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Anatomy of a smoke spike, 90s by Sunday?
Minnesota air quality index (AQI) improved dramatically today as a more northerly wind flow shoved Monday's thick smoke plume southward. ...
Is the end near for the ATM?
U.S. Bank is asking for a better deal at Minneapolis-St. Paul International airport, where 35 million passengers a year are a "captive audience" but the bank still can't make money charging people for money. ...
Air clearer, but wildfire smoke could return
Air quality in most of the state is now rated as "good," according to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. ...
The Daily Digest: Historic vote in South Carolina
Politics from Minnesota and Washington. ...
Acclaimed poet returns home to Winona
Poet Mark Wunderlich is returning to Winona today to read his work for the first time in front of his parents. ...
Pelican Rapids store promoted with Confederate flag
This time it's Erhard, Minn., south of Pelican Rapids, Minn., where someone thought a Confederate flag in the Fourth of July parade was the perfect way to promote the local NAPA auto parts store. ...
‘Ripple’ around the world
You can't beat a song around the world to start a day. Playing for Change is a movement to connect the world through music. And why not? Nothing else seems to be working. The video released this week honors the Grateful Dead's final concert. ...
They survived training, now female Marines await word on ground combat
The women who completed months of tough training say they're ready to serve in ground combat. Now they await results of a study and a Marine Corps decision about whether they'll be permitted to do so. ...
'No one should have the right to prolong my death'
Jennifer Glass was a newlywed when she was diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer. "I'm doing everything I can to extend my life," she says, while advocating for a right-to-die law in California. ...
What every American should know
Eric Liu and Anne-Marie Slaughter spoke at the Aspen Ideas Festival last week about ten things they say Americans should understand. ...
Police: Weekend shootings in Minneapolis not a clear sign of more violence
So far this year, 22 people have been fatally shot in the Minneapolis city, compared to 15 during the same period last year. ...
Fire and rain: Dense smoke plume follows downpours
Not your average Minnesota weather day. What next, locusts? ...
Documents: Cosby said he got drugs to give women for sex
Bill Cosby admitted in 2005 that he got quaaludes with the intent of giving them to young women he wanted to have sex with, and that he gave the sedative to at least one woman. ...
Canadian smoke grounds airplanes in Twin Cities
It's not unusual for airports to report instrument flight conditions, in which it's legal to take off and land only if a flight is operated under instrumental flight rules. But it is unusual for the conditions to exist on an otherwise sunny day. ...
S.C. Senate votes to take down flag; House OK still needed
Gov. Nikki Haley has said she wants the flag to come down and will sign the bill. ...
A Conservative Firebrand From The Start, Ted Cruz Always Had A Plan
Long before Cruz was the Texas senator commandeering the Senate floor, he was a teenager reciting conservative, free-market ideology. ...
Bear at Minnesota Zoo shatters glass barrier with a rock
The Minnesota Zoo in Apple Valley closed the Grizzly Coast exhibit after a bear shattered part of a glass barrier with a rock. A temporary barrier will go up soon. ...
Zebra mussel infestation a first for Morrison County
The invasive pests were confirmed in Fish Trap Lake near Motley, Minn., DNR officials said. ...
Too many governor portraits? State Capitol art panel to hear from public
A state panel will spend the next six months trying to decide what kind of art is needed inside the renovated Minnesota Capitol building. ...
Bear at MN Zoo smashes window, doesn’t escape
'He didn’t know what he was doing. He was just being a bear,' animal collections manager Tony Fisher told the paper. ...
Right to Marry
The Supreme Court made a historic ruling as they declared same-sex couples have the right to marry in all 50 states. Do you support their ruling?
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