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Archives for April 2018
The Minnesota Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether a Central Minnesota domestic violence support organization, which allowed a woman at a fundraiser to give a speech about her alleged domestic abuse, can be sued for defamation. The organization — Someplace Safe — also printed details in a newsletter. Read more →
Germans are wearing skullcaps to stand against violence against Jews. Read more →
Sharmake Mohamed, of Moorhead, is looking for work. He’s afraid of the railroad workers he transported for a living because they, apparently, are afraid of him. Read more →
The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office tried to explain the science of the sun angle in order to keep people off the ice.
That’s probably not going to work. Read more →
What’s particularly upsetting about the current assault on the environment by people who are charged with protecting it is we’re smart enough to know better. Read more →
West St. Paul officials are being accused of alleged misogyny this week following a raucous debate over the nomination of three people — all of them women — to the city’s Planning Commission.
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In a perfect world, Michelle McNamara, the University of Minnesota journalism grad, would be alive today to see the perp walk man may do in California. She lived determined to see it, she committed the last years of her life to making it happen. Read more →
Drew Cloud has been occasionally quoted as one of the leading ‘experts’ on student loans.
Today, it has been revealed he’s fake. There’s no such person.
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There’s nothing to see here but broken eagle dreams. Read more →
It’s unlikely there’ll be many people on the sidelines in the case of a lawsuit that alleges children have been taken from parents in Minnesota because they were spanked. You’re either for spanking or you’re against it. Read more →
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Early this morning in Detroit, a man climbed to the edge of a bridge over I-696 and threatened to jump.
The highway below was closed and the state police asked 13 truckers to help out. They did. Read more →
Constable Ken Lam didn’t want to shoot Alek Minassian, the man who appears to have been the driver of a van that killed 10 people in Toronto on Monday.
A video shot by bystanders shows Lam ordering Minassian to the ground, Minassian insisting that the constable shoot him. Read more →