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Walker Art Center plans $24M revamp of outdoor space
The project adds more green space along Hennepin Avenue and will landscape the 6.1 acre space to the west of the museum for better views of the Minneapolis skyline. ...
Springtastic Tuesday, thunder threat Wednesday
Bright warm sunshine. Light winds. Afternoon temps in the 60s. Spring takes hold in Minnesota this week. Get ready for one of the finest weather days of Spring 2015 Tuesday. ...
Report: NE Minnesota watersheds 'pristine'
The Lake Superior South, Big Fork and Nemadji River watersheds, which cover about 3,000 square miles, are made up mostly of forests and wetlands. ...
Photos: The making of a taconite mine
Building the Iron Range's first new taconite operation in four decades is no small feat. ...
One killed in crash at Hwy 280 and I-94
The Minnesota State Patrol said Mee Vue, 63, was killed when her Honda CRV crossed a grass median and hit a Ford pickup truck heading eastbound on I-94. ...
Why are more baby boys born than girls?
Scientists have found some unexpected clues that could help explain why 51 percent of the babies born in the United States are male. ...
One boomer’s treasure is another millennial’s clutter
With increasing frequency, some large envelopes have been arriving in my mail lately. My mother has been sending me her treasures -- the remnants of my childhood. She's 93 now and it doesn't take a genius to figure out why, particularly since she's been voicing alarm that she'll die ...
Ex-feds accused of pocketing bitcoins during investigation
Both officials -- one with the Secret Service and the other with the Drug Enforcement Administration -- were on a task force investigating the Silk Road online marketplace. ...
To stay alive, Joel Beeson beat the system too
It's been a little over three years since I first told you the story of Joel Beeson of West Virginia, whose difficulty getting a liver transplant from a living donor is typical of many in his situation. Here's an update on how he's doing. ...
Amid criticism, Indiana's Republicans to revisit religious freedom law
Republican leaders in Indiana say they will work to ensure the state's controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act does not allow discrimination against gays and lesbians. ...
Sure, use a treadmill desk -- but you still need to exercise
Treadmill desks were the trend in exercising a few years ago. The idea was to get moving and lose weight at work. But a new study suggests people don't use them enough to make a difference. ...
Mpls. police: Video shows missing U student entering Mississippi River
Officials say video indicates Jennifer Houle "entered the river" from the 10th Avenue Bridge Friday morning. No suspects are being sought. ...
1 death reported outside NSA after car tried to ram security gate
A car that was intercepted near the security gate of the National Security Agency's headquarters at Fort Meade, Md., was fired upon Monday morning, killing one suspect and injuring another. ...
2 killed in plane crash identified
Witnesses said the small plane appeared to be going "low and slow" before it went down near the Pine River Regional Airport on Friday. ...
Is the end of tipping at hand?
I tried out a new burger joint in the Saint Paul skyway a few weeks ago. The food, though overpriced, was decent, especially by Saint Paul skyway standards. I'll never go back, however. Why? Because after you give the cashier your credit card, she turns the monitor around so you can add a tip ...
Stevie Wonder’s Sunday hymn thrills north Mpls. church
Stevie Wonder brought his big tour to the Twin Cities Sunday night. But a smaller performance at New Salem Missionary Baptist Church stole the show. ...
Spring fling: 70, thunder and severe risk Wednesday
All indications are spring is ready to stick around this year. This week's air mass runs a good 10 to 20 degrees warmer than the average high of 50 degrees for the turn of April. ...
A cure for cancer? What if?
For the last 10 months, CBS has been following the experimental therapy, in which a modified polio gene -- modified so it wouldn't reproduce -- "wakes up" the body's immune system to attack cancer. ...
Trevor Noah will replace Jon Stewart as host of 'The Daily Show'
Noah, 31, has recently served as a senior international correspondent on the show, filing reports on events such as Islamist group Boko Haram's violent attacks in Nigeria. ...
Germanwings crash: Co-pilot was treated for suicidal tendencies
But, a prosecutor says, "documents don't show any hints of [Andreas Lubitz] being suicidal or being aggressive toward other people." ...
Major League Soccer announced that Minnesota will be the home of a new Major League Soccer team. The owners also announced they want to build a new open-air stadium for the team. Do you think it should be funded through public subsidies or privately funded?
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