3 Convicted In Kansas Plot To Bomb Somali RefugeesA federal jury on Wednesday found three men guilty of plotting to bomb a mosque and apartment complex housing Somali refugees in Kansas.
Passage Of Kansas School Funding Divides GOPKansas legislators approved an increase in spending on the state's public schools in hopes of meeting a court mandate after the rancorous final days of debate highlighted deep divisions among top Republicans.
5 Things: Final Four To Bring Even More MadnessThis NCAA Tournament has been particularly crazy, even by March Madness standards. Will a surprising Final Four bring even more excitement?
Minnesota Farmers, Truckers Team Up To Help Wildfire VictimsAt the Gilman Creamery in central Minnesota, relief is stacked in long rows -- bales of donated hay, set to be loaded and delivered to cattle ranchers more than 800 miles away.
Hundreds March In Eden Prairie To Honor Victims Of Kansas ShootingHundreds of people marched for peace in Eden Prairie Saturday after a high-profile shooting in another state.
Minnesota Somalis Concerned After Thwarted Terror Plot In KansasThree men in Kansas have been charged with trying to bomb an apartment complex, home to Somali immigrants.
Must-See Sites Along Route 66A look at five must-see sites along one of America's most famous highways -- Route 66
Survey Suggests Economy Slowing In Rural Parts Of MinnesotaA new survey suggests that the economy will slow down in rural parts of 10 Western and Plains states -- including Minnesota -- in the months ahead. Creighton University economist Ernie Goss says weak crop and energy prices are hurting profits across the region.
Twin Cities Flight Grounded After Being Struck By LightningA Twin Cities flight bound for San Antonio had to touch down in Kansas Thursday after it was struck by lightning.
Father Of Teen Arrested In Assault Case Says Son 'Defended Himself' The father of one of the teens arrested in Wichita, Kansas, over the weekend asks people to reserve judgment until the whole story is told.
Urban Ventures: We're Taking Teen Assault Case 'Very Seriously'Urban Ventures says they're taking the incident involving a number of teenagers allegedly assaulting people in Kansas "very seriously." Over the weekend, police said seven kids ranging in age from 12 to 18 yelled and threw things at people in Wichita, including a number of homeless people.
Q&A: A Look At Climate Change Plan And Its Impact On StatesPresident Barack Obama unveiled the final regulations in his plan to cut nationwide carbon dioxide emissions 32 percent by 2030. Obama touted it as a bold step to slow climate change, while opponents said it was federal overreach that will raise prices for electricity consumers.

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