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Adrian Peterson’s contrition
When the soon-to-be-former Minnesota Vikings running back was suspended by the NFL for the rest of the season, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said part of the reason was that Peterson didn't appear to be contrite for beating his son. Now, he's contrite. ...
Obama's immigration announcement met with relief, disappointment in Minneapolis
Obama said Thursday that immigration enforcement would focus on "felons, not families; criminals, not children." ...
St. Paul middle school gets help to handle disruptive students
The move is part of a larger effort to reduce suspensions across the state. ...
The Daily Digest: Immigration Decision
Your daily dose of Minnesota politics and policy. ...
Jazz musicians temporarily fill Artists' Quarter void
Jazz guitarist Zacc Harris and a group of fellow musicians, backers and jazz enthusiasts are banding together to fill the void that emerged when their community's longtime home -- St. Paul's Artists' Quarter -- closed last year. ...
Live National Press Club: Anthony Fauci of NIH on Ebola
Dr. Anthony Fauci gives the latest information about the spread of Ebola and the global efforts to contain and treat it. He's the head of infectious diseases for the National Institutes of Health and is a recognized authority worldwide. ...
Obama spurns GOP with expansive immigration orders
President Obama unveiled expansive executive actions on immigration Thursday night to spare nearly 5 million people in the U.S. illegally from deportation. ...
2014 headed for warmest year on record globally
Planet Earth is running a high grade fever. And 2014 is almost certain to be the warmest year on record globally. NOAA data released Thursday confirms October 2014 was the warmest on record globally, and 2014 is well on the way to being the warmest year on record globally. ...
Study: 1 in 3 adults drink excessively
What counts as excessive? Less than you might think. ...
Transportation talk on Dayton’s lunch menu
Transportation is a key agenda item for leaders of both political parties, but there's disagreement over the details. ...
And now, area code-gate?
The New York Times’ Public Editor — the Times’ version of an ombudsman — has joined in the criticism of her newspaper over the assertion that Minnesotans have a near love affair with grape salad at Thanksgiving. “After Lefse ended up chosen for North Dakota and Wild Ric ...
Bemidji students join unrest over chancellor
The vote, which passed unanimously with one abstention, came the same day that Board of Trustees Chairman Tom Renier renewed a call for mediation between Rosenstone, faculty unions and even students. ...
State fines MN frac sand plant for air quality violations
State officials say Tiller Corp. will pay an $85,000 fine and has agreed to modify emissions controls and mitigate noise. ...
So what is an 'executive action' anyway?
President Obama is preparing to take executive action on immigration. But some people are calling it an "executive order." There's a big difference between the two terms. ...
Charity to chancery: Following the archdiocese money
Much of the cash that sustains the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis is held by legally separate groups, making it easier to protect church assets in a bankruptcy. Here's how the money flows. ...
Keep your head up: 'Text neck' takes a toll on the spine
Newly published research finds that common texting posture can put as much as 60 pounds of cervical force on the spine. ...
Wanted: An Aerial Lift Bridge operator
If all go according to plan, I've got six months left to work in the news business. Why? Because a colleague let me know today that this job is open now. ...
On the show Friday
Friday Roundtable, Nuruddin Farah and Haley Bonar. ...
Minnesota not on track to meet proposed emissions reductions
Minnesota has made little progress towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions by more than a third by 2030 under proposed EPA rules. State officials say new strategies are needed. ...
Minneapolis zoning panel opens door to 'granny flats'
A proposal approved Thursday would legalize small apartments above garages in residential neighborhoods. ...
Officials are saying the opening weekend of Mnsure went smoothly. Have your experiences been positive or negative?
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