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Blizzard warning posted for central Minnesota
Strong wind will cause considerable blowing and drifting of about 3-5 inches of snow. Forecasters say visibility will be reduced to less than a quarter mile in open areas. ...
Ever cheat at Monopoly? So did its creator: He stole the idea from a woman
The game Charles Darrow sold in the 1930s bore a striking resemblance to a game Lizzie Magie patented in 1904. In "The Monopolists," Mary Pilon tells Monopoly's origin story. ...
Duluth mayor delivers final state of the city address
Don Ness called the first two years of his term a "profoundly awful" time for Duluth. But now, he says, the economy is good and quality of life for residents is better. ...
Little self-defense in Minnesota gun law, report suggests
Because of the way the concealed carry law was written in Minnesota, we're not allowed to know immediately whether a permitted gun was used in shootings in the state, or whether a crime was prevented because of one. It's illegal for the police to say. Only a once-a-year report to the Legisla ...
Controverisal Netanyahu speech is latest glitch in U.S.-Israel relations
The Israeli prime minister speaks to a joint meeting of Congress on Tuesday. ...
Brooklyn Park's African community wants city to reverse ban on amplified music
They say the ban against prevents them from using the suburb's parks in a way that reflects their culture. ...
Police: Minnetonka man shot in face by teenage son
Officials haven't confirmed whether the shooting was accidental or intentional. The man was taken to a hospital in critical condition. ...
The Daily Digest: Highway price tag becomes clearer
Your daily dose of Minnesota politics and policy. ...
Concierge service to help Mayo Clinic serve more Chinese patients
Mayo Clinic wants to use the rapidly growing medical tourism market to draw more Chinese patients to Rochester for treatment. ...
Thomas Edison: How the lightbulb changed everything
MHS History Forum with historian Ernest Freeberg, author of "The Age of Edison: Electric Light and the Invention of Modern America." How the lightbulb changed nearly everything in American life and society. ...
MnDOT details costs of Dayton transportation plan
The Minnesota Department of Transportation Monday put price tags on projects in Gov. Dayton's roads and bridges proposal. Dayton wants a gas tax increase, opposed by Republicans. ...
Bill that would let police keep license plate data clears hurdle
The debate over license plate readers pits civil libertarians worried about privacy rights against law enforcement groups. ...
Park Service temporarily closing Superior ice caves Tuesday evening
With a winter storm coming, rangers decided to close access to the ice caves starting 6 p.m. Tuesday. The earliest the ice caves would be reopened is sometime on Thursday. ...
Tuesday snow and wind, winter is over by Friday
Winter hits hard this week, then ends abruptly on Friday? ...
Legislative leaders want new budget office
Legislation introduced today in the Minnesota House and Senate would create a new nonpartisan state government office to analyze financial matters. ...
Boston Scientific buys Minnetonka line in $1.65B deal
Boston Scientific is buying American Medical Systems' men's and prostate health business, which has 275 Minnesota employees. ...
Franken joins Netanyahu boycott
He says the speech has become a "partisan spectacle." Fellow Minnesota Democrats Keith Ellison and Betty McCollum also plan to boycott the Israeli Prime Minister's address. ...
MnSCU probes alleged plagiarism by two college presidents
The leaders of South Central College and Minnesota State College-Southeast Technical deny they plagiarized their doctoral dissertations. ...
Minnesota permits to carry firearms at historic high
A report released Monday by the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension shows more Minnesotans have valid permits to carry firearms than at any time since the state revamped the gun law in 2003. ...
No jail time for Nelson in assault on ex-football player
Nelson was sentenced Monday to 100 hours of community service for his part in a fight May 11 outside a Mankato nightclub that left Isaac Kolstad with a brain injury. ...
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