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Pediatricians urge IUDs or implants for teen girls
New advice from the American Academy of Pediatrics updates a 2007 birth control policy that didn't recommend specific methods other than condom use. ...
Was it time to replace Gardenhire?
The Minnesota Twins have announced that they will replace Ron Gardenhire as manager. Since joining the organization in 1987, Gardenhire held multiple coaching positions at the minor league and major league levels and was named the 12th Manager in club history in 2002. Gardenhire led the Twins to a r ...
Gardenhire out as Twins manager
The news comes one day after the team finished its fourth straight season of 90-plus losses. ...
Near normal at MSP after weekend Chicago fire scrambled flights
About 15 flights were cancelled at the Twin Cities' airport over the weekend; only two have been cancelled so far Monday. ...
No change in list of richest Minnesotans
Them that had, still has, Forbes reports. ...
Chris Christie to campaign for Jeff Johnson
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will campaign for Republican gubernatorial candidate Jeff Johnson in Minnesota next month. Johnson’s campaign spokesman said Christie, who currently chairs the Republican Governors Association, will make the visit on Johnson’s behalf on Oct. 13. Christie is scheduled t ...
After lemonade heist, a better side of humanity
In Round Hill, Virginia, Spencer Bergman worked hard all summer selling lemonade at his stand. He wanted a dog. But a thief wanted the money. ...
Video: The streets of Hong Kong
We can't imagine there's a more jaw-dropping video today than this quadcopter video of the protests in Hong Kong. ...
Hong Kong remains tense as pro-democracy demonstrators march again
The mass protests are being described as the worst unrest in the southern Chinese business hub since it was handed back to China in 1997. ...
California adopts 'yes means yes' sex-assault rule
The legislation will begin a paradigm shift in how college campuses in the state prevent and investigate sexual assaults. Victim advocates support the change. ...
Somali American group, US Attorney join forces to combat ISIS recruiters
The U.S. Department of Justice has chosen the Twin Cities for a pilot program aimed at combating violent extremism. ...
Late September reality check
Chilly Canadian high pressure noses in through tomorrow. The next low pressure wave rides in from the west tomorrow afternoon with scattered showers. ...
Funeral Monday in Sartell for NDSU student Thomas Bearson
The Ramsey County Medical Examiner ruled Bearson's death a homicide, but authorities are not saying how he was killed for fear of jeopardizing the investigation. ...
Movie theaters hope to add another (wet) dimension to their profits
The American box office appears to have topped out. To lure customers willing to pay higher ticket prices theaters are adding features to create a 4-D experience. ...
What drives abortion: The law or income?
About 5 million women worldwide are admitted to hospitals every year with complications after an abortion. Sorting out how to stop "back-alley" operations remains contentious and complex. ...
Mpls. air controllers pick up slack after Chicago fire
Controllers in Farmington, Minn., are picking up the slack from the fire at an air-traffic-control facility outside of Chicago. ...
To counter gun violence, researchers seek deeper data
For the first time in nearly two decades, federal dollars are beginning to flow into gun violence research. There's also a push to create a national reporting database for firearm injuries and deaths. ...
Duluth’s ‘Turn Out the Lights’ billboard confirmed
It's the tale of political legend in Duluth. The oft-repeated story of a billboard in town during the 1980s recession has lacked proof that it actually existed. It urged 'the last one out leaving Duluth (to) please turn out the lights.' ...
Blue Mounds State Park puts on a fall show
Photojournalist Jackson Forderer covered the bison roundup last week. Then he turned his camera around to capture the rest of the park as it neared peak fall color. ...
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