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St. Paul author takes home the highest award in sci-fi
Naomi Kritzer won a Hugo this weekend for her story, "Cat Pictures Please," about an artificial intelligence who is just trying to help -- but is also wreaking havoc. ...
An update on flooding in northeast Iowa
Gary Rustad, Decorah's mayor pro tempore, gives an update on the substantial flood damage and the evacuation of residents. ...
Klobuchar says drug price increase should spur action
Sen. Amy Klobuchar wants Congress to act to reduce prescription drug prices after the cost of medicine to treat severe allergic reactions has spiked. ...
Mississippi ISIS recruit gets 8 years in prison
A Mississippi man who tried to travel to Syria with his fiancee to join the Islamic State group was sentenced Wednesday to eight years in prison on federal terrorism charges. ...
Ode to a Minnesota water tower
When you move to the Midwest, it doesn't take long to appreciate the sentries that stand watch in our communities. ...
After protests, cop who fatally shot Castile placed back on leave
The city of St. Anthony released a statement Wednesday saying it decided to put Officer Jeronimo Yanez back on leave "after reviewing concerns and other feedback from the community." ...
Roundtable: Living conditions in low-rent housing
Three guests share their perspective on the conditions in low-rent housing, from the concerns of tenants to how legislators could act to improve standards of living. ...
Jackpot: Scientists find Earth-like planet at star next door
After scanning the vast reaches of the cosmos for Earth-like planets where life might exist, astronomers have found one right next door. ...
Revisiting the great collector car storage case of 2016
People were unhappy with the picture that was used to show the driveway of the individual, whose case was at the heart of the case which tested a state law regulating these sorts of things. So I snapped a couple of pictures this afternoon. ...
Experts: Housing, education discrimination drive minority wealth gap
Institutional racism plays a big role in the financial divide between whites and many people of color, two national researchers tell MPR News. Listen to the conversation. ...
1 arrested in fatal park shooting near Albert Lea
Authorities say one man has been fatally shot at a state park in southern Minnesota and another man is in custody. ...
American University of Afghanistan attacked in Kabul
Gunmen attacked the heavily fortified campus in Afghanistan's capital on Wednesday evening, and hospital officials say at least one student was killed and 14 injured during the attack. ...
Drying out here, Florida and Gulf Coast hurricane threat grows
Still watching hurricane potential for southeast USA. ...
St. Paul may tap bigger tax hike to avert cuts in cops, rec center
St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman is asking city officials to raise a proposed property tax hike to 7 percent next year to help fill a $3 million budget hole. ...
MN Supreme Court: Drugs can be part of DWI blood test
The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled that a search warrant that allows police to test the blood alcohol content of a suspected drunken driver can also target the use of drugs, even if there's no probable cause to suspect drug use. ...
Coalition of women joins Trump campaign in Wisconsin
Donald Trump's campaign on Wednesday unveiled a coalition of influential women to boost support for the Republican presidential candidate in Wisconsin. ...
Health officials struggle to fight deadly sepsis infections
Although a CDC study released Tuesday found that 80 percent of cases develop outside the hospital or at a nursing home, many people still don't know about this lethal medical condition. ...
Gang rape of aid workers in South Sudan is a turning point
The country faces one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world. But the brutal rape has left aid agencies wondering whether to pull out their foreign staff. ...
The last orange roof
Howard Johnson's was once the largest restaurant chain in America. And now, there's only one. ...
Newly American 'Dreamers' are torn between love and disappointment
Imbolo Mbue's debut novel is one of the best books to deal with the financial crisis of 2007-2008. It's the story of a Cameroonian immigrant couple and the rich, troubled Americans they work for. ...
Getting broadband internet to rural Minnesota is gaining momentum. Is broadband as essential as electricity and running water, thus requiring more government support to make it feasible in sparsely populated areas?
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