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Ask a bookseller: The Tattered Cover in Denver
Every week, we ask booksellers around the country about the books they can't put down. This week, a Denver bookseller takes us back to the U.K. in the 1970s. ...
Young nature lovers join interior secretary on Mississippi paddle
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell's five-day, cross-country tour celebrating the centennial of the national parks system ended Friday morning in St. Paul with a paddle down the Mississippi. ...
Occasional showers and t-storms, some sun
The weekend won’t be a washout, but there is a good chance that we’ll see some showers and thunderstorms at times. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s North American Mesoscale forecast model shows the general rain pattern this weekend: The best thunderstorm chances Satu ...
New Minneapolis superintendent kicks off year with rally
Ed Graff takes the helm after a year and a half of leadership upheaval in Minneapolis. ...
The battle for the Lowry Grove mobile home park heads to court
Lowry Grove residents marched the five miles from their mobile home park to the Hennepin County Government Center Friday for the first hearing in the legal case over the park's sale and closure. ...
What's in a name? Governments recast anti-extremism efforts
Following Minneapolis' lead, Massachusetts recast its controversial Countering Violent Extremism, or CVE, program with a different name. ...
Jazz sensibilities infuse Jungle's 'Bars and Measures'
The play focuses on two brothers who turn their weekly prison visits into music lessons. ...
State Fair hosting its first draft horse races on Sunday
Giant, nearly one-ton draft horses known for their solid strength -- not speed -- will participate in a draft horse barrel race on Sunday at Warner Coliseum. ...
Photos: Old ways, new generation meet at Minnesota State Fair
The State Fair experience has been a staple of Minnesota life for more than 150 years. Each year, a new generation embraces the fair's traditional — and not so traditional — joys. This year was no exception. Take a look. ...
Allina nurses will begin indefinite strike on Labor Day
The union representing nurses at five Twin Cities Allina Hospitals upped the stakes in the long running dispute over health benefits and set Labor Day as the date for an open-ended strike. ...
National parks at 100: Living the dream on the St. Croix
After decades serving around the world, Michael Gavre is back home and working his dream job on the St. Croix River. He's a park ranger with the National Park Service, which is celebrating its centennial this month. ...
MN Supreme Court to review proposed police liability mandate
The Committee for Professional Policing says the Minnesota Supreme Court granted its request for an accelerated review of the lower court ruling. ...
Why do we love some animals but eat others?
Alva Noë explores a new book that considers the complicated relationship between humans and animals by looking at attitudes toward road kill, taxidermy, dead pets and art by animals. ...
Deportations just latest topic where Trump has wavered
Trump, who sold himself as the "tell-it-like-it-is" candidate in the Republican primary, has swayed in his positions recently. Here are some of the topics on which Trump has wavered. ...
All U.S. blood donations should be screened for Zika, FDA says
The recommendations from the Food and Drug Administration represent a major expansion in testing blood for Zika. The agency had earlier advised testing only in areas with an active outbreak. ...
Obama plans to create world's largest marine protected area
President Obama expanded a national monument off the coast of Hawaii citing its "diverse ecological communities" as well as "great cultural significance to the Native Hawaiian community and a connection to early Polynesian culture worthy of protection and understanding." ...
St. Paul Miss. River bridge closure tops weekend road woes
Trying to get to the airport from St. Paul this weekend? Forget Minnesota Highway 5. It's the biggest hassle for Twin Cities drivers this weekend. Here's your guide. ...
Somali-American mom talks anti-terror recruitment, profiling
Mothers Against Youth Recruitment and Hate Crime hosted a town hall forum on Thursday to talk about the continual attention focused on Minnesota's Muslim community. An organizer talked with Tom Crann. ...
Food world rallies for quake-hit Amatrice, home of famous pasta dish
In Italy and the U.S., restaurants are pledging to use sales of Amatrice's signature dish, spaghetti all' amatriciana, to raise funds for the Italian town devastated by Wednesday's earthquake. ...
Orlando hospitals say they won't bill victims of Pulse nightclub shooting
Two Florida hospitals treating survivors of the mass shooting will be looking for other sources of payment -- or waiving fees altogether -- instead of making victims pay for their treatment. ...
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