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Police officer involved in Robbinsdale shooting identified
Authorities say Sgt. Thomas Rothfork, a 20-year veteran with the force, shot 18-year-old Tania Harris outside her home last Thursday night. ...
U.S. Navy sends aircraft carrier to coast of Yemen
The vessels are joining others in the region in an increasing show of force. ...
Why Minnesota’s lakes love blustery April weather
You may cringe at the blustery wind and bracing chill in the air these days. But in the Land of 10,000 Lakes the winds of April are critical in renewing the health of Minnesota's favorite resource. ...
House, Senate health bills at odds over MinnesotaCare
The Senate bill mirrors Gov. Mark Dayton's health and human services proposal, but it's vastly different from a Republican-backed House funding bill that would make about $1 billion in cuts to health and human services programs. ...
Meet the 'accidental activists' of the Supreme Court's same-sex-marriage case
The U.S. Supreme Court hears legal arguments next week in the legal battle over same-sex marriage. It's an extraordinarily high-stakes clash, but the men and women at the center of it see themselves as incredibly ordinary. ...
Federal panel revisits contested recommendation on mammograms
Guidelines from medical groups differ on when a woman should start regular screening. ...
Do you support the proposed Comcast-Time Warner merger?
The proposed $45.2 billion merger between Comcast and Time Warner is moving forward. What do you think it will mean for consumers? ...
Where it stands: The avian flu outbreak and Minnesota turkeys
More than 1.7 million birds in 28 Minnesota flocks have died from the disease or were killed to prevent its spread. ...
'Post and Courier' of Charleston, S.C., wins Pulitzer for public service
The newspaper's series examined why South Carolina is among the deadliest states for women in the U.S. Anthony Doerr won the prize for fiction for "All the Light We Cannot See." ...
In Guthrie's 'Crucible,' the horror lies in human nature
Arthur Miller's play about the Salem witch trials describes a society with a tenuous hold on civilization. ...
Fans hard to find at Target Field
It's hard for a stadium to provide an economic boost to an area when it's nearly empty. ...
Ethiopia's Desisa wins Boston Marathon; Kenya's Rotich first among women
Yemane Adhane Tsegay, also of Ethiopia, finished second in the men's elite division; Kenyan Wilson Chebet finished third. Dathan Ritzenhein, who came seventh, was the highest-placed American. ...
DNR wins a round in battle against zebra mussels
An experimental treatment at Hennepin County's Christmas Lake appears to have killed a small, isolated zebra mussel infestation, officials said Monday. ...
MPR News wins Peabody Award for 'Betrayed by Silence'
This is the sixth time MPR News or its parent company, American Public Media, has won a Peabody Award. ...
Court: Car wash codes really do expire in 30 days
If there was any confusion, the Minnesota Court of Appeals cleared it up today: The car wash receipt you get at the gas station is only good for 30 days. It wasn't for lack of trying by Don Wells, who bought a $7.99 car wash at the Holiday in Blaine in January 2012 and didn't use it, even t ...
The latest political battleground: an obituary
Given the climate in this country, it might not be a bad idea to keep politics out of an obituary. ...
Feds charge six Minnesotans with trying to join ISIS
The complaint alleges some of the men were in touch with Abdi Nur, a Twin Cities man who left the country last year and has been presumed fighting with ISIS. ...
Debating NPR underwriting announcements
The new NPR ombudsman is taking on an old complaint from some public radio listeners: the choice of what commercial interests to allow underwrite NPR programming. ...
So long 'Cinderella': Website helps Chinese find better English names
Billboard. Mo Money. Cinderella. Those are just a few of the unusual English names young Chinese have adopted over the years. An American entrepreneur hopes to help change that. ...
April’s other shoe: Blustery now, sun returns later
April’s other shoe drops with a thud this week. Our warm April so far hits a major speed bump this week as the weather delivers a clear reminder the calendar still says April in Minnesota. Welcome to “average” in Minnesota. All to often we get to average in Minnesota by whiplash be ...
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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