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The Daily Digest: Lion-free edition
A handful of interesting articles to start your day. ...
Sturgeon, paddlefish deaths on Lake Pepin investigated
Some fishing operations have been temporarily halted after the discovery of the dead fish. ...
'Location is everything' in Oregon tribal casino dispute
The dispute between two Native American tribes comes down to historical claims on a casino's proposed site -- and also business. ...
Texas officials release more jailhouse video in Sandra Bland case
Officials in Waller County, Texas, say the videos prove many of the conspiracy theories being batted around the web are not true. Bland's death is still being investigated. ...
Streaming media: Where the creativity goes to thrive
NPR's Linda Holmes, who writes the Monkey See blog on popular culture, has found her way -- sort of -- into the percolating podcast v. radio debate with her latest post about a TV show. ...
Judge rules for Fond du Lac Band in Duluth casino dispute
The judge's ruling means the band won't have to pay the roughly $10 million the city of Duluth claimed in back payments. ...
Voting Rights Act anniversary prompts calls for action
The living members of Minnesota's congressional delegation of the time recall what it was like to unite behind a shared goal: equal rights to vote. ...
Surgeon who helped pioneer key CPR technique dies at 87
Dr. James Jude, a native Minnesotan credited with helping develop an early form of cardiopulmonary resuscitation died early Tuesday in Florida, his son said. ...
Dayton floats special session for Mille Lacs resorts
The possibility of a shortened season on Minnesota's premier walleye fishing lake may lead to a special session of the state Legislature. ...
Is this the beginning of the end for the SAT and ACT?
George Washington University is the latest and one of the largest private universities to drop its admissions testing requirement. ...
Hallberg's Picture of Health: End-of-life talks
Now that Medicare has agreed to cover the clinicians' costs of these in-office talks, there is more incentive for patients and providers to have these discussions. ...
Dayton declares windfall savings in health care bids
Competitive bidding helps save taxpayers $650 million, but two care providers will take a big hit. ...
McCollum: Investigate lion killing
Rep. Betty McCollum said she wants the U.S. Attorney and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to investigate whether a Minnesota dentist violated any laws when he killed Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe. ...
As old abuse claims mount, Boy Scouts face financial hits
The latest lawsuit accuses the Boy Scouts of America and the Northern Star Council of negligence and fraud in connection with alleged abuse by Leland Opalinski, a former Scout volunteer who died last year. ...
Free AC ahead, 7th wettest July on record
If you've lost a little sleep this month you're not alone. Tuesday morning's torrential lashing was the 4th significant early morning July storm. ...
Poor training cited in Wisconsin skydivers midair collision
The NTSB cited the lack of guidance from the Federal Aviation Administration on how pilots should fly formation flights with skydivers. Consequently, the NTSB said, the owner of the skydiving company 'did not provide its pilots skydiving formation flight training, and it did not keep records of ...
'Dueling Neurosurgeons': How brain injuries have shaped science
Brain surgery isn't new, author Sam Kean points out. Skulls that are 8,000 years old have shown signs of surgery -- and, most importantly, of healing afterwards. ...
Authorities break synthetic drug ring with North Dakota ties
Daniel Vivas Ceron is accused of moving fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opiate, and other synthetic drugs into the U.S. ...
Opinion: Conversation on the "Cruel truth of rock and roll"
Recent allegations that one of The Runaways was raped by the band's manager remind us that sexual exploitation is part of rock's foundation ...
Security hospital workers seek freer hand on restraints
Staff at the hospital, where mentally ill patients can become violent, are allowed to use mobile restraints when risk is "imminent." Workers say that standard is getting them hurt. ...
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