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It's been 50 years since the biggest tornado outbreak in Twin Cities
50 years ago Wednesday civil defense sirens blared for the first time during severe weather in Minnesota as six twisters skipped across the west metro. ...
Somali militant from Minneapolis urged Texas attack in advance
An al-Shabab fighter who left Minnesota in 2008 called for an attack in response to the Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas. Ten days later, an attack happened. ...
3 charged in death of Minnesota farm couple
Three men aged 18 to 21 allegedly shot the couple and then burned the farmhouse where they had lived for 45 years. ...
Senate passes tax cuts, sets stage for talks with House
The Minnesota Senate passed a bill Monday that cuts taxes for businesses that hire veterans, reduces business property taxes, and directs more state aid to cities and counties. ...
How past U of M presidents view higher-ed today
It was a meandering discussion, but the most interesting topics revolved around changing support for higher education. ...
Tech CEO Goldberg died of head trauma in exercise accident
David Goldberg, the SurveyMonkey CEO who grew up in Minneapolis and was also Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg's husband, died on vacation. ...
Bird flu strikes biggest Minnesota farm yet; 1.1M chickens
The flu outbreak has now cost Minnesota poultry producers over 5.3 million birds. ...
Capitol budget plans will force classroom cuts, school leaders warn
Minnesota school administrators say they'll cut teachers and programs over the next two years if lawmakers don't set aside more money for education funding. ...
Clinton agrees to answer House panel's questions on Benghazi, emails
But her lawyer says the former secretary of state, and Democratic presidential candidate, will appear before the panel once -- not twice, as requested. ...
Cop-suit payouts higher in Minneapolis than Baltimore
The city of Minneapolis paid out more money in police conduct lawsuits and judgments between 2011 and 2014 than the city of Baltimore. There are some caveats. ...
Iron Range hospital finds new life with Essentia in charge
The taxpayer-owned Virginia Regional Medical Center was struggling financially when Essentia Health took over the operation. Even skeptics say Essentia's made things better, though concerns remain. ...
Dayton talks taxes, turkey loans
With two weeks remaining in the 2015 session, DFL Gov. Mark Dayton is signaling a willingness to compromise with House Republicans on a tax bill. ...
After random kiss in a marathon, no fairy tale ending
Today's lesson that real life is not Hollywood comes from Boston, where Boston Marathon runner Barbara Tatge of Tennessee, on a dare from her daughter, stopped to kiss the first man she saw in Wellesley. ...
Police: 4 dead, 1 hurt in shooting on Wisconsin bridge
Police say a university student randomly shot four people, three fatally, on a popular trail in Menasha, Wis. The dead included a father and his 11-year-old daughter. ...
Duluth weighs replacing zoo; supporters say it's needed
With a costly upgrade needed for the Lake Superior Zoo, city officials are weighing whether to transform it into different kind of attraction. But zoo supporters say the city needs it. ...
Dayton won’t accept GOP changes to campaign subsidy
DFL Gov. Mark Dayton is threatening to veto a budget bill if it includes a repeal the state’s political contribution and public subsidy program. ...
Prison program rescues dogs, inspires inmates
A documentary film showcases the power of second chances and the endeavors of prisoners who care for unwanted and abused dogs in a Massachusetts facility. ...
Father of the internet worried about future 'digital dark age'
One of the co-founders of the internet, Vint Cerf, speaks at the National Press Club in Washington about the future of the internet and the possibility that new technology will make it impossible to retrieve photos and documents. ...
On Kent State anniversary, an email from a mother
On this date 45 years ago, the Ohio National Guard opened fire on students at Kent State protesting the war in Vietnam. Four people died. It's impossible to forget. ...
Patterson Companies buys competitor, doubles in size
By buying Colorado-based Animal Health International, Mendota Heights-based Patterson Companies is gaining a strong position in the livestock health market. It aims to sell its medical business. ...
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