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Republicans already eying 2018 governor’s race
At a meeting Saturday in Lakeville Republicans celebrated their 2016 victories and looked forward to 2018. ...
Winter weather advisory southeast MN starts at midnight
The La Crosse, Wisconsin office of the National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory from midnight tonight to noon Sunday for southeastern Minnesota and southwestern Wisconsin: Snow overnight and Sunday morning will reduce visibilities and make roads slippery. Here are more details, ...
Growing number of victims in warehouse fire in Oakland
Emergency officials say that nine people are confirmed dead, and they expect that number to rise. ...
Emergency officials: We won't let pipeline protesters freeze
The head of North Dakota's emergency management services says the state is prepared to respond to Dakota Access pipeline protesters who may need help during a winter storm or some other crisis. ...
Seasonal weekend temps; some light snow
You won’t be needing your sunglasses this weekend. We’re expecting a lot of clouds both days. Most of us will also see some snowflakes, especially from Saturday night into Sunday morning. Here is the simulated radar from NOAA’s North American Mesoscale forecast model, for Saturday ...
Booze isn’t a cure for what ails small-town Minnesota
Running a liquor store in rural Minnesota seems like a great way to lose money, especially if it's the town running the store. The Minnesota State Auditor has found net profits for municipal liquor stores dropped nearly 9 percent in 2015 compared to the year before, the Rochester Post Bulletin ...
Ask a bookseller: The Writer's Block in Las Vegas
James Collins is excited about a new novel that offers a glimpse into modern Beijing. ...
Ellison says he may leave Congress to serve as DNC chair
Howard Dean took himself out of the race to become chairman of the Democratic National Committee on Friday, while the frontrunner in the contest, Rep. Keith Ellison, said he may leave his Minnesota congressional seat to serve in the position. ...
Trump speaks to Taiwan's president in move likely to anger Beijing
Trump's conversation is thought to be the first between a U.S. president or president-elect since the U.S. broke diplomatic relations with Taiwan in 1979. ...
Military vets head to Standing Rock to help camp prepare for winter
Once there, they plan to help with logistics as the camp prepares for winter, including construction and gathering firewood. ...
U survey: Many college students dealt with adverse childhood experiences
In an effort to better understand what students have been through, the University of Minnesota surveyed students at colleges across the state about their childhood. ...
Giving the pipeline protest story its due
A note from a listener passed my way this week asking MPR to provide more coverage of the Standing Rock protest over the Dakota Access Pipeline and even send a reporter there, arguing we didn't have one. We did. Two. And now, three. ...
Once skeptical, Osseo parent group happy with district's racial equity policy
The district's first equity policy promises things like training for staff and students, increased staff diversity and curriculum that reflects a variety of different cultures. ...
All they want for Christmas? A special session deal
Lawmakers don't have a special session deal, but they do have a potential meeting date: Dec. 20. ...
EPA proposes rule requiring mines to cover clean-up costs
The proposal is aimed at ensuring that taxpayers aren't left on the hook for potentially expensive mine clean-ups. ...
As Minnesota gets new refugee allocation, a primer
A division of the U.S. State Department recently told Minnesota officials that the state will be allowed to take in 2,505 refugees for resettlement during federal fiscal year 2017. ...
New study: Vast majority of people who are depressed do not seek help
In poor countries, only 1 in 27 people received minimally adequate care. In wealthy countries, it's 1 in 5. ...
Warmest fall on record; season’s coldest air next week
The season's coldest air mass so far plunges south next week as the jet stream buckles driving a cold pool over Minnesota. ...
Jury deadlocked on cop shooting the world saw
The jury in South Carolina reported today it's deadlocked in the trial of the police officer who killed Walter Scott. They deliberated 14 hours over three days and decided they can't decide whether this constitutes murder. ...
Downtown Twin Cities investments displace low-income renters
The University of Minnesota released a new study finding that investments in downtown St. Paul and Minneapolis have caused gentrification and forced out low-income residents. ...
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