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Like millennials, more older Americans steering away from driving
Americans of all ages are tossing away the keys and giving up their driver's licenses, a new study shows. Cars are being replaced by bikes, public transit and ride-hailing services. ...
1,000 Words: The cop and the distraught woman
The most fascinating element of my talk with one of the Willmar police officers who finished the snow shoveling that killed an 84-year-old man was this statement of his: "I didn't even tell my wife." I thought of that this morning when I looked at this photo that's racing around the InterTu ...
Arctic into Saturday, February thaw next week
In the next week we enjoy all that an erratic El Nino-fueled Minnesota winter has to offer. ...
Report: Wis. assault on public unions has mostly worked
It was five years ago today that Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker 'dropped the bomb,' in his words, introducing legislation to strip public employee unions of their right to collective bargaining. It was a move that split Wisconsin and led to weeks of protests. How has it worked out? ...
Sex offender relocation to St. Paul neighborhood stirs questions, some concern
Oliver Lenell Dority served 13 years in prison for raping two women, then was civilly committed in the Minnesota Sex Offender Program. He'll be the fourth person provisionally discharged since 2012. ...
Daily Digest: Thursday roundup
Some items in the news as you begin your Thursday. ...
Democratic debate: 4 things to watch tonight
Sanders and Clinton meet Thursday night in Milwaukee. It will be their first face-to-face matchup since Tuesday's New Hampshire primary where Sanders beat Clinton by more than 20 points. ...
Fargo police say officer shot during standoff won't survive
Officer Jason Moszer was struck by the suspect's gunfire after responding to a report of domestic violence. ...
Occupiers at Oregon refuge say they'll turn themselves in
The development came as Cliven Bundy -- who led a Nevada standoff with federal officers in 2014 and who is also the father of the jailed leader of the Oregon standoff -- was arrested in Portland. ...
Gallery: Posters to inspire the next generation of space explorers
A NASA lab released a series of posters Wednesday that Invoke the aesthetics of atomic age tourism posters of the 1950s, while looking toward future space travel. ...
Art Hounds: John Denver and molten iron
This week on Art Hounds: a tribute to John Denver and a hot molten valentine. ...
Gallery invites artists to design the robots we never had
Light Grey Art Lab issued a challenge calling for robot designs. In response, artists sent designs - and their visions, as well. ...
FBI says it has surrounded last occupiers at Oregon refuge
The FBI surrounded the last four occupiers of a wildlife refuge in eastern Oregon on Wednesday night as the holdouts argued with a negotiator and yelled at law enforcement officers in armored vehicles to back off. ...
Will California gas leak mark a turning point in energy debate?
A massive methane leak may soon end, but its environmental impact is still being weighed. A scientist says it won't have a big effect globally, but it's a setback in efforts to curb greenhouse gases. ...
Mayor Coleman, BLM's Rashad Turner on Crashed Ice protest
Black Lives Matter St. Paul says it plans what it calls a nonviolent shutdown action at Crashed Ice, which starts Feb. 27. ...
Lone wolf kills off-leash dog in Duluth park
The dog's owner was walking him on a trail he'd hiked for years. ...
Report shows massive racial disparities in health care
Generally, white and Asian patients had the highest rates of optimal care, while American Indian and black patients usually had the lowest rates, according to the report. ...
Government sues Ferguson after city tries to revise deal
The federal government sued Ferguson on Wednesday, one day after the city council voted to revise an agreement aimed at improving the way police and courts treat poor people and minorities in the St. Louis suburb. ...
Metro Transit hopes riders hop on speedy new bus line
The new A Line, Metro Transit's first rapid bus line on an urban street, is designed to attract more riders by cutting travel time and improving bus service. ...
Special election enlarges MN House GOP majority by 1
Republican Chad Anderson will fill the seat vacated by DFLer Ann Lenczewski. ...
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