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Just how much pee is in that pool?
Scientists have now identified an easy way to measure pool urine -- by looking for traces of a common artificial sweetener. Urine in pools mixed with chemicals can pose a potential health threat. ...
Hero in Kansas shooting: ‘We should stick up for each other’
When shots start, we run. It's instinct. It's entirely forgivable. Some people don't run. Ian Grillot didn't run. ...
Sorry, salad lovers: We may have no mesclun mix (for two weeks)
The system that delivers fresh greens to supermarkets is having a hiccup. There may be a nationwide shortage of salad mix in a few weeks. You can blame wet weather in Arizona and California. ...
Best Buy shares sink on lagging sales, weak outlook
Same-store sales, a key indicator of a retailer's health fell 0.7 percent overall, falling short of expectations. ...
Childbirth claims an Ebola-fighting hero
Salome Karwah, who represented the Time Person of the Year two years ago after fighting the Ebola outbreak in Liberia, seemed invincible. ...
After video of dispute with driver, Uber CEO says he needs to 'grow up'
Travis Kalanick apologized Tuesday for his actions in a video posted this week, in which Kalanick had a heated argument with an Uber driver after the driver raised complaints about pay. ...
Brother Ali to release a new album
"All the Beauty in This Whole Life" will be released on May 5. ...
Some see 'flat-fee primary care' as a GOP-friendly way to provide routine care
In "direct primary care," a model favored by HHS Secretary Tom Price, patients pay a monthly fee to doctors for basic health care. But does that really provide better value? ...
HBCUs graduate more poor black students than white colleges
Roughly half of HBCUs have a freshman class where three-quarters of the students are from low-income backgrounds, while just 1 percent of non-HBCUs serve as high a percentage of low-income students. ...
In Kanabec County, ‘we have cows’
An odd thing happened while a Kanabec County sheriff's deputy was looking for a cow in the road on Highway 23 on Monday night. He hit it. It turns out the cow was in the road on Highway 23, the Pioneer Press reports. ...
Lady Gaga replaces Beyonce at Coachella
Gaga will take over the Saturday night headliner slot at the desert festival. ...
Billboard about gender roles sparks debate, protest in North Carolina
"Real men provide. Real women appreciate it," is the message displayed on a new billboard along the highway near Winston-Salem. It wasn't received well by some in the community. ...
Mumps the word: Players hope NHL can contain latest outbreak
On Monday, the Minnesota Wild announced forwards Zach Parise and Jason Pominville and assistant coach Scott Stevens were diagnosed with the highly contagious disease and must miss at least three games. ...
As predicted, Vikings stadium is killing field for birds
It's not as if someone didn't tell you that the new Vikings stadium would be a bird killer. Let's be honest: People didn't care if it would. ...
A snow-slickened morning to begin March
A weekend warmup remains on the agenda. High temperatures should reach the 50s on Saturday and especially Sunday over about the southern half of the state. The north will see a lot of snow-melting 40s. ...
Just what IS a charter school, anyway?
The Trump administration has indicated that charter schools are a major part of its education agenda. Many Americans, though, aren't sure how they work. ...
Trump repeals rule designed to block gun sales to certain mentally ill people
The president signed a measure into law that rescinds an Obama-era rule aimed at blocking gun sales to certain mentally ill people. The rule would have deemed about 75,000 people mentally incapable. ...
In emotional moment of speech, Trump addresses Navy SEAL's widow
In the president's speech to Congress Tuesday night, he praised Ryan Owens, who was killed in a raid in Yemen. The president addressed Owens' widow, who wept as she sat in the House gallery ...
About 100 Rochester students to be removed if not vaccinated
More than 100 students in Rochester will be sent home from school on Wednesday unless they can prove they've been vaccinated or are exempt. ...
Daily Digest: Surplus grows, Trump speaks
The state has more money as the governor and lawmakers get down to work on a two year budget. ...
Do you support the bill working its way through the Legislature that would repeal the ban on Sunday liquor store sales?
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