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A pole honors a pastor with a Purple Heart
Rev. Richard Jenkins has some fine neighbors in Newport, MN. Jenkins, who was wounded in the Vietnam War, says he was treated pretty rudely when he returned from Vietnam, a war for which he didn't volunteer and had no choice but to go. He had a lot of anger, he tells the Pioneer Press' Mary ...
Why you can’t give a Timberwolves ticket away
Reddit and the website SB Nation had a lot of fun with this photo of a Timberwolves ticket taped to a pole. Aw, someone taped a perfectly good Timberwolves ticket to a phone pole (via @RedditSports): http://t.co/9ylv6JFsT4 pic.twitter.com/uBJmqgjC6y — SB Nation NBA (@SBNationNBA) October 30, 2 ...
The Daily Digest: Peterson’s future and MNsure rates
Your morning round up of the most important political news in Minnesota and beyond. ...
Police: St. Paul driver hits bicyclist while drunk
Witnesses tell police Johnson got out of her SUV to help the man but she apparently didn't put the vehicle in park. It rolled forward and hit a stoplight. ...
Wynton Marsalis headlines new jazz series at Orchestra Hall
The series, organized by local pianist Jeremy Walker, will feature all-star combinations of national and local musicians. ...
Wisconsin homelessness down slightly, feds say
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development report to Congress comes from a one-night count by local homeless advocacy agencies. ...
Dentists' Halloween candy buyback booms
If you're like many parents, by tomorrow morning you may want to get rid of some of your kids' candy glut. A Wisconsin dentist is with you there. ...
Ebola researchers banned from medical meeting in New Orleans
Louisiana health officials say that anyone who's been in an Ebola-affected country over the last three weeks will be quarantined in their hotel rooms. ...
Body cam maker Taser reports spike in sales
Taser International says this spike started well before the August shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. ...
Alt.Latino lays out sonic altar for Dia de los Muertos
Dia De Los Muertos is a time for reflection on life. NPR's Alt.Latino marks the loss of people who've been loved and admired with music. ...
Awful moments in quarantine history
The idea of putting a possibly sick person in quarantine goes back to the ancient texts. ...
Protest against DC football team planned before Vikings game
When football fans arrive Sunday at the University of Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium for the Vikings game, they'll be greeted by a group of protesters from across the country. ...
History Forum: A Storm of Witches
The Salem Witch Trials in 17th century America were the subject of a recent History Forum held in St. Paul at the Minnesota History Center. Emerson Baker is a professor of history at Salem State College in Massachusetts and the author of a new book, "A Storm of Withcraft: The Salem Trials and the Am ...
Woman plans to keep living while dying. For now
There was a particular danger when Brittany Maynard announced in early October that she would kill herself in November, rather than suffer the agony of the brain tumor that is growing inside her head. What if November came and she didn't want to die? ...
Spooky cold Halloween, computer weather wars continue
Now that’s a cold front! Those cutting northwest winds are the delivery system for the coldest air mass of the fall season so far. Temperatures may not reach 40 degrees over most of Minnesota this Halloween. Yes, it looks like this will indeed be the coldest Halloween in 8 years. Polar fleece ...
Video: Halloween, fire -- and puppets
Barebones Annual Halloween Extravaganza is "Metamorphosoup," a melding of the Stone Soup folk tale with the primordial soup. Plus puppets. And fire. ...
The devastating history of midterm elections
The worry for any president during the midterm is that the past may be prologue. It's a trend that began as early as the Civil War and is firmly established in the era of the modern presidency. ...
The methodology behind PoliGraph's MNsure analysis
PoliGraph looked at how much more it would cost people to buy an entry-level plan on MNsure with the help of a subsidy. Here's the methodology behind the analysis. ...
PoliGraph: MNsure rate hike rhetoric flies; claims inconclusive
MPR News ran more than 50 scenarios to test the Dayton administration's 4.5 percent claim about MNsure rate increases. Officials aren't technically wrong but haven't told the whole story. ...
Group blasts Dayton for not signing medical marijuana pledge
Medical marijuana advocates are letting voters know how Minnesota’s gubernatorial candidates view their issue, just five days before the election. ...
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