Blue Herons Making A Big Comeback On Lake PeltierAt one time, Anoka County’s Lake Peltier was home to the second largest blue heron nesting spot in the Twin Cities.
Convicted Felons Get Cases Reviewed For DNA, Possible ExonerationOf all more than 14,000 convictions dating back to the early 1980’s, only 21 defendants agreed to further DNA testing.
Minnetonka Mail Carrier Arrested For Driving DrunkPolice in Minnetonka credit an alert motorist for putting them onto a suspected drunk driver last Friday.
Target Faces Boycott Over Restroom PolicyA Mississippi-based Christian group is taking aim at the Target Corporation for the company's restroom policy. Now, that policy is coming under fire by the American Family Association
‘Purple Rain’ Left Lasting Impact On Music, CultureThirty-two years ago, Prince and the Revolution first recorded the song that would propel him into rock and roll history. "Purple Rain" was later made into a major motion picture and gave Prince his first and only Academy Award for Best Original Song Score.
Coach Torchetti Making Wild Fans Of His Boston FamilyThere's no question that half the fun of being in the quest for the Stanley Cup is sharing it with friends and family.
Rural East Bethel Facing Development DilemmaIt's a dilemma that traps rural communities in an ever-increasing struggle: how to attract industry while keeping the attributes its residents love.
Mille Lacs Study Aims To Find Source Of Walleye DeclineResearch is now underway to help solve the perplexing mystery of what's happening to the walleye fishery on Lake Mille Lacs.
Franken To Lawmakers: Act Now On SWLRT Or Lose Federal FundingSen. Al Franken has a stern warning for Minnesota lawmakers - act by the end of the legislative session in May or risk losing out on $895 million in federal transportation funding.
Brisk Housing Sales Putting Pressure On Twin Cities SellersIf you're in the market for a starter home -- something in the $150,000 to $250,000 price range -- be prepared for some competition.
HCMC Pressured To End Live Animal Use In TrainingA national physicians group says it is time for Hennepin County Medical Center to stop using live animals for medical training. The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine wants a federal agency to investigate the Minneapolis hospital's use of 450 sheep and rabbits.
Crackdown On Distracted Driving Looking To Reduce Fatalities Minnesota State Trooper Tyler Uthe was working on his day off Monday, putting in overtime to help spread a critical safety message.

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