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Why The Measles Outbreak May Be More Widespread In MinnesotaMeasles were all but "eradicated" in the year 2000 -- the same year George W. Bush faced Al Gore for president. Now, measles are making a comeback.
First Avenue Tests Out Reusable Beer CupThe beer hasn't changed, but lately, the cups it is served in look a little different at First Avenue.
Defying Demands Of Mayor Frey, Police Union President Announces Free 'Warrior' Training For OfficersFollowing Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey’s banning of “fear-based, warrior style” training for Minneapolis police, an online training program will be offered free to all Minneapolis police officers.
Facebook Is Spending At Least $3 Billion To Deal With FTC Privacy ProbeFacebook's costs jumped by $3 billion in the first three months of the year as the company deals with an ongoing Federal Trade Commission investigation into the social network's privacy practices.
Fort Snelling ‘Bdote’ Signs Lead Some GOP Senators To Threaten Minnesota Historical Society Budget CutsFort Snelling sits at the confluence of the Mississippi and Minnesota rivers, which the Dakota people called "Bdote.” But visitor signs at the fort using the word "Bdote" have some lawmakers upset.
Eagan Police Pull Over Dozens Of Texting Drivers In ‘Operation Busted By A Bus’“Operation Busted by a Bus” is in full effect in Eagan.
Can Beer Bring Back Gopher Fans?University President Eric Kaler thinks broader beer and wine sales at Mariucci and Williams arenas can help boost sagging attendance.
Walz Orders Flags Lowered For Fallen OfficerGov Tim Walz has ordered flags to fly at half-staff at all state and federal buildings in Minnesota in honor of a conservation officer who died on duty.
Man Pleads Guilty In Massive Minnesota Methamphetamine BustA north Minneapolis man has pleaded guilty in connection with what federal authorities believe to be the largest single methamphetamine bust in Minnesota history.
'U' Students Say They 'Don't Know' When They'll Be Financially IndependentA new study shows half of American parents have cut back on retirement savings to help adult children pay bills.
Iowa Rep. Steve King Compares His Political Struggles To The Persecution Of JesusRep. Steve King, who was stripped of his committee assignments by the House GOP leadership earlier after making a string of racist statements, says his political travails have given him "better insight" into what Jesus Christ went through.
Trump: White House 'Fighting All The Subpoenas'As President Trump left for Atlanta Wednesday to address a summit on drug addiction and the opioid crisis, it was subpoenas directed at his former top officials that evoked his ire.