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Fatal Sauk Rapids plane crash blamed on open canopy
The NTSB said the pilot likely lost control after its canopy opened in flight, but it says it cannot determine whether wake turbulence from a jet landing at St. Cloud airport had anything to do with the crash. ...
Study: Shift in ocean temperatures temporarily slowed global warming
A natural swing in ocean temperatures explains why the rate of global warming has slowed since the late 1990s. But UMD professor Byron Steinman said the trend will reverse itself. ...
Dayton rips proposal for new budget office
DFL Gov. Mark Dayton is slamming a proposal to create a new legislative budget office, calling it unnecessary and unproductive. ...
At new Ordway hall, the SPCO has a home of its own
SPCO President Bruce Coppock thinks the new hall will transform the group and draw guest musicians from all over the world. ...
Justices sharply divided over health care law subsidies
For the second time in three years, the Affordable Care Act went before the Supreme Court Wednesday. And before a packed courtroom, a divided group of justices mostly picked up right where they left off. ...
Dayton wants to talk to Target CEO about layoffs
Gov. Mark Dayton, whose family founded Target, wants to meet with Target's CEO to discuss coming layoffs and the company's commitment to Minnesota. ...
Study: Pollution leaves no swimmable, fishable lakes in southwest MN
No lakes and only a few streams in southwest Minnesota meet state fishing and swimming standards, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency says. ...
Paul Magers stars in dance-move mystery
Paul Magers, the former anchor of KARE 11 who ruled Twin Cities local TV while he was here, has made his national debut. Sort of. ...
7 Minneapolis gang members indicted on crack cocaine charges
According to court documents, Taliban and YNT members frequently travel to St. Cloud and Duluth in Minnesota, and to Fargo, N.D., to sell drugs. ...
Vikings trade Matt Cassel to Buffalo
The Matt Cassel era is officially over. The Minnesota Vikings said Wednesday the team is trading the backup quarterback and one-time starter to the Bills. ...
St. Paul to pay $225K after violating veterans hiring law
More than 400 St. Paul employees will get a 1 percent raise because the Department of Veterans Affairs found some of the city's hiring practices violated state law. ...
Punishment rescinded for team that wore pink
Cooler heads have prevailed near Los Angeles where a high school girl's basketball team was disqualified from the playoffs because they wore uniforms to call attention to breast cancer. ...
Ferguson report: Justice Dept. says Wilson won't face civil rights charges
The report concludes "that Darren Wilson's actions do not constitute prosecutable violations under the applicable federal criminal civil rights statute." ...
Close call: Flying ice from semi smashes driver's windshield
The driver walked away with minor injuries, but the State Patrol is reminding others to stay back from large vehicles as temperatures start to warm and ice melts. ...
Supreme Court backs farmers in CapX2020 powerline fight
Farmers in the path of the enormous CapX2020 electric transmission line project have won a victory at the Minnesota Supreme Court against utility companies involved in the project. ...
Born in 1898: World's oldest living person celebrates birthday
Misao Okawa of Japan is now 117. She has reigned as the world's oldest living person since 2013, when Guinness World Records certified that she was 115. ...
Farms, freedom, regulations clash in Grand Marais case
If there's a fight over farming and freedom, it probably involves milk. ...
Man, grandson hospitalized after ATV breaks through ice
Divers pulled both from the water. KFGO-AM reports their conditions are unknown. ...
When it comes to winter, Boston is the new Minnesota
Many people in Boston apparently haven't had enough snow yet. What's wrong with them? ...
Shrink the FAFSA? Good luck with that
Lots of politicians are calling for a shorter FAFSA -- the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. It now has more than 100 questions. But shortening the FAFSA is a tall order. ...
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