Playing Politics 9-21-16
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Minneapolis Writer Pens Memoir About Losing Husband To CancerA Minneapolis woman went from being a twenty-something, happy-go-lucky, free spirit to a 33-year-old single mother and widow after losing her husband to cancer.
Talking Points: A Look At Who’s Leading In MinnesotaMinnesota voters won't get a say in the presidential race until March 1, when the state’s caucuses will be held.
Dakota Co. Worker Charged For Sharing Report On Kissing LawmakersA Dakota County employee has been charged for allegedly forwarding an internal report that detailed citations of two Minnesota lawmakers approached about a romantic encounter in a park this summer.
By Next Fall, Minneapolis Might Have A Cat CaféJapan is known for its quirky cat cafes, and now a similar experience may be heading to Minneapolis.
University Of Minnesota Responds To 3rd Harassment ReportThe University of Minnesota responded Monday to a third woman's claims that she was sexually harassed by former athletic director Norwood Teague by asking that anyone else with similar allegations come forward.
What Should You Do If A Boss Or Co-Worker Makes Unwanted Sexual Advances?New allegations of sexual harassment are surfacing against the now resigned University of Minnesota Athletic Director Norwood Teague.
4 Things To Know: Shots In Ferguson, More Accusations Against Norwood Teague & Moreom shots at a protest for the one-year anniversary of Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson, Mo. to more accusations against former University of Minnesota athletic director Norwood Teague, here's a look at four popular stories in headlines Monday.
Dining Out On Father's DayThe StarTribune's food critic Rick Nelson has some fun destination suggestions.
Vacated Pioneer Press Building To Be Converted Into ApartmentsWe now know what will replace the Pioneer Press building in downtown St. Paul, as it moves its headquarters -- apartments.