Snake River Shooting Products and Consulting Inc., has unveiled ammunition specifically designed to shoot down drones. Read more →
Archives for August 2015
You can hardly tell by the free-for-all, take-all-the-money-you-get nature of presidential campaigns, but there actually still is a Federal Election Commision to oversee the rules of campaigning and it’s apparently not happy with all the less-than-serious candidates who have filed in the last week or so. Read more →
What does Car2Go owe Minneapolis and what do Minneapolis city officials owe the people of the city who could be denied access to the transportation? Read more →
If nothing else, at least the Black Lives Matter protest at the Minnesota State Fair will provide a reason for the media coverage at the Fair to be about something important. Read more →
Which is worse? An ex-NFL player advising rookies to always have a “fall guy” if they got into legal trouble? Or a sportswriter who sat on Cris Carter’s 2014 comments at an NFL rookies symposium? Read more →
This day had to happen sooner or later. The all-you-can-drink $1 milk at the Minnesota State Fair is no more. It’s going to cost $2. Read more →
A Minnesota Court of Appeals panel today ruled that surveillance video on Metro Transit buses is public information and ordered them released to a Twin Cities TV station. Read more →
Jacob Miles Solberg, of Erskine, Minn., is probably going to spend more time in prison for raping a co-worker in 2013 because the Minnesota Court of Appeals today ruled that being remorseful isn’t enough to get a break on his sentence. Read more →
Nobody’s public status benefits from passive voice like Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s. Read more →
On June 25, 1996, Daniel Danais got good and drunk, got in his car, and plowed into David Scannell, then 39, as he rode his bike in Quincy, Mass.
Scannell suffered a traumatic brain injury that left him in a coma until last Monday, when he died at age 58.
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Officials have not yet been able to find the body of a 17-year-old girl, who jumped from St. Paul’s High Bridge into the Mississippi River after texting ‘goodbye’ to a friend on Thursday.
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Everything you think you know about Woodbury is probably reinforced in this video, released yesterday by the city to try to get people to use less water. Read more →
Last spring, a man with ALS gave two girls he didn’t know $50 with the instruction to do some good with it.
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The Freedom From Religion Foundation this week called on 25 public universities — including the University of Wisconsin — to take a step toward disconnecting religion from the sport. Read more →
Two Twin Cities airports are included in a rash of drone ‘close calls’ with aircraft, according to reports filed with the Federal Aviation Administration. Read more →