared to be a case of gender inequity. ...
Boy ran barefoot to school, seeking protection from mom
Nine-year-old cried, "My mom is trying to kill me," court records say. ...
U of M critics: Drug research reform needs work
The University of Minnesota has stopped enrolling test subjects in 17 drug studies pending an external review. Additional recommendations are expected in May. ...
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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