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TSA whistleblower details MSP profiling allegation
Andrew Rhoades said his work to resolve some Muslims' travel problems could be compromised if he couldn't work with certain individuals, as he says his supervisor warned him to do. ...
Saturday showers southern MN, a dry Sunday
We’ve seen plenty of rain since last Sunday, so it would be great to see some dry days. Most of Minnesota will have a dry weekend, but a low pressure system tracking through Missouri will spin some showers over southern parts of our state: The most numerous showers will be over the two tiers o ...
Minn. fair seeks to match small businesses with govt. contracts
Small business owners hope to find reliable revenue streams in government contracts. A recent fair near Minneapolis helped some navigate the complicated process. ...
A nice weekend
Temperatures rebounded nicely today, reaching the upper 50s in the Twin Cities by late afternoon. We had plenty of sunshine, but clouds lingered over southwestern Minnesota: Rain to the south on Saturday A low pressure system will track through Missouri on Saturday, and it could deliver some showers ...
A drone for loan? North Dakota agency eager to help
One of the first law enforcement agencies to use unmanned aircraft as eyes in the sky says it's ready to ship its technology anywhere in the country to help police who need it. ...
Dayton pushes transportation spending plan, but talks are in low gear
Gov. Mark Dayton on Friday laid out his demands for a transportation funding package, hoping to jumpstart progress on a deal with Republicans. But lawmakers aren't close to agreeing and time is running out. ...
Trooper releases ‘Trooper’ back to the wild
This is the proper technique for releasing an eagle back to the wild. Eyes to the sky. Feet wide apart. Tongue out. ...
'A Good Time for the Truth': What it's like to be a person of color in Minnesota
In a new book, "A Good Time for the Truth," 16 local writers reflect on what it is like to be a person of color in Minnesota. ...
$800M park funding plan passes Minneapolis City Council
With maintenance backlogs at 160 neighborhood parks, supporters of the measure say the injection of cash is necessary to save park equipment and buildings from falling into irreversible decline. ...
Lawmakers weigh overhaul of Minnesota drug laws
The package, backed by cops and prosecutors, would reduce penalties for low-level users and toughen them for big-time dealers. But will lawmakers get it done before the session ends? ...
St. Paul's Union Depot throws itself a 90th birthday party
The expo is free and open to the public. Visitors will have access to a variety of train equipment, including locomotives and a post office car, parked on the station's platform. ...
Wind energy setting records in Minnesota
Wind energy production reaching unprecedented levels in Minnesota. ...
Minnesota state parks opening all campsites to reservations
The policy change means hundreds of previously "first come, first served" state park campsites will become reservable starting next week, the DNR said Friday. ...
Spoiler: Vikings never wore horned helmets
This might be the biggest news since it was revealed Lassie was a boy. ...
Former deputy sues, alleging he was forced to resign
A former Itasca County sheriff's deputy has filed a federal lawsuit claiming he was forced to resign because he supported the sheriff's opponent in the last election. ...
U.S. Steel says China is using cyber stealth to steal its secrets
The steelmaker is asking a U.S. agency to investigate its claims that the Chinese government not only dumps steel at unfair prices, but also uses computer hackers to steal intellectual property. ...
Indie Bookstore Day: Where to go, what to read
Saturday is the third annual celebration of local bookstores. Get reading recommendations from stores around the state. ...
What’s next? CJ Cregg conducts a White House press briefing
Q: What do you call it when a cast member from The West Wing takes over a job in the actual West Wing? A: A good start. ...
State psych hospital no longer at risk of losing federal funding
The Anoka-Metro Regional Treatment Center has reached a deal to correct safety and patient care issues. ...
Hennepin County sheriff gives talk on counterterrorism
Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek delivered the closing remarks Friday at an international conference on counterterrorism held in New York City. ...
Voting Rights for Felons
Currently, felons in Minnesota must fulfill their probations or parole before having their voting rights restored, but some Minnesota senators believe these voting rights should be restored sooner for felons who are no longer incarcerated. Do you agree?
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