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Nightmare nearly over, Wisconsin gets Minnesota beer
They're pretty excited for Monday to come over in Wisconsin. Starting Monday, they get to drink beer from Minnesota, one more brick in the wall collapsing between the two states. ...
U.S. drops Cuba from list of state sponsors of terrorism
The move follows last month's historic meeting in Panama between President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro. ...
The lasting impact of your first job
Everybody has to start somewhere. "First Jobs" digs into 50 true stories of starting out in the workforce. ...
When drivers aren’t very good at driving
Maybe drivers get cut off. Maybe they spend too much time on smartphones, maybe the kids were screaming. Whatever. We're just not very good at this driving stuff. ...
Flying circles, small plane creates buzz
An Internet service that tracks flight data shows that the plane was in the Chicago area earlier this month, and has since made four extensive flights over the Twin Cities. ...
Twins manager Molitor, coaches making the right moves so far
The Twins are going for their sixth straight win Friday night and are tied with Kansas City for first place in the American League Central division. ...
Temples play First Avenue
The band has attracted quite a following since it formed a couple years ago in the English town of Kettering. ...
Distracted driver hits 4 people on Grand and Snelling avenues
The driver was apparently searching inside the car for his keys, police Sgt. Paul Paulos said. ...
U of M research confirms benefits of early HIV treatment
The study found those who started HIV drugs early were far less likely to develop AIDS or other serious diseases. ...
May precipitation has virtually wiped out drought in Minnesota
University of Minnesota climatologist Mark Seeley says the first half of June is forecast to be wetter than normal, too. ...
U.S. economy shrank at 0.7 percent rate in first quarter
The economy went into reverse in the first three months of this year as a severe winter and a widening trade deficit took a harsher toll than initially estimated. ...
Security guard shoots, kills man outside Maplewood nightclub
The 20-year-old St. Paul man was shot after apparently attacking the nightclub security guard early Friday morning. ...
‘Mysterious’ plane has an eye on the Twin Cities
It's impossible to talk about this mysterious Cessna over the skies of Minneapolis and other America cities without sounding like a soldier in the tinfoil-hat brigade. But the mystery does defy a logical explanation. ...
The Daily Digest: State workers face layoffs
Political news from Minnesota and Washington. ...
Where it stands: The avian flu outbreak in Minnesota
More than 8.2 million birds in 22 Minnesota counties have died from the disease or were killed to prevent its spread. ...
Parts of I-35E in St. Paul, Hwy. 100 in west metro closing Friday
Both freeways are scheduled to reopen by Monday morning. ...
Dowling departs the Guthrie with career-launching play
Joe Dowling's 1986 production of "Juno and the Paycock" at the Gate Theatre in Dublin led him to Broadway and the Guthrie, from which he soon departs as artistic director. ...
National spelling bee crowns co-champs for second straight year
Vanya Shivashankar is the first sibling of a former champion to take home the trophy. Gokul Venkatachalam finished in third place last year behind the co-champs. ...
Minn. regulators approve site permit for huge solar project
Geronimo Energy's Aurora project will build up to 21 solar generation facilities across the state to supply electricity to Xcel Energy customers. ...
Mpls. Veterans Home enters final stage of expansion
The Minneapolis Veterans Home is getting a new 100-bed skilled care nursing facility on its campus, after securing $38 million in federal funds. ...
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