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Archives for December 2009
But KSTP’s Patrick Hammer stays atop the season standings for snowball predictions.
A man with reported links to al Qaida tried to blow up the plane on approach to Detroit
Decency ripped from the headlines.
There is a daily moment of beauty in downtown St. Paul, when the lights of the day give way to the light of the night.
Highlights of Minnesota’s techno-lights extravaganzas.
Being inconvenienced isn’t a tragedy.
Time runs out for veterans to visit a memorial to their WWII service, the Christmas quizzes, the pictures that say ‘family,’ life lessons for an 11-year-old, and the man who tracked Santa.
The final estimates for the this round of the Challenge are in.
There was a large jump in 2009 gun permits in the state, but the increase is not out of line with historical trends.
Here are the current estimates from area meteorologists on the total snowfall from the Christmas storm.
In the big scheme of thing, the new rules may be a solution in search of a problem.
It’s a good day to let the pictures do the talking.
No matter how many ways cities try to alert residents about snow emergencies, hundreds of people get caught and get towed.
Only stories about a lack of snow rival the hysteria of an approaching snowstorm.