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National American University Transitions To Online CoursesNational American University is closing its Sioux Falls and Rapid City campuses as well as others as the school transitions to online classes.
Charges Dropped In Jussie Smollett Case
Report: Minneapolis Launching Program To Provide Stability To Hundreds Of Homeless StudentsMinneapolis is reportedly launching a pilot program to help hundreds of homeless students by providing rental assistance and access to social services in the hopes that the improved stability at home will lead to better success in the classroom.
Owner Of Krispy Kreme And Panera Bread Acknowledges Nazi PastThe German family that holds majority stakes in food brands including Einstein Bros. Bagels, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts and Panera Bread had close financial ties to Adolf Hitler's Third Reich, a German newspaper reported.
1 Person Dies In Woodbury House FireWoodbury police say one person is dead after a fire Tuesday morning.
Time-Outs Are Still An Effective Method Of Discipline, New Study ShowsTime-outs are a pretty common way for parents to discipline their kids, but some argue they can be harmful to a child's mental well-being.
Minnesota Weather: Warm-Up Begins Tuesday, 70s Possible WednesdayAfter a chilly start below freezing Tuesday morning, temperatures are expected to climb back into the 50s by the afternoon.
How To Keep Water From Entering Your BasementThe most common causes of basement flooding is the grade at which the house sits.
'We Just Wear Our Scars On The Outside': Band Of Wounded Warriors Healing Through MusicThe Resilient are working on their first album. But they expect to just get better and stronger.
Conor McGregor, MMA Superstar, Suddenly Retires -- AgainSuperstar UFC fighter Conor McGregor has announced on social media that he is retiring from mixed martial arts.
With Trump On The Offensive, Democrats Seek Release Of Mueller Report Emboldened by the Justice Department summary of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, President Trump has gone on the offensive, lashing out at his critics and calling for probes into unidentified people who he said lied to Congress, committed "evil" deeds and participated in "treasonous things."
Michael Avenatti Arrested On Federal Charges Of Wire Fraud And ExtortionAttorney Michael Avenatti, who came to national prominence as the lawyer for adult film star Stormy Daniels, was arrested on federal charges in two separate cases in California and New York, federal prosecutors announced Monday.