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Suspect falls out of tree and into police custody
14 hours 7 min ago
Minnesota DNR suspends invasive species training program
15 hours 7 min ago
Benson bond moves forward
22 hours 12 min ago
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A vintage hay rake in Dovre Township in northwestern Kandiyohi County presides over a snowless landscape on a 34-degree Wednesday afternoon. A foot of snow in November kick-started winter but has since retreated. No snow is in the immediate forecast, but there may be a couple snow showers next week. (TRIBUNE/Rand Middleton)
Not in winter’s wheelhouse
22 hours 12 min ago
Class to host 1920s-themed dinner Saturday
22 hours 7 min ago
Fairview Hospital diagnoses U of M student with measles
22 hours 49 min ago
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Mayor enforces three-minute time limit for public comment
22 hours 53 min ago
Bill targets Minnesota Lottery online game
22 hours 37 min ago
Mdewakanton offers $55K grant to Turnabout
22 hours 37 min ago
Boys swimming & diving: Tech sinks Cards
22 hours 22 min ago
Boys basketball roundup: Melrose upends Thunder Hawks
22 hours 24 min ago
Muslims worry federal anti-terror program could gather intelligence
January 29, 2015 - 6:00am
Girls hockey: Stars down Cards in regular-season finale
22 hours 30 min ago
Kate Wolfe-Jenson gives voice commands to her Amazon Echo, a cylindrical, microphone-rigged, Internet-connected device which can call up news, access Internet-stored music, add items to a to-do list, set timers and more entirely with voice commands. The device has been a godsend for Wolfe-Jenson of Minneapolis, who has MS. The light on top goes on when the device is voice-activated. (Pioneer Press/Scott Takushi)
Amazon’s new voice-activated Echo opens the online world to Minneapolis author
January 29, 2015 - 9:00am
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