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Jack White will play final concert in Fargo -- tonight
The White Stripes front man says he's planning to take a long break from performing live -- but not before hosting concerts in states where he hasn't yet played. North Dakota tonight will be his last stop. ...
MSP airport police shoot vehicle driving at them in parking ramp
The Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport Police officers arrived on foot to the rental car area of the airport's Terminal 1 parking garage. There, according to the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office, a man intentionally drove a vehicle at them. ...
Obama’s stand-up routine
The White House Correspondents Dinner is the traditional venue for a president to try out his comedic chops, sometimes to limited results. Today, however, President Obama is getting decent reviews for his performance. Which is a switch. ...
Somali community members support arrested men's families with Capitol rally
Six young Somali men accused of trying to join ISIS in Syria were charged last week in federal court. ...
Farmers markets around the Twin Cities 2015
It's a sure sign of spring: farmers markets all over the region are opening for the season. ...
Where is the parking in St. Paul?
A new study found that St. Paul needs to do a better job of informing drivers about available parking spaces. ...
Protesters pledge to 'shut down' Baltimore over police custody death
People gathered for what organizers say will be the largest demonstration to date in support of Freddie Gray, who died after sustaining a fatal spinal cord injury during or after his arrest. ...
Duluth Homegrown Music Festival puts local acts in the spotlight
The festival showcases 200 bands from the Duluth-Superior area, from relative unknowns to well-known favorites like Trampled by Turtles and Charlie Parr. ...
Enbridge files application to replace Minnesota pipeline, would create largest capacity line
Enbridge Energy filed an application with the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission Friday to ask that a pipeline from North Dakota to the Wisconsin border be replaced. ...
What to see at the St. Paul Art Crawl
The work of over 300 artists will be on display at 30 locations around St. Paul. ...
Jenner: 'For all intents and purposes, I am a woman'
In an interview with Diane Sawyer on ABC's '20/20', the former gold-medal-winning Olympic decathlete described a struggle with gender identity that began in childhood. ...
These animals might go extinct because no one wants to eat them
Many species have gone extinct because humans hunted them into oblivion for their meat. But there's another group of animals that are endangered because we've lost interest in breeding them. ...
Powerful aftershock jars Kathmandu; Nepal quake toll rises
The desperate search for survivors continues Sunday in Nepal. Strong aftershocks woke thousands of Nepalese who were forced to spend the cold night outdoors. ...
A black eye, a middle finger and other tales from a White House press secretary
Dana Perino served at the end of President George W. Bush's second term, and she's out with a new book about her life and her time at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. ...
Wild beat Blues 4-1, take 3-2 series lead
After allowing six goals in two periods in a 6-1 loss in Game 4, Wild goalie Devan Dubnyk made 36 saves in Game 5. ...
Part of St. Paul Macy's site to be sold; will house unnamed national retailer
Port Authority officials said they hope the move, which will bring a a still-to-be-identified national retailer to occupy about 10 percent of the building, will encourage other groups to claim their spots in the former department store. ...
There is too crying in baseball
You know what word every parent wants to hear one time before they die? 'Thanks.' Brian Peterson of Nebraska, a Massachusetts native, got his wish on Monday from his three daughters, whom he raised after his wife -- their mom, of course -- died from cervical cancer. ...
Man charged for sending threatening tweets in ISIS case
His tweets allegedly threatened that if his "brothers" weren't released, "a massacre is going to happen." ...
DNR accidentally burns 4,500 acres of Roseau County
Workers from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources intentionally lit a slash pile on Nov. 25, triggering a wildfire. It appeared to burn out in a few weeks, but coals buried deep in root clusters smoldered through the winter. ...
Cass Lake teen ordered to pay for wildfire costs
Anthony James Wittner pleaded guilty to felony wildfire arson for setting a fire that burned 76 acres of forest, forcing 10 families from their homes. ...
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