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As more adults pedal, their biking injuries and deaths spike, too
Hospital admissions caused by bike injuries have more than doubled in the past 15 years across the country. One doctor thinks the "Lance Armstrong effect" could be a reason for the jump. ...
Appetites: Sampling Minnesota wines at the State Fair
Fried food and cold beer is a classic State Fair combo. But the Minnesota Wine Country booth is there to let fairgoers know that the state makes some good wines too. ...
1,000 Words: The migrant children
The mass migration of people trying to flee war has one constant: the children. Always the children. ...
February trial date set for Minnesota ISIS terror suspects
A federal judge on Wednesday set Feb. 16 as the trial date in the cases of seven men accused of conspiring to join the ISIS terror group. ...
The Thread Book Club: 'Black Man in a White Coat'
Damon Tweedy attended Duke University's medical school in the mid-1990s, when African-Americans accounted for only seven percent of medical students nationwide. ...
Do you think the Iran deal is in the best interest of the U.S.?
Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski announced Wednesday that she will support the Iran nuclear agreement, giving the White House the final vote needed to protect the accord from a Republican-led effort to defeat the measure. ...
State Fair booth a sounding board, lightning rod on race
A Minnesota State Fair booth is sparking some provocative conversations about race. Much of the discussion revolves around whose lives matter. ...
Two lawmakers deny romantic encounter
Two Minnesota lawmakers are strongly disputing the citations they received last week in Dakota County that describe a tryst inside a parked car. ...
4 examples that prove baseball is better than football
Oh, you still believe your football is better than baseball? You're just wrong. So very wrong. Here's why. ...
Obama secures enough support for Iran deal in Congress
Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., became the crucial 34th vote needed to sustain President Obama's expected veto should Congress pass a measure to block the agreement. ...
In new novel, fans seek clues about mysterious author's past
Elena Ferrante is the pen name of an anonymous Italian author. Very little is known about her, but Ferrante's books -- widely believed to be a thinly veiled autobiography -- have achieved cult status. ...
T. Eugene Thompson dead at 88
If there can only be one 'trial of the century', my MPR colleague Tim Nelson tells me that T. Eugene Thompson's is the one for the last millennium. ...
How the Iran vote is engineered to pass
When Congress votes on the deal this month, it will be considered under rules that favor the president, even if his opponents gain a majority. ...
For second day, stranded migrants camp out at Budapest train station
Hungarian authorities stopped the migrants, including refugees from Syria and Iraq, from boarding trains bound for Western Europe. The station has become the latest flashpoint in the migrant crisis. ...
Mike Binkley signs off
In the changing media landscape, there aren't many people who can survive in radio and TV for 34 years; it just doesn't work that way anymore. That's why the announcement from WCCO reporter/anchor Mike Binkley today is worth noting. He's done. ...
Lawmakers deny allegations of 'making out' at Eagan park
State Reps. Tim Kelly of Red Wing and Tara Mack of Apple Valley were cited Aug. 25 for causing a nuisance. Both are married to other people. ...
Commodores to play at the State Fair
The funky lead vocal on "Brick House" was performed by drummer Walter "Clyde" Orange. He's still in the band and will be singing the tune at the Fair tonight. ...
In a struggle for a son’s life, heroin wins
Even as heroin use is becoming an increasing scourge in our area, ignoring the stories of the destruction in its path is far too easy. Here's a mother's story from Moorhead, Minn. ...
Details released in roofer's death at Vikings stadium
Jeramie Gruber, who died last week while working on the stadium, slid down the roof and broke through a guardrail before falling to an elevated platform below. ...
Rybak: Tutor and student relationship key to success
Later today, the education group Generation Next will announce its latest effort to close the achievement gap in Minnesota schools. The group's solution: Tutoring. ...
Minnesota State Fair
The Minnesota State Fair kicks off this week in St. Paul. Will you be attending the fair?
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