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Minnesota suspends statewide student testing amid technical woes
Minnesota students faced delays up to an hour Tuesday morning when they tried to take their state exams. More problems popped up in the afternoon. Similar glitches surfaced last week. ...
Is your employer effective at measuring performance?
It’s possible to rank employees in entirely new ways in the age of big data. ...
Sunnier days return; warm and stormy early May?
These are the days we are reminded the only thing between the Arctic Circle and Minnesota is a barbed wire fence at the Canadian border. ...
Red River contractor pays $1.8M to settle flood project allegations
R.J. Zavoral & Sons construction misled federal officials in order to land a contract on the Heartsville Coulee Diversion project, the U.S. Attorney for Minnesota said. ...
NE Mpls. park wins a big federal grant
Eight cities will get money from a fund set up to help disadvantaged neighborhoods. ...
Lawmakers at odds over bird flu bill
Both the House and Senate want to provide money to respond to the avian flu outbreak, but they're fighting over language in the bill. ...
Momentum picks up for privatization of the sky
NPR broaches the next step in privatization: turning the entire air traffic control system over to a private company to run. ...
Amid scandal, DEA chief will retire
In recent weeks, Michele Leonhart came under fire from lawmakers after an inspector general report found that some DEA agents had "sex parties" in Colombia with prostitutes paid for by drug cartels. ...
Five years after BP oil spill, experts debate damage to ecosystem
The BP oil spill dealt an unprecedented blow to Gulf wildlife five years ago, killing shorebirds, marine mammals and fish. But the lasting damage is not as dire as initially feared. ...
3 voices on the MSP airport wage debate
The state's debate over minimum wages is about to shift to Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, with implications for the rest of the Twin Cities. ...
Should the government get out of the air traffic control business?
Efforts to replace air traffic control's aging radar-based system have been stuck in bureaucracy and lacked funding from Congress. ...
Postscript: Um, it's not an umlaut
Media from around the world went after the story of a little Swedish town in Minnesota, but they got one thing wrong. ...
Where it stands: The avian flu outbreak and Minnesota turkeys
More than 2.1 million birds in 31 Minnesota flocks have died from the disease or were killed to prevent its spread. ...
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. ...
Screening tests for breast cancer genes just got cheaper
The announcement has sparked mixed reactions, with some scientists and patient advocates praising the option of cheaper genetic testing, while others say it might not be useful, and could be harmful. ...
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. ...
How modern life depletes our gut microbes
Western diets and modern-day hygiene have wiped a few dozen species of bacteria right out of our digestive tracts. ...
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. ...
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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