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Chuck Berry recorded the influential 'Maybellene' 60 years ago
The song was Berry's first single and first hit. ...
Snag in bill may muck up health insurance approvals
There's no money for a team of health insurance rate reviewers in the final jobs and energy bill. That means the state may not be able to fulfill its legal obligation to approve insurance plans before they are sold. ...
Art Hounds: 'The Jesus Cow' and an all-female Hamlet
This week the Art Hounds attend a reading of "The Jesus Cow," adorn themselves in Anishinaabe jewelry and check out an all-female staging of Hamlet. ...
Postcard weather through Friday, mixed bag weekend
Our weather pattern through Friday is nothing short of spectacular. Expect scattered showers during this weekend. ...
Best Buy stock jumps after 1Q sales top Wall St. views
The big-box electronics retailer said sales of mobile phones, big televisions and major appliances helped sales, offsetting weakness in tablets and computers. ...
Avian flu outbreak takes poultry producers into uncharted territory
Now reaching to 15 states, the outbreak has been detected at 174 farms, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. ...
The Daily Digest: Tick-tock to special session
Your daily dose of political news from Minnesota and Washington. ...
Book briefs: Mark Twain and Helen Keller, fast friends
Letters offer a closer look at a legendary friendship, and a debate rages over just what "young adult literature" really means. ...
Grand jury clears 2 St. Paul officers who fatally shot man
Washington County Attorney Peter Orput says the officers were "very justified" in shooting Marcus Golden outside an apartment building Jan. 14. ...
Letterman fills final show with memories, gratitude
Letterman approached his final hour of late night TV on Wednesday with the same self-deprecation as the previous 6,000-plus, but leavened the snark with heaps of nostalgia and praise. ...
Janitors working at MN Macy's and Herberger's sue over wages
A lawsuit accuses an Illinois-based firm that provides cleaning services to the retailers with failing to pay workers the minimum wage and earned overtime, along with other labor law violations. ...
Effort to repeal Mpls. spitting, lurking laws moves forward
The City Council committee supported repealing the city's lurking and spitting ordinances. Supporters of the repeal say the laws are disproportionately enforced against people of color. ...
Officials balk at potential Southwest light rail line cuts
Aiming to trim $341 million in costs from the light rail line, Metropolitan Council staff presented local leaders with about 50 possible reductions. City leaders didn't like what they heard. ...
From St. Paul tragedy, a school grows in West Africa
The parents of a boy killed two years ago during a school field trip in St. Paul say they will build a school in Guinea in his honor. ...
Minnesota men plead not guilty to terrorism charges
Federal prosecutors say the men, all 19 and 20 years old, were conspiring to travel to Syria to fight for ISIS. ...
Dayton: Veto of environment bill may not yield better bill
Gov. Mark Dayton is hinting he might sign a bill that many environmental groups are urging him to veto. ...
Budget impasse puts school districts' plans on hold
Gov. Mark Dayton's veto of an education funding bill that does not provide money for universal pre-kindergarten did more than just send a strong message to state lawmakers. ...
Iron Range highway victim of end of session rush
Lawmakers didn't OK the promised $150 million to reroute Highway 53 near Virginia, Minn. Officials warn costs will rise if the money isn't approved during the upcoming special session. ...
Minnesota ISP wants to enter Minneapolis cable TV market
USI Wireless already has a wireless network and fiber optic lines in Minneapolis. ...
Feds indict Minneapolis cop over brutality complaints
Federal authorities on Wednesday indicted Minneapolis Officer Michael Griffin on multiple counts tied to allegations of excessive force and lying about it. ...
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