A move to limit constitutional amendments, another school shooting, Junior Seau’s brain, stalking a girlfriend in Cold Spring, why Mary thinks less of Cory Booker, and strange things you say when you get a concussion.
Archives for January 10, 2013
It’s a bad year for the flu, but it’s not worth panicking over.
Just two months after it led the state in rejecting the constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage, Advocate.com has dropped the Twin Cities ranking for ‘gayest cities in America.’
Here’s a face and a voice at the center of a story about Adrian Peterson this week.
ESPN/ABC reports that football star Junior Seau’s brain had Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, a neurodegenerative disease that can lead to dementia, memory loss and depression.
What on earth is happening to you, Australia?
Quite often, the message conveyed in suicide prevention is that if you ask for help, things will get better. That’s not always the case, however. A study released this week shows more than half of the young people who planned, thought of, or attempted to kill themselves had received at least some treatment. Nearly 1,400 Read more →
Rex Trailer died last night and Minnesotans probably don’t know who he was. But every kid in America had a Rex Trailer in his/her life.
What the ‘nosy old ladies’ know about you, who cares about sewers, what snow teaches us about roads, the icons among us, and how an accident connected two people forever.