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Douglas Brinkley on the Roosevelts and the National Parks
We mark today's centennial of the National Park Service with a talk by historian Douglas Brinkley, who has written books about the two presidents he thinks have had the biggest impact on conservation in America: Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin D. Roosevelt. FDR said, "there's nothing more American ...
Charges: Mpls. man took 35W settlement, left country to join ISIS
Federal prosecutors say Mohamed Amiin Ali Roble of Minneapolis left the country shortly after he turned 18 and collected more than $91,000 as part of a settlement for injuries he received in the bridge collapse. ...
MN Supreme Court taking up Minneapolis minimum wage issue
A fight over proposed ballot measure to increase minimum wage in Minneapolis to $15 an hour is going to the Minnesota Supreme Court, which has set oral arguments for Aug. 30. ...
Iowa’s record floods, Florida and Gulf Coast hurricane potential
European model still forecasting a potential south Florida landfall. ...
MN Supreme Court: St. Paul 'assessments' are really taxes
The state's highest court on Wednesday delivered a blow to a key municipal finance mechanism in St. Paul that critics panned as a way to sidestep the traditional property tax system. ...
'Rich and Pretty': A summer read with wit and bite
Rumaan Alam's debut novel about the intricacies and envies of a longtime friendship comes from years of observation and eavesdropping. ...
Will smart home innovation become the next big tech trend?
Best Buy has its eye on smart home innovations as a possible next big tech wave it can ride for sales and profits, and multiple companies are jockeying to be the field's leaders. ...
Frozen Graceland? Prince's Paisley Park opens to public in October
Prince's former home and studio in Chanhassen will open as a museum and be run by a firm with ties to Elvis Presley's Graceland mansion. Here's how to get tickets. ...
Corrections commissioner Tom Roy on prison reform, county jails and services for inmates
Tom Roy, commissioner of Minnesota's Department of Corrections, responds to criticism about services available to inmates. ...
Zebra mussels found in popular Carver County lake
The invasive pests were discovered at the public boat access to Lake Minnewashta in Chanhassen. County and watershed officials say they're working quickly to stop a lakewide infestation. ...
Appetites: You should dry out your food
Stuck with lots of produce you're not sure how to use? Here's how to dry it out using a dehydrator or oven so fruits and veggies last longer. ...
St. Paul author takes home the highest award in sci-fi
Naomi Kritzer won a Hugo this weekend for her story, "Cat Pictures Please," about an artificial intelligence who is just trying to help -- but is also wreaking havoc. ...
An update on flooding in northeast Iowa
Gary Rustad, Decorah's mayor pro tempore, gives an update on the substantial flood damage and the evacuation of residents. ...
Klobuchar says drug price increase should spur action
Sen. Amy Klobuchar wants Congress to act to reduce prescription drug prices after the cost of medicine to treat severe allergic reactions has spiked. ...
Mississippi ISIS recruit gets 8 years in prison
A Mississippi man who tried to travel to Syria with his fiancee to join the Islamic State group was sentenced Wednesday to eight years in prison on federal terrorism charges. ...
Ode to a Minnesota water tower
When you move to the Midwest, it doesn't take long to appreciate the sentries that stand watch in our communities. ...
After protests, cop who fatally shot Castile placed back on leave
The city of St. Anthony released a statement Wednesday saying it decided to put Officer Jeronimo Yanez back on leave "after reviewing concerns and other feedback from the community." ...
Roundtable: Living conditions in low-rent housing
Three guests share their perspective on the conditions in low-rent housing, from the concerns of tenants to how legislators could act to improve standards of living. ...
Jackpot: Scientists find Earth-like planet at star next door
After scanning the vast reaches of the cosmos for Earth-like planets where life might exist, astronomers have found one right next door. ...
Revisiting the great collector car storage case of 2016
People were unhappy with the picture that was used to show the driveway of the individual, whose case was at the heart of the case which tested a state law regulating these sorts of things. So I snapped a couple of pictures this afternoon. ...
Getting broadband internet to rural Minnesota is gaining momentum. Is broadband as essential as electricity and running water, thus requiring more government support to make it feasible in sparsely populated areas?
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