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Weekend thaw, cold Turkey Day but good travel
Temps crack the thawing point Saturday and make a run for the 40s from the metro south and east by Sunday afternoon. After Monday, most of the week looks good for Thanksgiving travel ...
House intel panel debunks many Benghazi theories
A two-year investigation by the Republican-controlled House Intelligence Committee has found that the CIA and the military acted properly in responding to the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya. ...
A closer look at Obama's immigration plan: What's in it, who's affected
President Obama's executive actions on immigration are wide-reaching and complicated. Even the top-line numbers -- such as how many people will be affected -- are tough to pin down. ...
On the show Monday
Immigration reform, Food and Wine's Dana Cowin and an update on Minnesota's Sex Offender Program. ...
NFL will hear Adrian Peterson's appeal Dec. 2
Adrian Peterson's hearing will not be in front of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. ...
U.S. Bank to add 3,000 new jobs
CEO Richard Davis said many of the positions will be in the bank's compliance and audit operations. ...
How ‘pointergate’ ended up being about gang signs
KSTP's boss said the station never accused the man posing with Betsy Hodges of being in a gang or flashing gang signs. Emails, though, show that's exactly what KSTP reporter Jay Kolls was doing. ...
Why it’s not going to be ‘nice’ this weekend
Last evening, the CBC posted a voicemail from an irate listener who has had it with weatherpeople promising 'nice' weather at this time of year. ...
Leader of the Minnesota Opera resigns
Kevin Ramach said he is stepping down to return to creative work. ...
Buffalo Braces: From epic snow to flood in 72 hours?
The National Weather Service Office in Buffalo has already issued flood watches based on the expected rapid snowfall melt and incoming rain event. This latest extreme weather event is not over yet. ...
HealthPartners to build neuroscience care center in St. Paul
HealthPartners said it will be the largest freestanding neuroscience center in the Upper Midwest, and will bring together several types of neurological care. ...
New York snow delays Lake Phalen holiday display
Organizers are scrambling after trucks carrying supplies for Holiday Lights in the Park got stuck on the interstate. ...
Twin Cities gang sweep nets 11 on gun, violence charges
Law enforcement says it stopped a violent gang feud that's killed and injured more than a dozen people in the metro area over the last several years. ...
The weekly news quiz
Here are 12 questions based on things that were in the news this week. Take your best shot! ...
Escaping Iraqi violence, Kurds find safe harbor in Moorhead
Five members of a Kurdish family arrived in Fargo Thursday night and joined a growing Kurdish community in Fargo-Moorhead. ...
Birders want Kelm-Helgen gone over Vikes stadium glass
The stadium authority is sticking with its decision to fit the $1 billion stadium with glass that critics say is not bird-safe. ...
Comics stand up against sexual assault
Well before the sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby took root in public discussion after years of claims to which few paid attention, a group of Twin Cities comics had plenty of reason for putting together this weekend's comedy benefit for the Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault ...
Republicans file suit against Obama administration over health law
House Republicans have filed a lawsuit regarding President Obama's actions on the Affordable Care Act. ...
Fond du Lac Band of Minnesota Chippewa joins buyback program
The Fond du Lac Band of Minnesota Chippewa is among 21 Indian communities in 12 states that will join a federal land buyback program by 2017. ...
Lake Shore dig unearths 2,000-year-old artifacts
The archaeological study is being done in Lake Shore before the Highway 77 reconstruction project begins in 2017. ...
Officials are saying the opening weekend of Mnsure went smoothly. Have your experiences been positive or negative?
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