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An endangered bat could delay work on an Interstate 80 interchange that business and civic leaders hope will bring more businesses and jobs to Waukee and West Des Moines.
The Journal Sentinel in Milwaukee is reporting the 7-foot Italian sausage costume, usually seen racing around Miller Park during Brewers games, has been found after going missing for nearly two weeks.
A Friday night at home with her daughters Jaida and Ana was what Kristine Ramos-Walker was really looking forward to. She wasn’t due for another 12 days, but just after 7 p.m. she started having contractions.
St. Paul turned on the magic of colored light over the weekend, as more than 500,000 small bulbs added up to one gigantic illuminated portrait.
A Duluth mother who received a returned letter mailed to her soldier son mistakenly stamped “deceased” finally has the apology she sought for more than six years.
We know now that cats have at least two lives, since the Walker Art Center announced it will be reprising its wildly popular Internet Cat Video Festival this year.
St. Paul Police say they are investigating the possibility that a second officer was caught on social media networks dressed up as a Muslim woman.
A father has pleaded guilty to aiming an assault rifle at group of children he thought had stolen Halloween candy from one of his children.
It really does get better for gay and bisexual teens when it comes to being bullied, although young gay men have it worse than their lesbian peers, according to the first long-term scientific evidence on how the problem changes over time.
Every year, USA Today keeps tabs on which Super Bowl ads scored sensationally and which ones tanked miserably. Here are the top 10 highest ranking ads for Super Bowl XLVII, as well as the 5 worst-received spots.
The 49-year-old woman who received no fewer than four speeding tickets last week after flying down on I-90 as fast as 112 mph has been identified.
The long-held view of fat in our diets is that it causes health problems. One registered dietitian says that’s not the case anymore and that we need fat to stay healthy and thin.
It took 60 years, but a Minnesota man finally has his free candy bars.
You might think activity in a small township in northern Minnesota would come to a standstill when the temperature drops to 42 below zero.
Ever feel a little twinge of jealousy when you look at a friend’s vacation photos on Facebook? Turns out, you’re not alone.
- Curiocity Review: ‘Rock Of Ages’ Musical Not For All Ages, But Rocks May 18, 2013
- Twins Blog: ‘The Sandlot’ May 17, 2013
- Curiocity: Reviewing The Kenwood May 17, 2013
- Movie Blog: ‘Midnight’s Children’ Review May 17, 2013
- CDC: 3 Of 5 Pools Tested Positive For Fecal ContaminationThe Centers for Disease Control estimate that nearly 3 of 5 public swimming pools are contaminated with fecal matter. The figures from their tests of polls conducted during last summer's swim season showed about 58 percent of the samples tested positive for E. coli.
- Wisconsin Teen To Take Miss Minnesota To PromOne Wisconsin teen will have a dream date for his junior prom. Eighteen-year-old Charlie Gainey is taking Miss Minnesota USA Danielle Hooper to the Menomonie High School prom on Saturday.
- TV Reporter Says He’s Fired For Profanity On AirA weekend news anchorman for a Bismarck television station says he was fired after he opened his first-ever broadcast with obscenities.
- MN Case Not The 1st Time Body Sent Out With LaundryA Minnesota hospital's mistaken handling of a stillborn baby is rare, but not unprecedented.
- City Pages ‘Best Of’ Honors Amelia, Rosen & DaraCity Pages and its readers are honoring some familiar faces.
- Wis. Court Upholds Verdict Against Fired ProfessorA Wisconsin appeals court has ruled against a chemistry professor who was let go from the Milwaukee School of Engineering because of his limited English skills.
- Target Apologizes For Labeling Plus-Size Dress ‘Manatee Gray’Target has apologized to customers after some took issue with how clothing meant for plus-sized shoppers was labeled.
- Like Willy Wonka, Pearson’s Opens Factory To The PublicA St. Paul icon is opening its doors to the public for the first time in more than 50 years. The Pearson's Candy Company's factory along West 7th Street has been virtually unchanged since it started production there in 1959.
- Alternative Prom In St. Cloud Caters To LGBT TeensGay and lesbian teens who may feel uncomfortable attending a traditional prom at their high school have another option -- an alternative prom in the St. Cloud area that's open to LGBT teens from across the state.
- April Fools’ Jokes Around MinnesotaWhen the home opener for the Twins 2013 season happens amid temperatures hovering around the freezing point, you have to presume that a few Minnesotans are going to take full advantage of the opportunity to pull an April Fools prank.