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After K.C. bishop's resignation, what of Nienstedt?
Twin Cities Archbishop John Nienstedt hasn't been charged, but his role in protecting priests invites comparisons to Bishop Robert Finn's case. ...
Dreams for high-speed rail here keep crawling along
A train in Japan has set a new record for speed. The maglev train broke the record it set just last week when it reached 603 kilometers per hour, or about 375 miles per hour. ...
Man dies while hiking in northern Minnesota
Rescuers traveled by boat and on foot as snow fell in the dark to reach the man, who is in his late 20s. He was dead when they arrived. ...
University research on antibiotic-resistant bacteria funded
A $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture will fund a project which will monitor resistant bacteria in chicken and turkeys for the next three years. ...
Real courage brings up the rear at Boston Marathon
Maickel Melamed, 39, finished the Marathon this morning a little before the sun came up. Keep in mind it started at noon yesterday. ...
Visitor fee for Apostle Islands ice caves generates $140K
The park instituted a $5 fee for visitors age 16 and over as a cost-recovery measure after 138,000 people visited the ice caves within a two-month period last year. ...
Quality Bicycle Products of Bloomington issues recall
Civia Cycles is recalling aluminum Civia fenders and all Civia Hyland bicycles equipped with the fenders sold between April 2008 through March 2013. ...
Why die on Mars when you can die in South Dakota?
AdWeek says the campaign is worth the gamble because nothing else has made South Dakota attractive. ...
St. Paul police: Missing 8-year-old boy found safe
Joseph Laframboise was found safe on St. Paul's West Side, police said. No other information was immediately available. ...
Minnesota keeps obesity rates lower than neighboring states
The report highlighted that Minnesota has kept its obesity rate below 26 percent since 2010, while states like Iowa and North Dakota have seen rates climb above 30 percent. ...
Enough with the coughing, violinist says
Minnesota classical music fans, you cough too much. Just ask Hilary Hahn, the one-time child prodigy who'd had it with your hacks at a concert at the Ordway last week. ...
'I regret everything': Toni Morrison looks back on her personal life
Now that she's in her mid-80s, celebrated author Toni Morrison feels aches, pains and regret. Her latest book is 'God Help the Child.' ...
Even Lilly Pulitzer's family couldn't beat the rush at Target
The limited edition collection sold out online and in stores shortly after debuting Sunday. ...
Norway becoming first country to eliminate FM radio
Norway is planning to transition completely to digital broadcasting in January 2017. ...
'Miracle on Ice' hockey team doctor attacked at cemetery
KMSP-TV reports George Nagobads was mugged Sunday afternoon at the Crystal Lake Cemetery and left bleeding from the head. ...
Remembering the last days of Vietnam
Next week, as the anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War approaches on April 30, the country will be flooded with stories, TV shows, and memories of the war, which -- at least for a time -- made us reluctant to get into another one. ...
Blue Bell widens recall to all of its products over listeria worries
The CDC says it has traced eight related cases of listeria: five in Kansas and three in Texas. Those cases span a time period from 2011 to 2015. ...
Tuesday bluster; Illinois tornado’s long track
Our weather mellows as the week moves on. We start with more sun and less wind tomorrow. The air mass should support 60 degrees by Sunday. ...
After a colleague’s death, casting off baggage
Twin Cities writer David Brauer has been processing his past since the death of New York Times columnist David Carr, with whom Brauer worked. He poured it out in Minnesota Monthly. ...
Pope OKs resignation of U.S. bishop for not reporting abuse
It's the first known case of a pope cracking down on a bishop who covered up for a pedophile. ...
In the United States the average family will spend $919 on prom - down six percent from last year. Do you think this is too much, too little or just right?
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