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North Dakota legalizes armed police drones
With the passage of a new law earlier this year, North Dakota has become the first state to legalize law enforcement use of armed drones. ...
Kentucky county clerk's office continues to refuse marriage licenses
Citing religious objections, Kim Davis of Rowan County has refused to issue any marriage licenses since the Supreme Court's ruling June 26 that legalized same-sex marriage nationwide. ...
Photos: No chickens, but plenty of fair critters
The crowds are heading in, the 4Hers are showing animals (except chickens), a new lineup fair foods are cooking and the weather is perfect. The State Fair has begun. ...
2 die after being ejected from ATV
Two men died after they were thrown from an all-terrain vehicle and landed in Lake Sakatah in Le Sueur County. ...
Archdiocese puts priest on leave after abuse allegation
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has put a Roseville priest on leave after receiving what it is calling a credible allegation that he sexually abused a minor in the 1980s. ...
Black Lives Matter booth opens at the Fair, march planned Saturday
A St. Paul man has set up a Black Lives Matter booth at the Minnesota State Fair. Organizers still plan to march on the Fair Saturday. ...
Mpls teen dies after falling from fire escape
A Minneapolis Fire Department report says the teen was breathing but unconscious when medics arrived. ...
Biden, considering presidential bid, says family is weighing on him
Confirming rumors that he is seriously considering jumping into the 2016 presidential race, Vice President Biden acknowledged that he is indeed weighing whether to get into the contest. ...
Photos: 18 historic images from the 1963 March on Washington
This week marks the 52nd anniversary of the civil rights event, which featured Martin Luther King Jr.'s iconic "I Have a Dream" speech and an impressive crowd of 250,000. ...
DNR makes changes to rebuild walleye population, mend Mille Lacs relations
Natural resources officials say they're "redoubling" their efforts to boost walleye numbers in Lake Mille Lacs. ...
Rain is on its way to some of us
Our skies today have been a fast-moving mix of clouds, courtesy of a low pressure center in Nebraska, and wildfire smoke. Some showers and thunderstorms developed over southwestern Minnesota during the heating of the day ahead of that low, but they have had difficulty advancing very far into our rat ...
Stories of the Minnesota State Fair
A collection of tales about the storied Minnesota State Fair, including a history of Ye Old Mill, craft brews at the fair and a look back to the 4-H auctions of livestock in 1998. ...
Exactly what kind of socialist is Bernie Sanders?
More Americans say they would vote for a Muslim or an atheist for president than they would for a socialist, according to a recent Gallup Poll. Yet "socialist" is now how Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has described himself throughout his career. ...
Again this year, mayors aim to end vets' homelessness
A new system of tracking homeless veterans gives some credibility to claims that a solution is in sight. ...
Mpls. schools chief sorry for ‘insensitive’ literacy training books
The Minneapolis Public School interim superintendent has apologized for optional materials used at a recent early literacy training program that reinforced some cultural and racial stereotypes. ...
Dr. Sheri Fink: 'Five Days at Memorial,' during Katrina
Physician Sheri Fink gives a 2014 Chautauqua Lecture about her book, "Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital." Dr. Fink won a Pulitzer Prize for her reporting on the hospital workers and patients struggling to survive after Hurricane Katrina devasted New Orleans in late Au ...
Why I’m leaving (your city here)
Every once in a while, we stumble across evidence that there really are signs of intelligent life on this planet. ...
Mpls. cops seek public's help to ID suspects in robbery of 90-year-old
Minneapolis police Thursday posted photos of two suspects they say robbed a 90-year-old woman just before noon on Aug. 5 as she walked home from her neighborhood grocery store. ...
Tall tale: Baby giraffe is latest Como Zoo birth
Cue the "awww" meter. The baby is the 19th giraffe born at the zoo in the past two decades. The yet-to-be named creature may make her public debut today. ...
Report: In a decade (or sooner), Pakistan could be No. 3 nuclear power
Two think tanks estimate that Islamabad could have 350 warheads in the next several years, pushing past rival India and several other nations. ...
Minnesota State Fair
The Minnesota State Fair kicks off this week in St. Paul. Will you be attending the fair?
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