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What are the odds your kid will end up in prison at some point in his/her life?
What happens when an airplane discovers a tribe in the Amazon?
There’s still time to submit your nominee for the most unimaginative architecture in the Twin Cities.
A second person has died as the result of Sunday’s tornado in Hugo.
If there’s a lab rat for the issue of sex education for young people, perhaps Worthington and Nobles County is it.
When Sen. Amy Klobuchar met with members of the Minnesota Burmese community this week, it’s doubtful this idea came up. In Canada human rights groups are calling on women to take part in a unique protest against Burma’s military junta. The Quebec Women’s Federation and the activist group Rights and Democracy are coordinating the Canadian Read more →
Some things are cool, just because.
When was the last time a gallon of gasoline cost more than a pack of cigarettes?
The arts gets the ‘crazy aunt in the attic’ treatment from those trying to get a sales tax increase passed.
When does a war rise to the level of memorial?
A story in a local paper on thefts from cemeteries appeared to categorize the American flag as garbage.
MPR’s Tom Weber has paused in his coverage of the tornado in Hugo to tell you what it’s like to cover a tornado.
Melissa Gilbert to play the Guthrie.
MnDOT provides some details on plans to replace one of the busiest bridges in the Twin Cities.