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Heavy snows aim south, big metro snowfall range
Metro "near miss" on heaviest snows. ...
Warnings begin this evening southern Minn., metro as snowstorm nears
The winter storm that we’ve been talking about for several days is almost here. This morning’s run of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Global Forecast System model still shows snow over southern Minnesota this evening, overnight and through Friday: The heaviest snow amount ...
Catholics OK’d to eat corned beef on St. Patrick’s Day
However, if you eat corned beef on St. Patrick's Day, you're required to 'undertake a work of charity, an exercise of piety, or an act of comparable penance on some other occasion during the Second Week of Lent,' according to Susan Mulheron, chancellor of canonical affairs for the A ...
Holly Miranda, Ani DiFranco release Standing Rock protest song
Brooklyn singer Holly Miranda released a song, a cover of an obscure late-'70s science-fictional folk song, that she'd been working on for two months in support of protesters. ...
Officer, chief charged in fatal citizens academy exercise
Prosecutors in southwest Florida have filed charges against an officer who accidentally shot a woman to death during a citizens academy "shoot/don't shoot" exercise, as well as the officer's boss. ...
In Rochester, local crime brief co-opted by white nationalists
An unsolved shooting in Rochester, Minn., has turned into viral anti-immigrant propaganda for white nationalist and extremist websites. Here's a look at how a look at how this basic crime brief became fake news. ...
Minnesota's high school graduation rates inched up last year, as racial gaps narrowed slightly
High school graduation rates in Minnesota rose slightly, and persistent racial gaps narrowed, with all racial groups except for Hispanics showing improvements. But students of color still lagged well behind their white peers. ...
Police begin making arrests in pipeline protest camp
Police in full riot gear began arresting Dakota Access pipeline opponents who remained in a protest camp in North Dakota on Thursday in defiance of orders to leave. ...
Police ready for SWAT situation at pipeline protest camp
A SWAT vehicle is ready for use if it becomes necessary to use force to remove the remaining protesters from the now-closed Dakota Access pipeline protest camp on federal land in North Dakota, authorities said Thursday. ...
Dayton slams feds’ rollback of transgender student rule
Gov. Mark Dayton on Thursday attacked a federal decision to pull back on federal rules that had accommodated the needs of transgender students on issues of bathroom and locker room use in schools. ...
An educator dies in Luverne
There is an enormous disconnect in this country on the subject of teachers and educators. They are attacked as a group. But individually, they are beloved. Tim Christensen's obituary shows it. ...
Fight for Mosul moves westward and centers on city's airport
Inside western Mosul, a resident tells NPR that ISIS has forced residents to knock holes in their houses to create tunnels for the militants to use. ...
Dayton taps Blatz as interim stadium authority chief
Kathleen Blatz, a former chief justice in the Minnesota Supreme Court, will take over as interim chair of the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority. The agency's top leaders quit amid criticism over the use of suites at U.S. Bank Stadium. ...
Conservative activist O'Keefe posts tapes targeting CNN
Conservative activist James O'Keefe has released what he says are 119 hours of raw audio secretly recorded inside CNN's Atlanta headquarters in 2009. ...
Behold: 4 new species of tiny frogs smaller than a fingernail
Scientists in India say the frogs are actually fairly common but have eluded discovery likely because of their extremely small size, secretive habitats and unusual calls. ...
After slavery, searching for loved ones in wanted ads
In the Civil War's waning years, African-Americans trying to find lost loved ones used classified ads in newspapers. More than 900 of these notices are now accessible via an online database. ...
Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis enter Songwriters Hall of Fame
Jimmy Jam Harris and Terry Lewis got their start writing and producing for the S.O.S. Band and that's what got them fired from The Time. ...
The moment you know it’s time to go
People of a certain age have some reckoning to do soon: They have to figure out when it's time to go. It's important to get it right. Staying too long in a profession and a job threatens a person's legacy. Leaving too soon can be personally heartbreaking. ...
Conservatives learn dealing with Trump can be complicated
With Donald Trump's presidential victory, the future of the conservative movement has become entwined with an unconventional New York businessman better known for his deal-making than any ideological principles. ...
Border wall would cut across land sacred to Native tribe
The Tohono O'odham tribe on the U.S.-Mexico border says a wall would desecrate a mountain where they say their creator lives. Still, they want to help Donald Trump keep illegal border crossers out. ...
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