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Northern Lights over Duluth
Here's what you missed if you lived in that fancy metro area well south of Duluth. ...
Wessell Anderson to headline new jazz series at Orchestra Hall
He will be joined by The Atrium Jazz Ensemble. They will interpret music selected thematically for our region including "Lazy River" by Hoagy Carmichael and "Girl from the North Country" by Bob Dylan. ...
Much needed rainfall, summery weekend ahead
Low pressure swirls east into Wisconsin today and high pressure feeds cooler air in from the north. The cool off is temporary. Our next October warm front pushes in from the Dakotas this weekend. ...
Search expanded for missing boaters in northern Minnesota
Authorities say there is still no sign of Keith Ayers, Cory Ostendorf and Justin Haugtvedt. ...
A ‘fat guy’ bikes across America
It's an old story that the New York Times has done a masterful job telling this week. Boy gets girl. Boy loses girl. Boy loses job and balloons to nearly 600 pounds. Boy hears the Proclaimers’ hit “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)" on the radio. Boy decides to bike across America to win girl's hea ...
Domestic partner killings drive St. Paul homicides
Half of the eight people reported killed in St. Paul this year have died allegedly at the hands of their domestic partners, including two St. Paul men killed by their girlfriends. ...
Rock hall of fame nominees include The Cars, Janet Jackson
It's a relatively controversy-free list of potential inductees this year, although die-hards always find a reason for outrage at inclusions or omissions. ...
Fleet Farm goes on the block
The Mills family has confirmed that its selling Fleet Farm, the Brainerd-based, rural-focused chain. It's economics in 2015. Business is good but in order for it to be better, the family has to sell to deeper pockets. ...
Morning flight in Rushford
Take a ride in a powered parachute around some of the most beautiful country in Minnesota -- bluff country. ...
Belarusian journalist Svetlana Alexievich wins literature Nobel
The investigative journalist is known for her in-depth exposes of the former Soviet Union, letting eyewitness accounts shed an unsettling light on tragedies. ...
Instead of celebrating a birthday, family mourns 3 siblings killed in fire
Officials said they've been unable to pinpoint the cause of the house fire in north Minneapolis. ...
Art Hounds: Cantus and Joe Sinness' 'Fey' drawings
This week on Art Hounds: Cantus sings about love, photographs of wild horses and Joe Sinness' "Fey" drawings. ...
Oregon gunman killed himself after police wounded him
Authorities gave their most detailed account yet of the gunman's death. Previously, they had said only that the 26-year-old Christopher Harper-Mercer killed himself after a shootout. ...
Spotty showers overnight, pushing 80 degrees Sunday
After a few passing showers Thursday, get ready for another ultra glorious Minnesota October weekend. ...
Oil train traffic jumps in downtown Minneapolis
BNSF has sharply increased the number of trains loaded with North Dakota crude oil passing through downtown Minneapolis. BNSF says it's only temporary but the move concerns city leaders. ...
Officials: Siblings died of smoke inhalation in Mpls. fire
The Hennepin County Medical Examiner said Wednesday all three children who died in a fire over the weekend died of smoke inhalation and "thermal injuries." ...
South Carolina braces as threat of new flooding looms
The rain has stopped in South Carolina, but for people living along the coast, the worst of the flooding could still be ahead. ...
Can Steve Bartman ever forgive Chicago?
You go to a baseball game to see your beloved team in the postseason, and the next thing you know you're the most hated man in a city and you go into hiding for the next 12 years. That's Steve Bartman's life in one sentence because of what happened in 2003. ...
2nd Richfield officer placed on leave during video hit probe
The officer shown apparently slapping a teen during a stop was placed on administrative leave earlier this week. A second officer was placed on leave the next day. ...
Coast Guard calls off search for El Faro crew
Six days after communication was lost with the El Faro cargo ship as it drifted into the path of Hurricane Joaquin, the U.S. Coast Guard ended the search for survivors. ...
Right to die
California looks to become the fifth state to pass a right-to-die law. Do you think Minnesota should have such a law?
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