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While Allina Health System plans to suspend water births -- underwater deliveries that proponents say help women better cope with labor pain -- no other Twin Cities hospitals report they plan to follow suit.
Holding the Stars and Stripes, Cindy Le leads her first grade class in the Pledge of Allegiance at the Richard Murphy School in Boston.
Owner Nan Bailly inspected vines at Alexis Bailly Vineyard in Hastings, where heavy snow gave some protection during this winter's long and and intense cold.
According to a study conducted by researches at the University of Minnesota, nonwhite people , regardless of income, are exposed to higher levels of air pollution than white people.
A Celebration of Life service for Rolf A. Walter, 73, of Fairmont, Minn., will be 2 p.m. Friday, April 25, 2014, at Grace Lutheran Church in Fairmont.
Anna graduated from Granada-Huntley-East Chain High School in 2007. She will be graduating from veterinary school at the University of Minnesota this spring.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaks to University of Minnesota graduate students and faculty during a small group discussion Thursday afternoon in Northrop Auditorium.
An Egyptian Muslim prays during a ritual in Mina, Saudi Arabia, October 2013. Some people wore masks during the hajj pilgrimage last year to protect against the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome.
Michael Hall's new picture book "It's an Orange Aardvark!" is a featured selection in the Children's Book of the Month Club and will be read Thursday in more than 600 Barnes & Noble stores across the country.
The American Humanist Association filed a lawsuit Saturday against New Jersey's Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School District on behalf of a local atheist family seeking to omit the phrase "under God" from the school's daily Pledge of Allegiance.
More than 30 years ago, Minneapolitans Leslie Ross Lentz and Stephanie Shopa cooked up the botanically based bath products that came to be known as Thymes.
SCSU choir to collaborate with voices from U of M on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/entertainment/music/2014/04/21/scsu-choir-collaborate-voices-u-m/7953057/ But the students in the St. Cloud State University Concert Choir are excited to collaborate on a performance with the University of Minnesota Singers at 5 p.m. Friday at the Newman ... (more)
Women, business owners await Senate vote on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/news/local/2014/04/21/women-business-owners-await-senate-vote/7952637/ St. Cloud State University Women's Center Violence Against Women committee members Hilary Packer, graduate assistant; Lee LaDue, coordinator of Sexual Assault Services; Nadia Kamil, student; ... (more)
A Green Line light rail train makes a stop in downtown St. Paul as workers test-run the trains.
University of St. Thomas instructors are testing their business acumen with launch of CourseCal, a cloud-based calendar and course management platform.