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Faces of the fair: Justus, young goat farmer
Justus Larson lives on a farm in Franklin Township, Minn., with three goats, plus several cats and chickens. This year was his first competing at the fair with 4-H. ...
Image of dead Syrian child shakes up media coverage of refugee crisis
The photographs of 3-year-old Aylan Kurdi, his lifeless body washed up onto a Turkish beach, forced the current refugee crisis onto front pages, home pages and Facebook feeds across the world this week. ...
You probably weren’t amused by the blustery northwesterly winds and autumn-like chill of August 24th. Our high temp in the Twin Cities was only 67 degrees that day, and some people were thinking that summer was over. Minnesotans learn to adjust to meteorological bumps in the road. Our high t ...
Thief steals bees, $900 worth of honey in Kandiyohi County
Some area beekeepers are taking security precautions after a number of beehive boxes and about $900 worth of unprocessed honey were stolen near the west-central Minnesota town of New London. ...
Minnesota adds solar energy infrastructure but still lags nation
A new report says Minnesota's per capita solar energy capacity grew by 42 percent last year, though the state still lags far behind in overall solar electricity generation ...
Ben Carson, the other Republican outsider on the rise
The retired neurosurgeon has drawn big crowds in Iowa, and he's catching up with Donald Trump in the polls there. Like Trump, he has no background in elected office. ...
Temp jobs, part-time needs drive MN job vacancies
Minnesota employers had nearly 100,000 job openings from April to June, the highest level in 14 years, state officials said Thursday. Most were for part-time, temporary or seasonal work. ...
Bias and objectivity in 2016 campaign coverage
"It is about intellectual honesty," says Jay Rosen, New York University journalism professor. "Let's blow up the bias discussion and make it about trust." ...
Water rising again in White Bear Lake, but will it stay?
Water levels in the northeast Twin Cities lake seem to be on the upswing. Some locals, though, still want state lawmakers' support for a new water supply system. ...
Judge rejects UCare bid to halt public health program signup
The lawsuit will still proceed with a trial set for November, but the open enrollment process slated to begin Friday will go on. ...
Climate Cast: Responsible corporate citizens
Why major corporations are getting serious about climate and who holds them accountable for their commitments. ...
S.C. to seek death penalty for Dylann Roof in Charleston shooting
Prosecutors called Roof's actions "the ultimate crime that deserved the ultimate punishment." ...
GOP Rep. Kline won't run again for U.S. House
DFLers believe Kline's district may be competitive in 2016. Although Kline beat his opponents by large margins, President Obama won there in 2012 as did Sen. Al Franken in 2014. ...
Personal finance with Ruth Hayden: Rethinking retirement
How to retire in stages. ...
Chargoggag… etc. revisited
I made a big massadchuset out of a small tweet about an intriguing name of a lake. ...
Robert Redford and Maureen Dowd at JFK Library
Robert Redford's newest movie, "A Walk in the Woods" opened this week, and the 79 year old Redford tells Maureen Dowd of the New York Times he had hoped to make the movie with his old friend Paul Newman. Hear Robert Redford on his movie career, the media, the role of sports in society, environmental ...
Photos: Humans of Creative Activities
Thousands of Minnesotans show off their skills every year at the State Fair's Creative Activities building. We want to introduce you to a few of them. ...
Woolly mammoth: Shearer saves hugely overgrown sheep
A sheep found in the wild in Australia had to undergo emergency shearing -- 89 pounds, 3 ounces of wool was cut away. The sheep's weight reportedly dropped by half. ...
Minnesota cops storing thousands of backlogged rape kits
Some 400 Minnesota law enforcement agencies are holding 3,449 untested rape kits, according to data requested by MPR News. The kits are vital in collecting evidence in sexual assault cases. ...
Book briefs: No third novel hiding in Harper Lee's safe-deposit box
A rare books expert has examined the bank box and said there are no other long-lost drafts. But that doesn't mean we've heard the last from Harper Lee. ...
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