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Downtown St. Paul fire sends two to hospital
Crews rescued four adults from a fire across from St. Joseph's Hospital. The fire's cause remains under investigation. ...
Severe storms possible Wednesday afternoon
Wednesday afternoon and evening brings the first significant thunderstorm outbreak of 2015, and the first real risk for severe storms. ...
Judge: South Dakota violated Native American families' rights
Two of South Dakota's largest tribes won a sweeping victory in federal court that could reverberate for tribes across the country. ...
4 UW schools offer buyouts to head off budget cuts
Four University of Wisconsin System schools are offering employees buyouts to help absorb their shares of a $300 million system-wide cut in Gov. Scott Walker's budget. ...
St. Cloud State prof charged with smuggling ivory, rhino horns
Yiwei Zheng worked with two co-conspirators living in China to sell the "highly valued and sought after commodity" between 2006 and 2011, a federal indictment said. ...
Despite criticism, Arkansas passes religious freedom bill
The measure is similar to the controversial law passed in Indiana. Walmart has asked the governor to veto the bill. ...
New suit challenges Southwest light rail route in Minnetonka
A Minnetonka group claims the planned route would harm Opus Hill, a 49-acre natural area. It's the latest legal obstacle to the proposed rail line. ...
Money rules: Unofficial candidates can raise loads of cash
By not declaring, and thus not being constrained by federal limits, unofficial candidates are free to coax billionaires into writing multi-million dollar checks. ...
Iran nuclear talks deadline will be extended by a day, U.S. says
The U.S. says enough progress has been made in talks with Iran on its nuclear program to warrant an extension. ...
Big raise for Met Council leader despite salaries deal
New chairman Adam Duininck is making twice as much as previous leaders at the Metropolitan Council as the position moves to a full-time role. ...
Airplane, car collide on northern Minnesota highway
An emergency landing on a highway near Hawley, Minn., Tuesday turned out OK. But it's clear from the photos that the driver is lucky to be alive. ...
Feds extend Minnesota's education law waiver again
The four-year waiver enables state officials to continue alternative achievement and improvement plans in place of a one-size-fits-all federal standard. ...
Nigerian president said to concede election to opposition candidate
The big issue in the country has been President Goodluck Jonathan's inability to control Boko Haram's Islamist insurrection in the north of the country. ...
State AG: Companies misled with pricey print subscriptions
Some companies in the Minnesota lawsuit charged more than twice the going rate for publications like TV Guide. ...
U.S. promises to cut greenhouse gas emissions up to 28 percent by 2025
The new target was submitted to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change Tuesday. ...
Passenger to pilot: ‘Thanks’
My airline pilot friends reported to me last week that in the aftermath of the Germanwings tragedy, passengers stepping onto their jets were asking them "do you feel alright?". Funny stuff. ...
Rochester police searching for missing student
William "Harry" Hempy was last heard from Wednesday when he called his father. The 21-year-old college student was in Rochester for spring break. ...
'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' will continue on with a new author
Knopf has released the cover for, and a few details about, the newest book starring Lisbeth Salander. ...
St. Paul shootout may rekindle concealed carry debate
An incident in Saint Paul yesterday afternoon should give everyone who likes to debate the concealed carry law a chance to say, 'See? I told you.' ...
5 friends paddle against the current
Over the years, the NewsCut staff has lived vicariously through the cross-country journeys of others. Quite often, they're canoe trips down the Mississippi River. We also have a fondness for those who paddle against the current, which is why it's worth noting today that five paddlers, four ...
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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