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When a big food firm wants a smaller footprint, the farmer steps in
In the near future, if farmers and other suppliers want to keep General Mills' business, they'll have to support its sustainability goals. ...
Minnesota braces for legal fight over PolyMet mine decisions
Lawsuits stemming from PolyMet Mining Corp.'s proposal to build a copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota are expected regardless of whether state regulators approve the project's needed permits. ...
Rabbi Harold Kushner on things that matter
Rabbi Harold Kushner says "the longer you see yourself as a victim, the more you see other people as the enemy." He is a best-selling author and one of America's best-known religious leaders. Kushner told the audience at the Basilica of Saint Mary in Minneapolis to "hold onto your integrity, no matt ...
Timewasters: Cow art
These are tough times on the farm, we're told. Commodity prices are down and the harvest again was way too bountiful. Many farmers are now losing money. It's not that we disbelieve any of the stories we're hearing. We just wonder what it is that farmer Derek Klingenberg is doing right ...
To reduce infant deaths, doctors call for a ban of crib bumpers
Those adorable padded bumpers shown in baby-gear catalogs can be a hazard, and researchers say babies continue to suffocate even though a federal agency has told parents not to use them. ...
Obama: No specific, credible terrorist threat against U.S.
The president gave a statement urging Americans to travel and gather this Thanksgiving holiday weekend without fear. ...
Human services chief eyed for MN appeals court post
Minnesota Department of Human Services Commissioner Lucinda Jesson is one of four candidates under consideration for state appeals court judge. ...
A young adult book about a police beating and a hard choice
A new young adult book tells the story of a police beating from two perspectives: the black boy who was beaten, and a white boy who witnessed it. ...
How to get a job when you have a criminal record
This month, President Obama announced federal agencies must remove the box that asks prospective employees to disclose their criminal records. But is that enough to solve the employment problem for felons? ...
Inside the mind of Kevin Garnett
The forthcoming issue of ESPN the Magazine has a fascinating inside look at Minnesota Timberwolves legend Kevin Garnett and the things that make him tick. And, for once, we understand why the NBA fossil is so slow to retire. ...
Attack on Kunduz hospital a 'tragic but avoidable accident,' Pentagon finds
The Oct. 3 strike on a Doctors Without Borders facility in Afghanistan -- which killed 30 people -- was found to be the result of human error, compounded by faulty equipment and communication failures. ...
2 hockey players plead guilty in Minnesota sex tape case
Thomas Carey and Brandon Smith were accused of filming a video with a teenage girl in a Moorhead hotel last year. Both players were suspended from the U.S. Hockey League's Lincoln Stars. ...
The voices you should hear before you drive drunk today
We ignore the usual warnings because it's just the way we are. Part of it is because we don't see the tears in the eyes of people like Courtney Pogones, of Austin, Minn. ...
Hillary Clinton plans campaign event in Minneapolis
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will appear at an event in Minneapolis on Dec. 15, her campaign announced Wednesday. ...
KC and the Sunshine Band's hit song was toned down for radio
Lead singer Harry Wayne Casey says that when he first wrote the song, the "uh huh, uh huh" part sounded a lot more like moaning and groaning. ...
Russia calls downing of plane a 'planned provocation'
One of two pilots survived. Turkey maintains it has a right to defend its airspace. Russia says it will deploy advanced anti-aircraft missiles to its base in Syria. ...
Watching Thanksgiving glaze ice and snow potential
Thanksgiving system brings a wintry mix. ...
Brussels cautiously opens for business as search for suspects continues
The Belgian capital remains on high alert but schools, businesses and subway stations are reopening to the public. ...
Cheap gas fueling Thanksgiving travel; snow possible Thursday
The average price for a gallon of regular gas is $1.98 in the Twin Cities. Meanwhile, we could be in store for a white Thanksgiving. ...
Football fan files police protest with doughnuts
According to the University of Wisconsin Police Department in Madison, nobody likes coconut doughnuts. That's why they make the perfect symbol of protest for a UW fan who was thrown out of Camp Randall recently. ...
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