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Mpls. VA: Meditation aids some vets struggling with PTSD
Researchers at the Minneapolis VA hospital found meditation techniques can help veterans from wars in Afghanistan and Iraq cope with post-traumatic stress syndrome. ...
Ind. school district lowers academic standards for athletes
The action came despite a plea from former Notre Dame basketball coach 'Digger' Phelps, who showed up at a meeting this week to reinforce what he wrote in an op-ed last week. ...
Dayton creates new environmental citizen board
It revives a semblance of a citizen input panel after the Legislature abolished a board with more-defined powers. ...
Should people get overtime for replying to off-hours messages?
Anyone familiar with the ping of a late-night e-mail, a weekend call from a boss or a mid-dinner glance at a text message has felt the inescapability of work in the age of smartphones. ...
Hillary Clinton to hold another Minnesota fundraiser
Clinton has added a high dollar fundraiser to her previously scheduled Minnesota visit. ...
Crowd surfing in a wheelchair
Frankly, we haven't been getting much material from the 'Department of People Are Pretty Great' lately, but it made up for it today with this nugget. ...
Your pill is printing: FDA approves first 3-D-printed drug
The company that makes Spritam says the pill dissolves quickly, even at the highest doses. ...
Aviator Beryl Markham soars again in 'Paris Wife' author's new book
Beryl Markham was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic from East to West. The British-born Kenyan woman was also a racehorse trainer, a writer and a fearless adventurer. ...
'Spies' is a cinematic account of Americans in war-torn Paris
Historian Alex Kershaw's latest book focuses on the true story of an American doctor and his family who worked with the French Resistance from their apartment in Paris. ...
California burning, Minnesota weather perfection
A series of large fires continues to burn in the west today, and the effects of 4 years of drought are making California the epicenter of extreme fire behavior. ...
Bombino brings 'fantastic' music to Cedar Cultural Center
The BBC calls his music "utterly, utterly fantastic" and Rolling Stone describes his latest album as "a perfect match of sound and soul that introduces a new guitar hero." ...
On the freedom to let your yard grow
More people are pushing back against the notion that grass must be green and well manicured. ...
Mille Lacs businesses brace for change with early end to walleye season
The Department of Natural Resources ended this year's walleye season early on Lake Mille Lacs because the annual harvest target has already been exceeded. There are plenty of other fish in Mille Lacs -- bass, muskie and northern pike -- but walleye is by far the most popular to pursue. ...
Much like speed dating, Republicans try their best, short pitches
The crowded field of GOP presidential hopefuls got their first chance to face-off this week ahead of Thursday's first debate -- just not really against each other in any substantive fashion. ...
NY attorney general orders immediate halt to realistic toy gun sales
New York law requires toy guns made in realistic colors to have a bright, 1-inch-wide orange stripe "down both sides of the barrel and the front end of the barrel" according to a press release. ...
Recipe for a winning high school football team: Cheating
Is it time to dial back the high school sports worship a bit? ...
Daily Digest: DNR on the hook?
Five stories to start your Tuesday. ...
How hard will it be for MN to hit clean energy plan?
At issue is whether Minnesota will be hurt or helped by the work it has already done to clean up its energy production. ...
Mille Lacs walleye decline may spell trouble for DNR, too
Some resort owners and legislators say they doubt the DNR had sound reasons for closing the walleye season early on that lake. ...
Report: 2 dead, 15 hurt in New Hampshire tent collapse
Authorities say a circus tent collapsed when a severe storm raked a New Hampshire fairground, killing two people and injuring 15 others. ...
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