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Tuesday's final approval of the long-debated Volcker rule, which places new restrictions on bank trading, sparked celebration from supporters and warnings from critics.
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More than 7,000 people turned out for a free Minnesota Orchestra performance, conducted by Manny Laureano, at the Lake Harriet Bandshell Sept.
As the University of Minnesota Extension restructures a program that educates low-income families about nutrition, many union jobs will be lost.
Your first years as a teacher can be hard ones. Some estimates say half drop out of the profession within five years.
Riverview elementary school leaders have to get creative if they want to meet the unique requirements of the school's two-way Spanish-English immersion program.
Boston University has landed New York Times media columnist and Minnesota native David Carr to fill a new endowed chair dedicated to exploring creative business models to support digital journalism.
The University of Minnesota says theives steal evergreens from its campuses each winter to use as Christmas trees at home, so they're trying a new deterrent - "skunk spray," according to CBS Minnesota.
Minnesota senators are hoping to learn more about campus crime and security in the wake of several high-profile incidents.
Lung cancer, according to The American Cancer Society , is expected to kill 2,500 Minnesotans this year.
Don't count on a sales tax rebate check like the ones that became popular in prior years when Minnesota ran a budget surplus, the state's top senator said Monday.
About 1,700 people registered to attend the Shaping Our Appalachian Region conference on Monday.
About 18 months after the MNGOP was nearly evicted from the office space it was renting in the Capitol Office Building , the financially challenged party is preparing to move... to the crunchy streets of Seward? SEE ALSO: Judgmental Mpls neighborhood map describes Seward as land of "crabby baristas" Indeed.
Today's headlines include reports about new sticker-shock concerns over costs for coverage purchased through the health law's new online insurance marketplaces.
There are plenty of people stepping up to take credit for the state's projected billion-dollar budget surplus.
Minnesotans woke up on Wednesday to more than two feet of fresh snow and plummeting temperatures.
Gov. Mark Dayton , benefiting from good timing as we approach a 2014 election year, indicated last week that he wants to cut taxes for business and middle-class Minnesotans, thanks to a newly forecast $1.1 billion budget surplus.