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Twins lose, take final bow of the season
Minnesota was eliminated from the AL wild-card race Saturday, getting stifled by Yordano Ventura for seven innings in a 5-1 loss to the Kansas City Royals. ...
Lake Calhoun signs updated to include the lake's Dakota name, Bde Maka Ska
Signs at Lake Calhoun have been changed to include the lake's Dakota name, Bde Maka Ska. The new signs were approved last month by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board. ...
Oregon shooter's death was suicide, authorities say
The local sheriff, speaking at an afternoon news conference, also said that authorities had recovered yet another gun from the shooter's residence, bringing to 14 the number of weapons linked to him. ...
Mineview in the Sky, an Iron Range tourist attraction, to close Sunday
For 36 years, Mineview in the Sky has offered views of the operating United Taconite Mine and the waters that fill the abandoned Rouchleau mine pit. It will close Sunday to make for United Taconite's expansion. ...
Vatican fires priest after he comes out as gay ahead of bishops' meeting
Monsignor Kryztof Charamsa appeared at a news conference with his partner. In an interview he called the Church's stance on homosexuality "backwards." ...
All about the Twin Cities Marathon: Records, traffic and the route
Check out an annotated map of the course and dig into some marathon facts and trivia. Did you know a couple once got married mid-race? They exchanged vows at mile 20. ...
50-year-old father to defend Twin Cities Marathon title
"It's a little hard now. I'm getting older," said Mbarak Hussein, a Kenyan native who lives in New Mexico. Hussein won the men's masters race in the 2014 Twin Cities Marathon, and will compete again Sunday. ...
Meet the next Secretary of Education
John King Jr. is Arne Duncan's deputy and was New York's education commissioner before heading to Washington. Like the man he's replacing, he's no stranger to controversy. ...
Farmer finds woolly mammoth bones in Michigan field
A Michigan farmer unearthed the skeleton of a woolly mammoth in his soybean field. Mammoths were common in North America before they disappeared around 11,000 years ago. ...
Swordswoman, opera singer, runaway: 'Goddess' chronicles a fabled life
Author Kelly Gardiner's new novel is a fictionalized version of the life of Julie d'Aubigny, a swashbuckling 17th-century fencer-turned-opera singer whose exploits often seem stranger than fiction. ...
Kunduz airstrike reportedly kills 19 at Doctors Without Borders hospital
A trauma center in northern Afghanistan run by the international aide group was destroyed early Saturday at about the same time as that a U.S. airstrike in the area. ...
When baby sleeps near mom, guess who doesn't sleep well?
By measuring sleep patterns of first-time mothers and their infants, Israeli researchers learned just how tiring it can be just having a baby in the same room at night. ...
Minnesota man turns antler-art hobby into business
Troy Lang's work consists of lamps, knives, coat racks, wine racks, and more -- he even carves replica morel mushrooms out of antlers. ...
U of M will take on debt to build athletics complex
Also, the Department of Education Office of Civil Rights has wrapped up its investigation into the athletics program related to a Title IX complaint filed in 2014. ...
Oregon shooting victims: Teens just starting out, teacher
The nine people killed after a gunman opened fire on an Oregon community college campus took different paths to the small rural college, ranging from teens starting college for the first time to adults who were seeking a second career. ...
Obama rejects Russian approach to ending Syrian war
President Obama said that he will not turn the situation in Syria into a proxy war between the United States and Russia. ...
Army veteran praised as a hero in Oregon college shooting
Chris Mintz ran at the attacker and tried to block the door to a classroom and protect his classmates. ...
Baltimore author discusses 'Living (And Dying) While Black'
Author D. Watkins says that crack destroyed his East Baltimore neighborhood, and he explains how the real day-to-day of selling drugs is nothing like the movies. His new book is 'The Beast Side.' ...
'Tacopedia': A tasty tour of Mexico's taco culture
From the smoked marlin tacos of Baja California to the fried flower tacos of Chiapas, Mexico is home to endless interpretations of this essential dish. A new tome documents this vibrant taco cuisine. ...
Oregon gunman was Army dropout who studied mass shooters
Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin has said repeatedly that he and his deputies are not going to say the shooter's name because that's what he would have wanted. ...
Protest at MN Marathon
Do you think Black Lives Matter should protest during this Sunday’s Twin Cities Marathon?
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