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Encouraging kids to study drones
A northern Minnesota college is using a federal grant to encourage high school students to consider working in the unmanned aircraft industry. ...
Funeral held for Barway Collins
Mourners gathered in north Minneapolis today for the funeral of the 10-year-old Crystal boy found dead last month. ...
Children's Museum of Southern Minnesota opens in Mankato
The $5 million museum is located in a converted city bus garage. It features a tree fort and a variety of hands-on exhibits. ...
Odd moments in Minnesota history
Ring in State History Day with these odd moments from Minnesota's past, from moving an entire town to missing ruby slippers. ...
A doll whodunit in the middle of St. Paul
The center of a St. Paul roundabout has, overnight, been populated by dolls. ...
From the White House, a celebration of great teaching
President Obama awarded a high school English teacher from Amarillo, Texas, the title of the 2015 National Teacher of the Year. ...
Oh baby! Royal birth mixes old, new traditions
As with nearly all things royal, a birth is steeped in tradition. But the times, they are a-changin', and even the royals are trying to keep up. ...
Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to baby girl
Just hours after she checked into the hospital, Prince William's wife delivered a her second baby. The child is fourth in line to the British throne. ...
Blackhawks beat Wild 4-3 in Game 1 of Western semifinals
The Blackhawks are trying to knock out Minnesota for the third straight year. ...
Blues legend B.B. King in hospice at his home in Las Vegas
The 89-year-old musician posted thanks to fans on his official website Friday for well-wishes and prayers. ...
New law allows beer growler sales on Sunday
With municipal licensing, taprooms and brewpubs will be able to sell 64-ounce growlers of beer and take-home bottles on Sundays. ...
U experts to review St. Paul cop complaints panel
Mayor Chris Coleman has hired the university's Center for Restorative Justice and Peacemaking to examine how St. Paul handles complaints made against police. ...
Muslim groups speak against anti-terror program
Local organizations say the effort to steer youth away from radicalization suffers from its connection to law enforcement. ...
Cities defend water quality measures in finance bill
The Coalition of Greater Minnesota Cities wants legislative leaders to keep language that puts additional scrutiny on water quality rules. ...
Capitol leaders ready for high-stakes budget poker
Top GOP and DFL lawmakers are deeply divided on a budget deal despite a huge surplus. As a crucial deadline approaches, the specter of a shutdown looms. ...
‘Right to try’ bill heading to governor
A bill that would allow terminally ill people to use some unapproved medicines will soon be law in Minnesota. ...
Man detained by FBI in East Africa seeks ability to sue
Amir Meshal, 32, of Eden Prairie, studied Islam in Somalia, where FBI agents interrogated him for two months. His lawyers told a federal appeals court panel that agents violated his rights. ...
Vänskä says MN Orchestra's Cuba trip will show 'we are back'
In an interview with Tom Crann, the music director of the Minnesota Orchestra explains why he's confident that the group's Cuba trip will be a success. ...
Man admits buying guns for New Hope City Hall shooter
Prosecutors said Michael Garant illegally bought guns for Ray Kmetz, who shot at police outside a New Hope City Council meeting in January. Officers returned fire, killing Kmetz. ...
Minnesota's medical marijuana suppliers to open in July
Minnesota Medical Solutions, the state's biggest initial provider of medical marijuana, has its growing operation up to capacity. Another company, Leafline Labs, also will be ready this summer. ...
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