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Fifth-grader arrested after making elementary school threat
Sheriff's officials say the male student wrote a message on a wall about his intention to harm other students at Jacobson Elementary School in Rush City. ...
Report: Feds used anti-drone radar in Minneapolis
Minneapolis was a lab rat for a radar system to detect drones/quadcopters at last year's All Star Game, the New York Times has revealed today. ...
Dayton proposes more compensation to farmers for wolf losses
The governor's budget would provide $125,000 annually for wolf depredation compensation. That's up $100,000 from the current $25,000 per year. ...
Minnesota Zoo asking lawmakers for $1.5M amid budget crisis
A projected budget shortfall could force the Minnesota Zoo to go beyond layoffs and close some of its exhibits this year. ...
Rise in measles cases marks a 'wake-up call' for U.S.
So far this year there have been 84 measles cases in 14 states. That's already more cases than the U.S. typically sees in a year, the CDC's Dr. Anne Schuchat said. ...
Extra patrols to enforce DWI law this weekend
The Department of Public Safety says on Super Bowl game day through Monday, an average of 190 drivers will be arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and at least one person will die. ...
Game on: What to expect when Minneapolis hosts Super Bowl 2018
Minnesota gets its chance to shine again in 2018, when the Super Bowl heads to Minneapolis ...
Muslims fear anti-terror program could spy on their communities
U.S. Attorney Andy Luger plans to create a program to prevent young people from becoming radicalized. But some Muslims worry that the effort by law enforcement aims to gather intelligence. ...
Brooklyn Park first Twin Cities suburb to open teen shelter
Brooklyn Park is the first Twin Cities suburb to open a shelter designed for young people. Its 12-bed shelter will serve young people ages 16 to 20. ...
Ecological intelligence and why our brains ignore climate change
A program from the "Climate One" series produced by the Commonwealth Club of California. The speakers suggest that most Americans have "ecological systems blindness," because the human brain is designed for survival by responding to immediate danger, not to long-term risks. The moderator is Greg Da ...
Should video from police body cameras be kept private?
A bill introduced in the Minnesota House on Thursday would keep any videos recorded by police body cameras private. ...
With Amy Poehler’s help, Cambridge shakes off a blizzard
A couple of things here. First, tuition at Harvard is $58,607 a year. Second -- and really, more important -- remember all that chatter about how East Coast cities don't know what to do in blizzards. ...
Delta flight from Mpls. makes emergency landing with pilot locked out of cockpit
The cockpit door malfunctioned, forcing the co-pilot to land the plane with the pilot locked out. None of the 168 people aboard was injured. ...
Are winter’s coldest days behind us?
Don't look now, but we're turning the corner on the last third of winter. We're getting off relatively easy this winter compared to last year's full blown arctic assault. Polar Vortex? Not so much ...
19-year-old dies in collision with snowplow
A 19-year-old Brookston, Minn. man died in a head on crash with a snowplow Wednesday night. The driver of the snowplow was not seriously injured. ...
Minnesota man pleads guilty in Gambia coup attempt
Papa Faal admitted in court he bought semiautomatic rifles in Minnesota, broke them down, and hid them in barrels that were shipped to Gambia. ...
Senate OKs Keystone XL pipeline, setting up fight with Obama
The Senate in a bipartisan 62-to-36 vote approved Thursday the Keystone XL pipeline project, setting up a faceoff with the White House, which has threatened a presidential veto. ...
Pro-ISIS messages create dilemma for social media companies
Social media companies like Facebook and Twitter face complex criticism. The companies are being asked to do more to stop the terrorists, yet they are also being asked to let some of the propaganda remain to help officials track jihadis. ...
Food industry drags its heels on recyclable and compostable packaging
The majority of food packaging is ending up in landfills, or on the street as litter, where it may eventually get swept into the ocean. ...
Why don’t Americans believe what science tells them?
We might dismiss the need for science on the basis that many kids won't become scientists. But, in fact, we need science so that we can grow up to understand the complex threats that face us. ...
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