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Dayton wants railroads’ help with crossings
DFL Gov. Mark Dayton says a big investment is needed to upgrade railway crossings throughout the state, and he wants the railroads to share in the cost of building roads over the tracks. ...
Minnesota ranchers want wolves off endangered list
Livestock producers can ask state or federal authorities to kill any wolves threatening their animals but cannot take action on their own unless a wolf is threatening human life. ...
Is it OK to disrupt commerce for a social cause?
Saturday’s demonstration at the Mall of America by Black Lives Matter disrupted holiday shopping on the Saturday before Christmas. A few weeks ago, a demonstration promoting the same cause shut down northbound traffic on Interstate Hwy. 35W in Minneapolis. Police made no arrests during the I-35W clo ...
A look back in time: Tall ships on tap for Duluth in 2016
Organizers have high hopes for the next festival and expect to bring a dozen iconic sailing ships. ...
North Korea experiencing severe Internet outages
It's not clear if the Internet connectivity problems were an act of retribution for a major intrusion at Sony Pictures Entertainment that the FBI last week linked to North Korea. ...
Joe Cocker dies at 70
Joe Cocker died today. He was 70 years old. As if Boomers needed another reason to feel old as dirt. ...
Joe Cocker dies at 70
Joe Cocker, the raspy-voiced British singer famous for hit songs such as "Feelin' Alright" and "Up Where We Belong," has died at age 70. ...
A holiday yarn: Creating the Christmas sweater
We visit a volunteer who turns cast-off sweaters into wearable celebrations. ...
How Tinseltown got tipsy: A boozy taste of Hollywood history
Mark Bailey's new book details old Hollywood's legendary love affair with liquor. ...
A gray afternoon with cold rain south and light snow northeast
Snow fell overnight and early this morning in northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin. Overall, snow accumulations were on the order of 1 to 4 inches. The greatest accumulation, 6. 5 inches, was reported three miles north of Butternut in Ashland County, Wisconsin. Other snowfall totals for the a ...
It just needed a little love: An ugly tree ties a town together
When a shabby-looking, 50-foot "Charlie Brown" Christmas tree went up in the middle of downtown Reading, Pa., around Thanksgiving, many saw it as a metaphor for the city's troubles. ...
Vikings raking in the cash from stadium fees
The Minnesota Vikings have sold more than 30,000 seat licenses to fans for more than $80 million. The team aims to sell $100 million in seat licenses for construction costs. ...
NYC police deaths: Details on suspect; rift between mayor and police
New York Police Commissioner Bill Bratton says tensions in the city are at their worst since the 1970s. ...
Court: Wife whose husband forged documents can keep her home
The Minnesota Court of Appeals today awarded a victory to a Bloomington woman, whose home was foreclosed on by CitiMortgage after her now ex-husband took out a mortgage without her knowledge. ...
Twin Cities police departments react to NYPD killings
Minneapolis Police Department spokesman John Elder said there are "heightened states of awareness" about officer safety, but the department's message to officers is to focus on public safety. ...
Pope blasts church bureaucracy, lists 15 'ailments of the Curia'
Pope Francis included 'working too hard,' committing the 'terrorism of gossip' and 'becoming spiritually hardened' on his list, saying church leaders suffer from 'spiritual Alzheimer's.' ...
CEO suggests statehood in Cuba’s future
Back in the day, Cuba was pretty well exploited by American corporations, so a comment from an American CEO on CNBC this morning probably isn't going to go over big on the island. ...
Your daily dose of sweetness today comes from the NewsCut ancestral homeland. ...
A Beautiful World: Millionaire Forrest Fenn leaves clues to hidden treasure
Adventurer, explorer and millionaire Forrest Fenn is 83. He says he's hidden a large golden chest with treasures, artifacts and antiquities that represent a lifetime of adventuring somewhere in the Rockies. Fenn's poem, "Where the Treasure Lies," holds the clues to finding it. ...
St. Cloud faith leaders support Muslim community
Faith leaders met Sunday at the Central Minnesota Islamic Center to discuss four instances of vandalism at the center in one month. ...
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