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St. Olaf cancels baseball season, cites hazing
A hazing investigation resulted in the cancellation of all remaining baseball games, or about half the season, at the Northfield, Minnesota college. ...
Cedar-Riverside tenants protest lack of parking, discrimination
Residents of Riverside Plaza have complained about a lack of parking spaces and broken elevators at the building owned by Sherman Associates. Management is meeting with tenants' and community leaders to address the concerns. ...
1,000 Words: A Strib goodbye
It's not fashionable to like newspapers anymore, but Baird Helgeson's tweet today is a solid reminder of the daily miracle that happens each day. ...
Warm front ahead: Spring fling 60s next week
Our warm front comes with gusty south winds Saturday and even stronger northwest winds behind another front Sunday. ...
Head of stadium agency calls pay dispute 'distraction'
A consultant looked at salaries and found what appeared to be a case of gender inequity. ...
Boy ran barefoot to school, seeking protection from mom
Nine-year-old cried, "My mom is trying to kill me," court records say. ...
U of M critics: Drug research reform needs work
The University of Minnesota has stopped enrolling test subjects in 17 drug studies pending an external review. Additional recommendations are expected in May. ...
App that blocks profanity in books draws ire from writers
Clean Reader -- an app designed to find, block and replace profanity in books -- has drawn considerable criticism from authors. This week, makers of the app announced they would no longer sell e-books. ...
Dayton calls for felony-level penalties against poachers
Gov. Mark Dayton called for cracking down on poachers with tougher criminal penalties and longer revocations of their hunting and fishing privileges. ...
MN officials press White House over ‘illegal’ steel
With two Minnesota taconite plants closed, Minnesota lawmakers want the federal government to crack down on cheap steel imports. ...
The sanctity of the varsity letter jacket
In Wichita, Michael Kelley, who has Down Syndrome and autism, plays on a school's special needs basketball team. His mom bought the young man a varsity letter jacket like other kids wear. The principal made him remove it. ...
A primer on the albatross of the student loan
Writer Jay Gabler, who I'm happy to say is a public radio colleague, pretty well sums up the student loan situation, which generally gets very little sympathy from the older crowd for some reason. ...
MnDOT: Highway 100 set to close for weekend
Minnesota Highway 100 will close this weekend between Interstate 394 and Minnesota Highway 62, starting at 9 p.m. tonight. ...
The art of the obituary: Death of the captain
The Homer Tribune in Alaska and the person who wrote the obit of Donald Malcom Jr., get our admiration in our continuing search for the properly-crafted obituary. ...
Senate DFL wants surplus used for schools, reserves
Minnesota Senate Democrats released a budget outline Friday that would spend nearly $43 billion dollars over the next two years and provide more than $200 million in tax cuts. ...
Official report: Nuclear waste accident caused by wrong cat litter
An official investigation into a 2014 accident at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in New Mexico has concluded that organic cat litter is the culprit. ...
Duluth police trying to find missing kids
The children, ages 6 months and 2, were taken by their non-custodial mother, the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says. They may be in St. Paul. ...
Do you believe in ghosts? You might after reading this book
Author Hannah Nordhaus unravels the story of Santa Fe's most famous ghost, who just happens to be her great-great-grandmother. ...
Police departments open up 'safe lots' for Craigslist transactions
The idea is to provide the public a well-guarded space for buying and selling its stuff. ...
BBC Documentary hunts for Prince's vault
The BBC's Mobeen Azhar travels to Minneapolis to meet with Prince's sound engineer, former band mates and friends to talk about the musicians prolific songwriting abilities — and to try and discover what's really inside the fabled vault of this local legend. ...
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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