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Highway 7/71 roundabout near Blomkest is done
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West Central Tribune dropping USA Today news pages from print edition
44 min 38 sec ago
October 17, 2017
Congressman John Lewis, an integral person in the Civil Rights Movement, talks about being in some of the marches during a special presentation to faculty, staff and students Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, at Concordia College. Lewis, along with Andrew Aydin, seated at left, and illustrator Nate Powell, center, created a book, "March: Book Three." Seated at right is Richard Chapman of the Concordia College history department. Dave Wallis / Forum News Service
'We have a right as humans to be free': Civil rights icon John Lewis shares his story of struggle with F-M students
7 hours 39 min ago
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton at a day honoring Muslims at the Minnesota State Capitol.   Forum News Service file photo
Minnesota Governor's Residence to be lit blue for Somali victims
7 hours 55 min ago
Duluth Fire Chief Dennis Edwards talks about his department’s work with people suffering from opioid overdoses during Tuesday’s City Hall public forum on the opioid epidemic. Steve Kuchera / Forum News Service
More needed in opioid fight, northern Minnesota panelists say
8 hours 1 min ago
Minnesota offers gimmick-free Amazon pitch
8 hours 15 min ago
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says on Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, that the state-subsidized MinnesotaCare health insurance program can operate through 2018, but it may face financial issues beyond that. Don Davis / Forum News Service
U.S. Senate health care deal could help Minnesota insurance programs
9 hours 48 min ago
North Dakota's U.S. Attorney Chris Myers
Feds bring charges against suspected Chinese makers of powerful opioids
9 hours 50 min ago
Mining industry, Iron Rangers rally opposition to wild rice rule
9 hours 52 min ago
Lisa Kearney   Photo from Stearns County Sheriff's Office
St. Cloud woman faces up to 30 years for killing father with mallet
11 hours 50 min ago
An undated photo of Nikko, the oldest snow monkey in North America, who died Oct. 15, at the Minnesota Zoo. He was 34 years old. (Courtesy of the Minnesota Zoo)
Oldest snow monkey in North America dies at Minn. Zoo
11 hours 54 min ago
Jacque Vialla Meier overcame injuries from a ghastly car wreck in 2004 to graduate from nursing school. She also ran in this year's Twin Cities Marathon. Submitted photo courtesy of Ray Viall.
Minn. woman who survived deadly '04 crash learns to walk again before completing Twin Cities Marathon
12 hours 17 min ago
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A 320-pound woman sat on a little girl as a punishment and killed her, authorities say
12 hours 42 min ago
Home being placed on foundation falls from its support, killing Minnesota man
12 hours 47 min ago
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5-year-old cancer victim's family in heated dispute after manufacturer removes grave marker
12 hours 56 min ago
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