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ST. PAUL — It wasn't exactly a kumbaya moment, but Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton wrapping his arm around Republican House Speaker Kurt Daudt for a selfie set a tone of congenial cooperation at the start of a Tuesday, Feb. 13, media briefing ahead of the upcoming legislative session.
MINNEAPOLIS — Researchers have completed a unique study of sex trafficking in Minnesota that could set the stage to develop the country’s most in-depth model to combat the trade.
MINNEAPOLIS — Helmets and pads will be donned by elite athletes this month at U.S. Bank Stadium, but don't expect everyone to be wearing Vikings purple and gold. Minneapolis is gearing up to host its first Summer X Games, the top annual competition for action sport athletes to compete for gold and glory. Spanning four days, the competitors will race, spin and flip on skateboards, dirt bikes, motorcycles and BMX bikes in downtown Minneapolis and at the Mall of America in Bloomington from July 13-16.
MINNEAPOLIS—After leading a Minnesota Vikings offense that has been largely ineffective for the season's first half, offensive coordinator Norv Turner has resigned from his position. The team announced the move Wednesday, Nov. 2, two days after the team's offense stalled out en route to a 20-10 loss to Chicago on Monday Night Football. Minnesota ranks 31st out of 32 teams in yards per game, including a league-worst 2.7 yards per rush.
MINNEAPOLIS — Winter is coming, but injury season has already arrived. ACLs are tearing like there is no tomorrow in San Diego. Cleveland can't keep a quarterback upright. Minnesota, Miami and Tampa Bay had their feature backs go down in Week 2. And someone named Jacoby Brissett is the quarterback for the New England Patriots. Who?
ST. JOSEPH, Minn. — The parents of Jacob Wetterling addressed the media outside their home Tuesday to say they still have hope that their long-missing son will come home. Even...
CALEDONIA, Minn. -- What would have been a historic ban of frac sand mining did not come to pass Tuesday in Houston County, as a county board meeting devolved into...
MINNEAPOLIS -- A proposed silica sand mining project in southeastern Minnesota could change the nature of the industry in the state. Or not. Nobody is quite sure what to expect...
Six Rochester men — including a professor at the University of Minnesota-Rochester — were arrested Thursday as part of a months-long child pornography sting. Mark David McGinley, 58, is accused...
ST. PAUL — It all started with a crayon. At least that was the rhetoric used during Thursday’s Minnesota Public Utilities Commission hearing regarding proposed alternate routes for the Sandpiper Pipeline project. The original route, along with the eight proposed “system alternatives,” came under fire from attorneys representing Canadian transportation company Enbridge, environmental groups and others, calling the routes on the table lines drawn on a map in crayon. The end result led the commission to vote in favor of deviating from its usual routine.