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Preliminary autopsy shows gunman in ND Wal-Mart shooting was drunk
Marcell Willis, 21, had a blood-alcohol level of 0.19 percent, more than twice the legal limit to drive in North Dakota. ...
Puddle potential may linger into evening
This is one of the wettest weeks of the year climatologically speaking in Minnesota. Today proves the law of averages as multiple waves of showers crisscross the Upper Midwest. ...
Cyclists, pedal pubbers team up for duckling rescue
You've probably noticed that we've reached that time of the year when ducklings and goslings require Twin Cities drivers to make critical decisions: Stop for the critters slowly crossing the road and risk the wrath of drivers behind you who don't know what's going on? Or plow on thro ...
Coming soon: More ads on Instagram, and a 'buy' feature on Pinterest
So far, Pinterest's announcement has been getting more positive responses than Instagram's. ...
The Daily Digest: Details, details, details
Political news from Minnesota and Washington. ...
No, Queen Elizabeth is not dead or in the hospital
Buckingham Palace has taken the unusual step of confirming that Queen Elizabeth went to a hospital for her annual checkup after social media comments touched off speculation on her health. ...
More than 400 missing in Chinese boat disaster; gov't orders censorship
Of the more than 450 people who were aboard the cruise ship when it capsized in rough weather Monday night, only 14 have reportedly been rescued. ...
Bureaucrats to WWII vet: ‘You can’t go home again’
When you're 99 years old, a veteran Marine, and you paid your dues to this country, shouldn't you be allowed to go 'home' in your final days? ...
As spread of bird flu slows in central MN, worries persist about recovery
Producers and poultry workers in Stearns County say their livelihoods will take a while to recover from the virus that's destroyed millions of birds statewide in mostly commercial flocks. ...
Key vote on Minnesota oil pipeline expected this week
The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission hears testimony today on whether the Sandpiper pipeline proposed by Enbridge Energy is needed to transport North Dakota crude to refineries in the Midwest. ...
Arrests follow cockfighting bust in western Wisconsin
Investigators found 1,200 roosters, hens and chicks living in cages or makeshift enclosures without access to food or water. Some were injured. ...
No, the Rolling Stones aren’t banning old backup singers (or are they?)
We've heard weirder rumors than the one that's been circulating in the Twin Cities in recent days about Wednesday night's Rolling Stones concert, but we're hard pressed to recall when. ...
Vikings embrace Peterson's return after suspension
The Minnesota Vikings on Tuesday welcomed chastened running back Adrian Peterson back to the team following his suspension from the NFL last fall amid child abuse allegations. ...
Best Buy CEO: Brick-and-mortar still a vital asset
"Our advantage is we can help you online. We can help you in the stores, and we can also come to your home," Hubert Joly said Tuesday at the University of Minnesota. "And with technology, we believe it is a unique competitive advantage." ...
Showers, Stones and Mr. Jimmy
“You can’t always get what you want.” – Mick Jagger But if the weather maps verify, Rolling Stones fans might get what we need Wednesday night. Wednesday night’s Stones show at The Bank? It’s literally a roll of the tumblin’ weather dice. Most models favor a ...
New campaign urges patients to 'Ask about aspirin'
Using low-dose aspirin can lower rates of a first heart attack or stroke by 10 to 20 percent. But aspirin is not for everyone, a U of M cardiologist said, and patients should consult with their doctors first. ...
Fight over state auditor's job snarls Minnesota budget deal
A skirmish between Gov. Mark Dayton and House Republicans over the scope of the state auditor's job is threatening to hold up the special session needed to finish the budget. ...
Before special session, a few details remain
Monday's agreement between Gov. Dayton and GOP legislators cleared the way ... almost. ...
The scar of the Minneapolis tornado
It's been three years and two weeks since a tornado ripped apart north Minneapolis and while there are still homes in need of repair, you might think that viewed from several thousand feet, you wouldn't know a tornado dropped down on the city. But that notion was dispelled when Reddit user ...
Senate approves USA Freedom Act, Obama signs it, after amendments fail
"Enactment of this legislation will strengthen civil liberty safeguards and provide greater public confidence in these programs," Obama said in a statement after the vote. ...
Plastic Bag Ban
Nearly 200 cities in the United States ban the use of plastic bags. Do you think your city should do the same?
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