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2 hrs ago | Twin Cities Daily Planet
America "needs a moral compass," said the president of the North Carolina NAACP chapter who last week visited Minneapolis.
2 hrs ago | Marshall Independent
It's remarkable that 2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney got through the entire campaign without having to explain the glaring problem with the highly touted first item on his promised first-day-in-office agenda: allowing states to opt out of the Affordable Care Act.
3 hrs ago | CBS Local
The Great Minnesota Get-Together is here at last, signaling the beginning of summer's end and the time for Minnesotans to eat food on-a-stick, drink and be merry.
10 hrs ago | Star Tribune
With an insider's eye, Hot Dish tracks the tastiest bits of Minnesota's political scene and keep you up-to-date on those elected to serve you.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue is reminding parents that some of those school supplies can be written off come next April 15. The state's tax laws include two types of K-12 tax relief programs.
State Fair's more than deep-fried fun; here are ideas There is so much do to at the Great Minnesota Get-Together; here are some suggestions.
A no water contact advisory has been lifted for the Lakewalk East/16th Avenue East Beach and the Grand Marais Campground Beach.
Each election cycle, the Minnesota Gun Owners Civil Rights Alliance contacts the 280-plus candidates running for the Minnesota House in hopes of surveying them about their views on gun rights.
QUITPLAN Services is bringing back the popular QuitCash Challenge, with a new twist.
As Minnesota's micro-distilleries are starting to kick things into high gear, a few folks are taking some interesting approaches to the release of their hooch.
High school seniors scored 22.9 out of a possible 36 on the ACT, ranking the state first among states in which at least half of graduates took the exam.
We're still more than two months out from November's election and tonight we're getting a better look at where things stand with two of Minnesota's biggest races.
They visited some of the younger patients at Essentia Health-St. Mary's Medical Center in the afternoon.
Those elected include: President Shirley Brekken, MS, RN, executive director, Minnesota Board of Nursing, was elected president after having served as vice president from 2010-2014.
Wright among counties that can get early disaster aid 32 Minnesota counties were declared disaster areas in mid-July and early August.
A doctor turned dancer? Sounds like it could be a sitcom right? But for Cassandra Shore, it was her real life decision.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 06:38 pm
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