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A vet ruminates on her practice with cows
Each visit brings her into close contact with 70 cows. ...
Lino Lakes PD wins Twitter. Again
Sometimes you just have to stop what you’re doing to acknowledge greatness. This is Twitter greatness Please be considerate when blowing your face off. pic.twitter.com/jWumjkfAcH — Lino Lakes Police (@LinoLakesPD) July 1, 2015 ...
MLS turns to St. Paul for stadium site after Mpls. misses deadline
But a Major League Soccer official did not say Minneapolis' chances are off the table. ...
A cool start to July, full moon tonight
July got off to a May-like start this morning. Areas of light rain cooled the air over parts of western and then southern Minnesota. Meanwhile, the Arrowhead was downright chilly. Some temperatures fell into the 30s: Afternoon highs have been in the 60s and 70s, a bit below the normal high for the d ...
Hello Havana: U.S. set to open embassy in Cuba
The United States and Cuba declared Wednesday they will reopen embassies in each other's capitals this month, marking a historic full restoration of diplomatic relations between the Cold War foes. ...
Is it time for Minnesota to legalize pot for recreational use?
As the vapors of the first medical marijuana prescriptions are settling MPR News host Tom Weber explores what's next for pot in the state. ...
Kids, extreme sports and risk. What's the right balance?
A look at the benefits and risks of extreme sports for kids. ...
Justice Department investigating airlines for possible price collusion
The civil antitrust investigation by the Justice Department appears to focus on whether airlines illegally signaled to each other how quickly they would add new flights, routes and extra seats. ...
Understanding Iran's perspective on a nuclear agreement
"Iranians overwhelmingly want Iran and the U.S. to be friends again," writes University of Minnesota Anthropology professor William Beeman. ...
Appetites: How grilling on the bone makes a difference
The meat is usually the star of the show, but the bones themselves can play a key role in preserving juiciness and tenderness after time on the grill. ...
LGBT life after SCOTUS same-sex marriage ruling
A discussion on what's next for the LGBT community following the Supreme Court decision making same-sex marriage legal across the U.S. ...
Dayton commissioner payroll increase tops $1M
Dayton told MPR News the raises are similar to ones he proposed in January totaling around $800,000. However, the payroll is set to go up much higher for two reasons. ...
Louis Vuitton theft leads to police chase through metro
Eight men were arrested in Woodbury after allegedly stealing merchandise from the Galleria Louis Vuitton store in Edina. ...
Recreational marijuana is now legal in Oregon
People 21 and older can now possess up to an ounce of pot when away from at home and up to 8 ounces at home. It's also legal to grow up to four plants per household. ...
Police identify worker who died in Lakeville trench
Gerald Lyle Thompson, 51, of Apple Valley, died when trench walls collapsed on him as he worked to install drain tile. ...
Aspen Ideas Festival: Sen. Lindsey Graham on values worth fighting for
Sen. Lindsey Graham told the Aspen Ideas Festival audience that this is the most dangerous period in modern times. ...
Clinton announces $45 million fundraising haul
Clinton is the first major candidate to announce their fundraising haul this cycle ahead of a midmonth reporting deadline. ...
Nicholas Winton dead at 106; saved kids from Holocaust
Nicolas Winton has died, and if you don't recognize the name, you might recognize this unbelievable moment from a video that raced around the Internet a few years ago. ...
Greek leader reiterates call for 'no' vote in referendum
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras insisted a rejection of creditors' proposals for a bailout did not mean Greece would leave the eurozone. Greece officially missed a loan payment to the International Monetary Fund today. ...
It's official: You can now take photos during White House tours
The change in policy was announced on Instagram by first lady Michelle Obama. Just leave those selfie sticks at home. ...
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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