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Fitch declines to testify, defense rests in cop killer trial
Accused of killing a Mendota Heights police officer, Brian Fitch on Thursday declined to take the stand on his own behalf. Closing arguments are expected Monday. ...
School bus runs over legs of student in Pelican Rapids
The elementary school student was exiting the bus Wednesday afternoon when he tripped and another bus that was coming to park ran over his legs. ...
Plan to transform downtown Rochester goes to city council
The Destination Medical Center project, which focuses on the Mayo Clinic's projected growth, is one step closer to final adoption. ...
TX lawmaker requires Muslim visitors to renounce terrorism
In Texas today, it's Muslim Capitol Day, an-every-other-year event whose sponsors call it 'an opportunity for community members to learn about the democratic political process and how to be an advocate for important issues.' They needn't call on Rep. Molly White. ...
Sen. McCain to protesters: ‘…you low-life scum’
It was old-timers day at the Capitol in Washington today when Sen. John McCain's Armed Services Committee held a hearing to hear from three former secretaries of state: Henry Kissinger, George Schultz, and Madeline Albright. ...
Senate prepares to OK Keystone XL pipeline despite veto threat
Sixty senators support the measure, but it doesn't appear to have enough backing to override a presidential veto. A vote could come as early as today. The House approved a similar measure this month. ...
Portugal to offer citizenship to descendants of expelled Jews
Portugal's Jews were expelled, burned at the stake or forcibly converted to Christianity 500 years ago. The government wants says it wants to right a wrong. Spain approved a similar law last year. ...
Time to make public transit free?
In the wake of our discussion downstream about Gov. Mark Dayton's plan for tax and fee increases to solve Minnesota's transportation ills, CityLab has a well-timed article today: Why can't public transit be free? ...
MN bill would make it harder to opt out kids from vaccinations
Rep. Mike Freiberg, DFL-Golden Valley, says he would require people who don't want to give their children vaccines to consult a doctor first. ...
At least 3 dead, dozens injured in explosion at Mexico City maternity hospital
A gas tank truck exploded while servicing the maternity and children's hospital in Mexico City. Fifty-four people were hurt and an unknown number remained trapped. ...
Timberwolves deliver sweet shot to Kevin Love’s return
You've got to give the Minnesota Timberwolves marketing team credit. In the face of a nearly unwatchable product, they're still plugging away trying to create something resembling excitement. ...
Rare fox takes a walk in the park, and Yosemite staff cheer
It's been nearly 100 years since a sighting of a Sierra Nevada red fox was documented in Yosemite National Park, according to park staff. ...
In S.D., come for the hockey. Stay for the racism
Looking for the racists at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Rapid City? They're up in the luxury boxes. ...
In Wisconsin, pro sports gets cash, education gets cut
Critics of soon-to-be-presidential-candidate Gov. Scott Walker in Wisconsin have certainly noticed the message he sent this week about what's important in his state: professional sports, specifically an NBA franchise. ...
Mpls. Washburn takes cautionary steps following 'non-credible' threat
While the high school found no "unsafe materials," students will remain in rooms during class periods today, outer doors are locked and visitors need ID to enter the building, the school said. ...
Obama's budget would undo broad, automatic cuts made in 2013
The president officially will release his fiscal 2016 budget to the public on Monday. ...
St. Paul East Side billboard awaits feel-good message
The rather delicious infighting among Saint Paul City Council members over the fate of a typical cruddy billboard reveals this factoid today: East Side residents need inspirational and promotional messages, according to area politicians. ...
Winter strikes back
This weekend's arctic front delivers a shot of noticeably colder air with sub-zero chills. Arctic high pressure noses south behind the weekend front. ...
Mahtomedi mayor: Tighter screening of firefighters needed
The mayor of Mahtomedi thinks mental health evaluations might be in order for potential firefighters and paramedics in light of a recent local homicide. ...
So long, 5th Street
The end is nigh for drivers trying to avoid westbound traffic on I-94 in Minneapolis, the Star Tribune reports. ...
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