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Our continuing look at climate change
The latest research on our changing climate. ...
In Wisconsin, pro sports gets the cash, education gets cut
Critics of soon-to-be-presidential-candidate Gov. Scott Walker in Wisconsin have certainly noticed the message he sent this week about what's important in his state: professional sports, specifically an NBA franchise. ...
What Disneyland measles outbreak means for anti-vaccine movement
We discuss this latest outbreak, and talk about what's behind the push away from vaccines. ...
Mpls. Washburn takes cautionary steps following 'non-credible' threat
While the high school found no "unsafe materials," students will remain in rooms during class periods today, outer doors are locked and visitors need ID to enter the building, the school said. ...
Obama's budget would undo broad, automatic cuts made in 2013
The president officially will release his fiscal 2016 budget to the public on Monday. ...
St. Paul East Side billboard awaits feel-good message
The rather delicious infighting among Saint Paul City Council members over the fate of a typical cruddy billboard reveals this factoid today: East Side residents need inspirational and promotional messages, according to area politicians. ...
Winter strikes back
You knew it would happen again sooner or later. Temperatures in Minnesota take a nosedive the next few days as winter returns to the forecast. ...
Mahtomedi mayor: Tighter screening of firefighters needed
The mayor of Mahtomedi thinks mental health evaluations might be in order for potential firefighters and paramedics in light of a recent local homicide. ...
So long, 5th Street
The end is nigh for drivers trying to avoid westbound traffic on I-94 in Minneapolis, the Star Tribune reports. ...
Malaysia says disappearance of MH-370 was an accident
The aircraft is thought to have crashed somewhere in the southern Indian Ocean in March of 2014, but search crews haven't found a trace of it. ...
Super Bowl sideshow of the day: Do players need media?
If there's one thing people don't much care for, it's the media getting a little too full of themselves. Saint Paul Pioneer Press writer Brian Murphy might have found that out when he weighed in Marshawn Lynch's one-answer-for-every-question performance at Super Bowl media day. ...
And so we meet, again: Why the workday is so filled with meetings
The average American office worker spends more than nine hours of every week preparing for, or attending, project update meetings, according to a new survey. ...
For long-haul drivers, cheap gas means a sweeter commute
The plunge in gas prices is expected to save the average household about $750 this year. For rural families and others who drive a lot, the savings will likely be even greater. ...
St. Paul saves dilapidated billboard
A bitterly divided St. Paul City Council voted Wednesday to preserve a dilapidated and disused billboard perched above the Eastern District police station. The billboard, which dates to the 1940s when the building was owned by Hamm’s Brewing, has been blank since 2013. But Council Member Dan B ...
30 years later, Minn. doctor still opening doors in fight against AIDS
There was little help for patients when Dr. Keith Henry opened Minnesota's first AIDS clinic in 1985. Things are dramatically better now, although he says there are still too many new cases. ...
EPA says Minnesota businesses best at reducing pollutants
An EPA report says Minnesota businesses implemented measures that resulted in a reduction of nearly 1 million pounds in the quantity of toxic pollutants generated in 2012 and 2013. ...
Nebraska-based company to close Minneapolis cracker factory
ConAgra has decided to stop making RyKrisp crackers due to low demand, although the product was once popular among dieters and Scandinavians. ...
The Daily Digest: DHS asks for more money amidst layoffs
Your daily dose of Minnesota politics and policy. ...
Intelligence Squared debate: Is Amazon a friend to readers?
A debate from NPR's Intelligence Squared series about the value of books. Four experts debate the motion, "Amazon is a reader's friend." Attorney and the best-selling author of legal thrillers Scott Turow is one of the debaters, as they explore the future of book publishing and the best way to serve ...
Court orders New Ulm, Duluth dioceses to release sex abuse documents
A judge ordered the two dioceses and Oblates of Mary Immaculate to provide all documents regarding alleged abuse by any priest employed by the churches or was present at any of their facilities since 1949. ...
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