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Friday Roundtable, Nuruddin Farah and Haley Bonar. ...
Minnesota not on track to meet proposed emissions reductions
Minnesota has made little progress towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions by more than a third by 2030 under proposed EPA rules. State officials say new strategies are needed. ...
Minneapolis zoning panel opens door to 'granny flats'
A proposal approved Thursday would legalize small apartments above garages in residential neighborhoods. ...
In hate speech from GOP leader, a question of values
'Rural values' and 'traditional values' are fairly vague terms, which are often left to the rest of us -- city slickers -- to figure out what they define exactly. They often are intertwined with religion or faith. Whose religion and whose faith? ...
MN jobless rate drops below 4%, first time since 2006
State employers add added 9,500 jobs in October, dipping the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate to 3.9 percent, down from 4.1 percent in September, state officials said Thursday. ...
Lino Lakes PD is today’s winner of the Internet
Meet Kelly McCarthy, who's behind the funny tweets from Lino Lakes. ...
Archdiocese reports $9.1M deficit, mulls bankruptcy
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis reiterated that it is considering filing for bankruptcy as its financial condition has become more uncertain due to the growing potential for more lawsuits by victims of clergy sexual abuse. ...
How to lose a fortune without breaking a sweat
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The NY snowstorm by quadcopter
The unbelievable blizzard in western New York is perfect for capturing by quadcopter. ...
Canadians step up in anthem snafu
O, Canada, you are too cool. ...
Despite a massacre by ISIS, an Iraqi tribe vows to fight back
The Albu Nimr tribe recently had some 600 members slaughtered by ISIS in western Iraq. The Sunni tribesmen say they're regrouping but need help, which the U.S. has now pledged. ...
Tracking weekend thaw, then rain to snow?
This week's unseasonable cold snap is about to fade. We are just 24 hours away from a significant temp surge and a weekend thaw. ...
Mpls. police chief announces department changes
The Minneapolis police chief has announced structural changes to the police department. She's adding a commander of operations and administration and a chief of staff. ...
A look at the real Bill Cosby
Bill Cosby can't seem to stop revealing the real Bill Cosby. ...
Sidewalks battle for hearts and minds of Edina
The push for sidewalks in Edina is meeting with significant unfriendliness. ...
Pedestrian killed on I-694 in Brooklyn Park
The State Patrol said an eastbound driver noticed the pedestrian, wearing dark clothing and standing in the right lane with his hands in the air. ...
Mike Nichols, comedian
He directed "The Graduate," "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and other great films, but his iconic role in American entertainment was as a comedian. ...
Mille Lacs walleye lawsuit against DNR heads to appeals court
A lawsuit against the Minnesota DNR alleges that it has mismanaged Mille Lacs Lake and failed to consider a constitutional amendment that aims to preserve fishing heritage. ...
Best Buy 3Q results beat Wall Street forecasts
Topping Wall Street expectations, Best Buy says its third-quarter profit was $107 million. ...
How should we combat obesity?
A new report by the McKinsey Global Institute says that the global cost of obesity has risen to $2 trillion annually — nearly as much as smoking or the combined impact of armed violence, war and terrorism. ...
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