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Family mourns Minneapolis boy killed in apparent accidental shooting
Brandon Wren died of a gunshot wound to the neck at his home late Sunday night. ...
Wild lose to Blackhawks, 1-0, in third game of semifinals
Chicago took a commanding 3-0 lead in the Western Conference semifinal series. Game 4 is in St. Paul again on Thursday. ...
New Vikings stadium makes bid to host 2020 college football championship
If Minnesota lands the 2020 game, it will mark the third major sports event in a row hosted at the new Vikings stadium, which already has plans to host the 2018 Super Bowl and the 2019 NCAA men's Final Four. ...
Pacquiao sued for failing to disclose injury before 'Fight of the Century'
The fight between boxers Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. was the highest-grossing boxing match in history. ...
Minnesota Senate bans soaps with plastic microbeads
Under the Senate bill, manufacturers would have several years to phase out the plastic, which has been found in fish. The House passed a different version of the bill. ...
Hopes high, security tight as Minn. medical marijuana era nears
Medical marijuana will be legal in the state starting July 1. One of the manufacturers has a plant up and running with "casino grade" security. Here's what it's like inside. ...
Showers and thunderstorms will be coming our way
The blob of possible heavy rainfall off the southeastern coast will be the result of a disturbance now southeast of Florida. ...
State Senate confirms Duininck, Rothman
The Minnesota Senate voted Tuesday to confirm DFL Gov. Mark Dayton’s picks for Metropolitan Council chair and state commerce commissioner, over the objections of many Republicans. ...
Edison's talking dolls can now provide the soundtrack to your nightmares
Thomas Edison built and sold about 500 dolls back in 1890. Now, new technology has made hearing their supercreepy voices possible for the first time in decades. ...
Dayton: Real ID may have to wait until next year
Some Minnesotans may have trouble boarding airplanes in 2016 if the state doesn't adopt new federal standards for driver's licenses. ...
Lawmaker's bird flu routine lays an egg in Minnesota House
Dressed in a white lab coat, Rep. Ron Erhardt joked awkwardly about avian influenza threatening humans. His colleagues didn't see the humor. He later apologized. ...
Lawmakers support turkey industry with cookout
Republican state lawmakers sponsored a cookout at the Capitol to show support for Minnesota's turkey industry, which has been hit by an outbreak of avian influenza. ...
Cliffs to cut nearly 100 management jobs; impact in Minn. unclear
Three of the company's five U.S. iron ore operations are in northern Minnesota. ...
Chris Farrell and Maurice Blanks of BluDot on innovation
Chris Farrell's "Conversations on the Creative Economy" series, with Maurice Blanks, co-founder of the modern furniture company, BluDot. ...
'Eco-village' to replace symbol of neglect on Lake Street, Hiawatha
The former Brown College building in Minneapolis and its sea of parking spaces had become a magnet for crime. ...
U of M student reports rape by 2 strangers in her dorm room
The assault occurred in a residence hall on the East Bank of campus between 12:45 and 1:30 a.m. Sunday, according to an alert released by police. ...
Jennie-O idles 233 in Faribault; first mass Minn. layoff tied to bird flu
The Hormel division says the flu that's ravaged Minnesota turkey flocks leaves fewer birds to process. Layoffs start May 26. ...
Minnesota Zoo welcomes 3 baby snow monkeys
The three baby snow monkeys will make their public debuts just in time for Mother's Day this weekend. ...
'Bourbon Empire' reveals the smoke and mirrors of American whiskey
A new book looks at the "carefully cultivated myths" created by the bourbon industry. ...
Hallberg's Picture of Health: Good riddance to Rubella
According to global health authorities, Rubella, also known as German Measles, has been eliminated from the Americas. ...
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