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Fog dissipates; rather muggy conditions remain
Warm and humid conditions are expected to continue through the weekend. As a cool front approaches on Saturday night chances for strong thunderstorms will be on the rise. ...
Is Minneapolis’ city flag the nation’s ugliest?
People in Chicago love their city's flag. It's everywhere. Where's the love for yours, Minneapolis? ...
Art Hounds: Woody Guthrie and the funniest people
This week Art Hounds lead us to a five-hour dance performance, the funniest stand-up comedy and an exploration of the life and music of Woody Guthrie. ...
White House takes aim at Medicare and Medicaid billing errors
Improper payments by Medicare and Medicaid are wasting billions of dollars a year, the White House budget director said. He called for urgent corrective action in a letter that is now public. ...
Guatemalan President Otto Pérez Molina resigns amid corruption scandal
Prosecutors charge that Pérez Molina was involved in a scheme that gave businesspeople breaks on import tariffs in exchange for bribes. Congress voted Wednesday to lift his immunity. ...
Spreading the word: Obamacare is for Native Americans, too
Many Native Americans rely entirely on free care from the financially strapped Indian Health Service. Advocates say signing up for coverage under the Affordable Care Act can broaden their choices. ...
Federal Ferguson review finds more than 100 lessons for police
An assessment of police response to the demonstrations there calls into question strategies like the overwatch tactic, with officers using rifle sights to survey the crowd from atop tactical vehicles. ...
Warning calls decoded: Squirrels take up bird alarms to foil the enemy
It can take more than just a keen ear to figure out what animals are saying. Sometimes, scientists are learning, you have to talk back to map the rich networks of conversation in a forest. ...
Feds recommend FEMA recover $1.5M in Duluth 2012 flood money
Duluth received a $13 million grant for damage caused by severe storms and flooding in June 2012. But the city did not follow federal procurement standards in awarding $1.5 million for eight non-emergency contracts. ...
The theater and marketing of the returning soldier
This was a nice moment at an NFL pre-season game the other day. A returning soldier surprising his cheerleader-wife at a St. Louis Rams game. It screams 'America!' And also: 'Football!' ...
Dakota name 'Bde Maka Ska' to join signs, Lake Calhoun name remains
A parks panel says "Bde Maka Ska" will join Lake Calhoun's official name on signs surrounding it. ...
Daily Digest: A tragic image goes global
Some items in the news this Thursday. ...
On the farm, a great growing season can't do it all
Larry Dreier has never seen a growing season this good. But his dairy operation will be lucky to break even. ...
Expect more? Empty shelves frustrate Target customers, execs
Target once downplayed its problems keeping stores stocked with merchandise. Target CEO Brian Cornell now says the empty shelves are a serious problem that must be solved. ...
Faces of the Fair: Roz Stendahl, artist
Stendahl has been coming to the fair since the 1970s. She's a graphic designer and illustrator by trade, and the fair gives her a chance to sketch animals up close. ...
Priest may return to ministry after allegation 'not substantiated'
Rev. Gerald Dvorak, who went on a leave of absence in May because of an allegation that he sexually abused a child in the 1970s, will return to ministry after a review found the allegation to be "not substantiated," Archbishop Bernard Hebda said in a statement Wednesday. ...
Alleged risk to BWCA roils PolyMet mine proposal
A panel representing tribes has suggested that polluted water from the mine could flow toward the protected wilderness, instead of away from it. ...
Dean Jones, boyish Disney star, dies at 84
In addition to his film work, Jones played the role of Bobby in the original Broadway cast of Stephen Sondheim's "Company." ...
Warm, sticky weather will continue
Next week will be much cooler and less humid than this week. Many high temperatures will be in the 60s by Wednesday. ...
On new Duluth bus, next stop is the grocery store
The weekly service is part of a nationwide trend toward bringing healthy food options into areas without stores of their own. ...
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