'U' Chemists Close To Making Male Birth Control Pill A RealityWCCO's John Lauritsen explains how a plant poison could change family planning by letting men bear the burden.
U Of M Settles Harassment Complaints For Nearly $300,000Newly released documents show the University of Minnesota paid nearly $300,000 to settle sexual harassment complaints against a former athletic director.
Conflicting Stories In Clash Between Police, Attendees At U's Somali NightTwo groups are telling conflicting stories about what happened at the University of Minnesota at an event meant to honor the Somali culture.
'Prince For Minneapolis' Symposium At 'U' Recognizes Music Icon's Impact, LegacyAs we approach the second anniversary of Prince's death, a major symposium kicks of tomorrow at the University of Minnesota.
Research Team Led By U Of M Professor Discovers Farthest Individual Star Ever SeenA professor at the University of Minnesota discovered something out of this world: An enormous blue star that’s the farthest individual star ever seen.
'U' Officials Visit San Antonio To Mine Final Four IdeasDown in San Antonio, there is a lot to do to get ready for the Final Four.
'Managers On A Mission' Offers Team Apparel At A Fair Price, For A Good CauseBy chance, a University of Minnesota student manager realized there was a market for previously-used and unused athletic apparel.
'U' Experiment On Invasive Weed Yields Limited SuccessUniversity of Minnesota researchers have reported limited success from an experiment to control an invasive weed in Lake Koronis near Paynesville.
Jane Goodall Speaks At 'U,' Where Her Legacy ContinuesThe world's leading expert on chimpanzees and a proponent of conservation will speak at the University of Minnesota Friday night.
Changes In Twin Cities Neighborhoods Have Some Residents Fearing DisplacementNeighborhoods across the Twin Cities are changing, but some say that's not always a good thing.
Gophers Make NCAA Women's TournamentBuffalo, Creighton, Minnesota and Oklahoma were the last four in.
The Report Card: Why Aren't More Women Coaching Women?One-hundred percent of the men in the NCAA men's basketball tournament are coached by men. That's a luxury nowhere near true for women.