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How to get fined at the Super Bowl’s media day
It was media day at the Super Bowl today, a day that has not once -- ever -- given sportswriters any insight into the upcoming game. Ever. ...
New Hope City Hall gunman had troubled past
Raymond Kmetz, 68, the man killed after opening fire at New Hope City Hall Monday night and wounding two officers, had a long history of confronting government and the law. ...
Warm weather alters City of Lakes Loppet's plans
The festival's cross-country ski route typically begins at Theodore Wirth Park and ends at Minneapolis' Chain of Lakes, but this year will be contained within Wirth Park. ...
Obama meets new Saudi king, balancing human rights, U.S. interests
The president cut short his India trip to travel to Saudi Arabia. There, he met King Salman, who assumed the throne following the death of Salman's half-brother. ...
Advocates ask Legislature for $10 million increase to crime victims' services
The Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women says at least 23 people were killed in Minnesota as a result of domestic violence last year. ...
Minnesotan charged with trying to aid ISIS released to halfway house
U.S. District Judge Michael Davis said Abdullahi Yusuf may also participate in a civics program aimed at re-integrating him into U.S culture. ...
Suspect charged in killing of Cottage Grove High School teacher
Bailey Garcia, 19, of Pine Springs faces a single count of second degree murder in connection with the shooting death of art teacher and bar owner David Frigaard. ...
What’s your favorite lake in the BWCA?
The Boundary Waters Canoe Area begins accepting online reservations for the summer season Wednesday. ...
Dayton would spend most of surplus on education
Dayton's proposal increases spending for education, child care but holds back money from MnSCU and the Minneapolis Park Board. ...
Rebecca Scherm's 'Unbecoming' is Kerri's book pick
Debut novelist Rebecca Scherm crafts a tale of forgeries and frauds in the art world. ...
Child abuse and neglect laws aren't being enforced, report finds
Almost 680,000 children in the United States were victims of abuse in 2013. And state and local governments aren't doing enough to report abuse and investigate it, according to an independent study. ...
Home explodes near Bemidji throwing man inside 50 feet
The man was awake and speaking when an ambulance arrived to bring him to the hospital. His condition has not been reported since. ...
All weather is local: Snow hurricane or bust?
All weather is local. That's the tried and true weather wisdom coming out of the big northeast cities today as we add up inches and calculate wind gusts. Your local weatherman? In Philly, New Jersey and New York City he's a weather terrorist. In Boston and Nantucket, a local her ...
Dayton plan brings Minnesota budget debate to starting line
While the plan will contain more than $40 billion worth of recommendations, the primary focus will be on $1 billion of it. That's the size of a projected state surplus. ...
More MSP flights canceled as winter storm pounds Northeast
At least 20 flights from Minneapolis to the East Coast were canceled before dawn Tuesday because of a snowstorm. ...
The asteroid that flew past Earth has its own moon
In celestial terms, asteroid 2004 BL86 pretty much buzzed the Earth on Tuesday, coming within 745,000 miles away. ...
BWCA to begin accepting online reservations Wednesday
The 1.1-million acre Boundary Waters is America's most visited wilderness area, attracting 250,000 visitors annually. ...
Police: Man fatally shoots himself outside Roseville school
Police were called Monday afternoon to Hand in Hand Christian Montessori School following a report of a shot fired through a window in the school's kitchen. ...
Winter storm skirts NYC, but still walloping Northeast
The good news: Forecasts of a historic winter storm for the country's most populous city have failed to materialize. The bad news: It's still dumping a great deal of precipitation farther north. ...
Do you support the 600-mile crude oil Sandpiper line, which is proposed to run from North Dakota through Minnesota to Wisconsin?
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