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Published: Sat, 24, Jun 2017 23:5

 



Minneapolis, St. Paul gain larger slice of metro population

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 17:45

For the first time in a century, the central cities’ share of the metro area’s population is on pace to grow instead of shrink, a stunning reversal that long seemed unlikely. And the shift is most noticeable in the downtowns.



Medicaid cuts in GOP health bill could take toll on Minn. seniors

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 22:40

Half of Minnesota's nursing home residents get help through the program.



Minnesota liquor stores gear up for the start of Sunday sales

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 20:22

Some are choosing to remain closed, though the long-held ban ends July 2.



Mississippi River dredging plan threatens Wabasha farm, tourism

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 20:23

A longtime family farm could be sacrificed to keep barges moving.



Friends, family identify 19-year-old fatally shot in St. Paul near State Capitol

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 21:21

The shooting scene was the site of a homicide in April.



Rattled by hate incidents, Minnesota Muslims take new precautions

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 19:53

The fears leading to added security and extra precautions are not misplaced, according to new crime data.






Twins are at their pesky best in 4-2 win over Cleveland

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 20:20

Two of meager five hits are pivotal late-inning homers.



Minnesota metal 'detectorists' track down rings, keys and memories

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 21:38

Metal detecting is a quirky hobby, but if you ever lose a wedding ring, these Minnesota enthusiasts are the ones to call.



'Little Frankenstein,' conceived to save sister, is now a happy teen

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 19:50

Adam Nash was conceived via in vitro fertilization — specifically so doctors at the University of Minnesota could collect stem cells from his umbilical cord blood to save his sister, Molly. Today, back home in Colorado, he has a driver’s license and helps disabled children ski.



Minn. cities rethink carnivals, security at local summer festivals

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 20:8

Across the metro, some local festivals are taking a note from bigger fair events, including the State Fair, by ramping up security



Congress tries to navigate coming drone economy

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 20:28

Minnesota’s Jason Lewis backs bill to give counties, cities some legal oversight.















Obama struggled to punish Russia for election assault

Fri, 23, Jun 2017 18:39

In political terms, Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election was the crime of the century, an unprecedented and largely successful destabilizing attack on American democracy. And yet, because of the divergent ways Barack Obama and Donald Trump have handled the matter, Moscow appears unlikely to face proportionate consequences.



20%? 25%? 30%? Welcome to 'tip inflation,' thanks to new consumer pressure

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 17:35

When Alexander Koury took his cats to get groomed a few weeks ago, he got a bit of a shock at the checkout counter.



St. Paul is throwing a big party for F. Scott Fitzgerald, and you're invited

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 16:49

International conference honors native Minnesotan and Jazz Age writer.



CEO says Life Time is 'just scratching the surface' of healthy living

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 17:58

In the 25 years since Bahram Akradi founded Life Time, the company has come to embody the maxim that bigger is better. He’s bulked up its fleet of fitness centers to 127 across 27 states and Canada, with 14 more opening next year and another 100 expected in the next decade. Now privately held, Life Time projects revenue of about $1.6 billion in 2017 with 30,000 employees. But Akradi is looking far beyond fitness centers and recently dropped “fitness” from the company name. He’s exploring healthy lifestyle villages where people shop, live, work, exercise, visit their doctor and relax at the spa. The strategy is playing out in the company’s hometown of Chanhassen, where it is investing in a mixed-use development, and at Southdale Center in Edina, where Life Time will build a showpiece fitness center.






Now in Washington, Melania Trump still no social butterfly

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 17:57

Two weeks into her new life as a full-time Washingtonian, Melania Trump is staying true to her reputation as more homebody than social butterfly.



Illinois could be 1st state with 'junk' credit rating due to budget crisis

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 15:6

Illinois is on track to become the first U.S. state to have its credit rating downgraded to "junk" status, which would deepen its multibillion-dollar deficit and cost taxpayers more for years to come.



Feuding lakes in Otter Tail County won't be mingled, judge rules

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 15:51

Decades-long feud between the residents near Hoffman Lake and West McDonald Lake is settled — for now



Once-dreary lake cabin near Deerwood, Minn., gets a cheery makeover

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 17:36

Big windows and crisp red-and-white interiors refresh a 1920s cabin on a lake near Deerwood, Minn.



Wild and coach Bruce Boudreau endure a quiet two days of NHL draft

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 22:31

No draft-day blockbuster, so Wild accepts status quo.



Three injured in Little Canada overnight shooting

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 15:36

The suspect is in custody.






Warrants show deep dive into records of Castile, Reynolds, but not Yanez

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 15:12

Investigators pored through social media accounts and cellphones, but less so for the officer who shot Philando Castile.



Mpls. designing sisters specialize in working with what you already have

Sat, 24, Jun 2017 9:47

"We edit a lot — not that we don’t like their stuff, but most people have too much," says one of two designing sisters in Minneapolis who specialize in repurposing what their clients already have.