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Former Washington County principal charged with theft
Washington County prosecutors said former East Ridge principal Aaron Harper dipped into cash collected from student parking passes and used a school district-issued credit card to buy items unrelated to school expenses. ...
Growing buzz around potential “Super El Nino”
Climate watchers have been buzzing for months now about a possible strong El Nino event in the tropical Pacific. Lately that buzz is becoming a din. ...
Busy border rail line reopens after bridge fire
Three days after a bridge fire south of International Falls, trains are rolling again over a temporary structure. ...
Minnesota tribes press concerns over pipeline plan, wild rice
Two bands worry wild rice crops may be damaged by the proposed Sandpiper oil pipeline. As the tribes hold hearings, state officials plan a major ruling on Sandpiper this week. ...
Budget talks break through; Minn. government shutdown unlikely
Gov. Mark Dayton and House GOP leaders on Monday tentatively agreed to a two-year school spending budget and are close on other issues. ...
Man who killed SW Minnesota bicyclist: 'Don't do what I did'
The man who killed a 33-year-old mother and farmer on a road near Luverne, Minn., last summer is out of jail and warning others of distracted driving's dangers. ...
Charlie Parr performs in the MPR studios
Parr will be performing at Grand Old Day in St. Paul on June 7 and the Blue Ox Music Festival in Eau Claire on June 11. ...
'Shock the World' film looks at the numbers behind Ventura win
A new short documentary by ESPN and FiveThirtyEight looks at the math behind Jesse Ventura's win in the 1998 race for Minnesota governor. ...
Grand jury indicts Barway Collins' dad for premeditated murder
The charges are stiffer than the second-degree charges initially filed against 33-year-old Pierre Collins. His next court hearing is set for July. ...
Rich housewives go under the microscope in 'Primates Of Park Avenue'
These mothers wanted to advocate for their children the best ways they could. It's just that the resources they had at their fingertips and the definition of what was "doing the best for your child" was out of bounds for most of us. ...
Minnesota medical marijuana: What you need to know
Minnesotans can now begin the process of becoming certified to buy cannabis in pill, oil and liquid form. ...
Daudt: Europe trip on hold because of budget talks
As budget talks continue, Republican House Speaker Kurt Daudt vowed to “put everything in my life on hold until this is resolved." ...
How to get rid of millions of dead birds
What happens once the bird flu is detected on a farm? How are the birds destroyed and disposed of? And just how bad does it smell? ...
Jury awards $2.5M to dairy farmers in stray voltage case
The farmers alleged that Wright-Hennepin Cooperative Electric Association's electrical system caused shocks to their cows because it was outdated and poorly maintained. ...
Security guru Bruce Schneier on 'Data and Goliath'
Schneier says we're living in a "golden age of surveillance" and it happened because of computers, smart phones, security cameras and cash registers. He warns that we exude data that paints an intimate picture of who we are. Author of "Data and Goliath: The Hidden Battles to Collect Your Data and Co ...
Trans woman Bruce Jenner debuts Caitlyn in Vanity Fair
Jenner debuted a new Twitter account as well with: "I'm so happy after such a long struggle to be living my true self. Welcome to the world Caitlyn. Can't wait for you to get to know her/me." ...
Takata airbag recall: What you need to know
Listen to three experts discuss the airbag recall and what it says about car safety. ...
To receive full funding, Minnesota colleges must meet a tall order
State lawmakers withheld 5 percent of funding from the MnSCU and University of Minnesota systems until they meet a handful of targets, among them increasing graduation rates and cutting costs. ...
Mpls. leader imagines pedal powered peanut butter plant
First-term Council Member Alondra Cano wants Minneapolis to think more creatively about economic development, although her bike powered peanut butter factory idea is somewhat impractical. ...
Political Junkie: NSA surveillance program expires
Political Junkie Ken Rudin joins MPR News to give his perspective on the national political scene. ...
Plastic Bag Ban
Nearly 200 cities in the United States ban the use of plastic bags. Do you think your city should do the same?
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