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World's 'oldest known wild bird' hatches chick, again!
Wisdom, a Laysan albatross who is at least 66 years old, has hatched yet another chick at the Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge and Battle of Midway National Memorial in Hawaii. ...
Minnesota lawmakers launch overdose death prevention legislation
Two lawmakers are spearheading a package of legislation they're calling the "opioid reform act," which includes five different bills aimed at different part of the opioid epidemic. ...
Charges: U law prof stalked, sexually assaulted ex-girlfriend
Prosecutors say Francesco Parisi in January drove his car up onto a sidewalk and nearly hit the woman and had allegedly sexually assaulted her two years earlier. ...
Snow! Winter’s strongest storm takes aim
Six to 12 inches are likely from southwest to east central Minnesota and west central Wisconsin Thursday into Friday. It could be the biggest snowfall so far this winter in the Twin Cities. ...
Black history comes alive on a stage, and in a database
As the History Center celebrates four decades of African-American theater, a new searchable database makes its debut. ...
Judge delays Hopkins man's sentencing for role in terror conspiracy
Mahdi Hussein Furreh was supposed to be sentenced Tuesday for his role in a terror conspiracy, but his hearing abruptly ended for the day after a judge demanded to know why he was spending hours a day at a local mosque. ...
Tom Hoch, theater executive, announces bid for Mpls. mayor
Tom Hoch said he was challenging incumbent first-term mayor Betsy Hodges, who announced in December she was seeking re-election. ...
The legacy of the CIA in Laos
Joshua Kurlantzick's new book, "A Great Place to Have a War," explores the CIA's role in military operations in Laos in the 1960s and 70s. ...
‘High fives’ from police too hot for a community
The police in Northampton, Mass., found out the hard way that even the best of intentions can be a problem. ...
The story of Dorothy Day, her 'disorderly years' and her possible sainthood
A new biography of social justice advocate Dorothy Day, written by her granddaughter, reveals the life story of the woman whose legacy lives on in dozens of homeless shelters. ...
Milo Yiannopoulos apologizes for remarks, quits Breitbart
Polarizing right-wing writer Milo Yiannopoulos resigned as an editor at Breitbart News on Tuesday and apologized for comments he had made about sexual relationships between boys and men. ...
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, Minnesota Orchestra's conductor laureate, dies at 93
Skrowaczewski changed the face of classical music in Minnesota, and remained a towering presence in the classical music world until the end. ...
Teachers of color pitch proposals to increase ranks
Teachers of color lobbied at the state Capitol Tuesday for proposals they say will help increase teacher diversity and support students of color. ...
Fireworks bill on the move at Minnesota Capitol
Bottle rockets, roman candles, firecrackers and other fireworks would be legal in Minnesota under a bill that cleared a House committee Tuesday. ...
Deadline to leave pipeline protest camp won't be extended
The Army Corps of Engineers said it won't extend a Wednesday deadline for Dakota Access oil pipeline opponents to vacate their encampment on federal land in North Dakota. ...
Inside the great meat-pie-eating scandal of 2017
This is Wayne Shaw, who was caught eating a meat pie on the sideline during the match between Sutton United and Arsenal on Monday night. Scandalous, indeed! ...
Plane crashes into mall in Australia, killing pilot and 4 Americans
The plane crashed into the Direct Factory Outlets mall shortly after takeoff, according to media reports. All passengers are believed to have died in the crash, and nobody inside the mall was injured. ...
Runaway cow leads police on wild chase in NYC
The nimble bovine, who had apparently escaped from a slaughterhouse, eluded attempts to box it in between police vehicles by squeezing through narrow openings. ...
School rallies around autistic student turned away from formal dance
In Pelham, N.H., a young man with autism was denied entry to the school's a semi-formal dance because he wore a sweatshirt and sweatpants. There's a good reason he did. ...
Supreme Court to decide if Mexican nationals may sue for border shooting
A U.S. Border Patrol agent shot and killed an unarmed Mexican national from across the border, and the agent was not disciplined. The boy's family says a suit is their only possibility for justice. ...
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