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Minnesota Leaders Reach Budget Deal As Deadline Looms
Top legislative leaders and Democratic Gov. Tim Walz reached a budget deal Sunday as the clock ticked down on the 2019 legislative session, and it was expected that lawmakers would need a special session to finish their work.
Billionaire Tells Morehouse College Grads He'll Pay Their Student Loans
Billionaire technology investor Robert F. Smith told Morehouse College's Class of 2019 that he's giving them the ultimate graduate gift: A grant that will wipe out their student loans. It will reportedly cost him an estimated $40 million.
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Minnesota Weather: Rounds Of Rain Expected, Sunday Snow For Some
Though most of the state won't see severe weather this weekend, Minnesotans can expect rounds of rain. There is also the potential for slushy snow Sunday in the Duluth/Arrowhead Region.
Minnehaha Creek Watershed District Warns Of Potential Flooding
With heavy rain expected in coming days, the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District is advising Minnesotans of the potential for localized flooding.
Rains Can’t Stop 2 Big, Outdoor Twin Cities Events
There are two big events in the city of Minneapolis this weekend that are planning to still go on, rain or shine.
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Brooks Koepka Wins 2019 PGA Championship, Holding Off Dustin Johnson
Brooks Koepka, the 29-year-old Florida golfing phenom, won the 2019 PGA Championship on Sunday for the second year in a row, as he shot eight under par at The Black Course in Farmingdale, New York, for a final round score of 74.
Encarnacion Stars With Glove And Bat, Mariners Top Twins 7-4
Edwin Encarnacion made several nice plays at first base early in the game, then hit a three-run homer in the seventh inning that helped the Seattle Mariners beat Minnesota 7-4 Sunday, snapping the Twins' five-game winning streak.
Finlay's Goal Lifts Minnesota United Over Crew 1-0
Ethan Finlay scored against his former team in the 70th minute, and Minnesota United held on for a 1-0 win over the Columbus Crew on Saturday night.
2019 Preakness Stakes: War Of Will Crosses Finish Line 1st
War of Will won the 144th Preakness Stakes on Saturday at Pimlico Race Course.
Top 5 Popular Eateries In Minneapolis' Windom Park Neighborhood
Get to know this Minneapolis neighborhood by browsing its most popular local businesses, from a Thai to an Ecuador and Colombia restaurant.
4 Best Minneapolis Restaurants To Splurge On New American
Craving New American food? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the best high-end New American restaurants around Minneapolis.
Best Minneapolis Spots To Honor Mom This Mother's Day
Still looking for ways to celebrate on May 12? When it comes to honoring mothers — of all kinds — there’s no room for half-measures.
Hai Hai Brings Southeast Asian Flavor To Nordeast Minneapolis
Inspired by the flavors from her travels to her parent's native Vietnam, Nguyen rolled the dice. At Hai Hai, you can find street food from Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, along with fresh herbs, varying textures.
The 5 Best Minneapolis Places To Get A Frozen Treat
Topping the list is Milkjam Creamery; the spot to score ice cream and frozen yogurt and more is the highest rated frozen treat spot in Minneapolis.
Top 4 Must-Visit Places In Minneapolis's Powderhorn Park
Topping the list is dive bar Matt's Bar, which offers burgers and more. Time magazine named this spot's original Jucy Lucy burger as one of the 17 most influential burgers of all time.
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Why Do We Become So Attached To TV Characters?
“The Big Bang Theory” has captured hearts for 12 years. Fan favorites like Sheldon and Penny have offered viewers every range of emotions.
How Do Tariffs Work?
On Monday, China announced a new round of tariffs in retaliation for American tariffs that were put in place last week. President Donald Trump has argued that China will pay for the new tax on imports. But is that really how tariffs work?
89-Year-Old Clock Maker Has A Lot Of Time On His Hands
During his working days, Bill ran a greenhouse and painted houses. He got the idea to start building clocks when he and his wife attended a craft show. He made his first in 2001. Now, like clockwork, he'll build a half-dozen or so every year.
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