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Published: Thu, 23, Nov 2017 6:11

 



2 women say Sen. Al Franken groped them in Minneapolis

Thu, 23, Nov 2017 6:0

The Huffington Post cited two unnamed women who said Franken grabbed their buttocks in separate incidents during his first Senate campaign.



Schoen lawyer: DFL senator 'never meant to sexually harass anybody'

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 23:26

Attorney Paul Rogosheske presented the DFL state senator's resignation letter, but he said Schoen never sexually harassed anyone intentionally and suggested that the claims were politically motivated.



Blue Earth seeks answers after 4 teens are charged in attack on teammate

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 21:45

Among the questions: What prompted the beating last month and why did it take so long to be investigated?



Photographer captures St. Paul's history against a new backdrop

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 20:25

The past merges with present day as photographer documents landmarks.



Minnesota kindergarten teacher accused of sex with teen to stand trial next week

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 20:44

Megan Jo Johnson reported to authorities that she had had an inappropriate sexual relationship with the teen, according to the criminal sexual conduct charges.



Authorities ID remains found in woods south of Lake Nokomis

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 20:44

They belong to a 34-year-old woman with no permanent address, according to the medical examiner’s office.



Congressman told woman he would report her to police if she exposed secret sex life

Thu, 23, Nov 2017 5:58

The news came hours after Rep. Joe Barton apologized for a lewd photo of himself that circulated on the internet.



Patrick Reusse's 2017 Turkey of the Year is ...

Thu, 23, Nov 2017 5:51

It's time to welcome honored guests once again to the Turkey Banquet - the 40th edition of the time-honored tradition. Who takes home the Grand Gobbler this year?



Tragic year turned hopeful, thanks to U transplant for Puerto Rican toddler

Thu, 23, Nov 2017 5:53

Natalie Anaya’s toddler has a rare genetic disorder, one that has killed almost every other child in Puerto Rico diagnosed with it. And that was before Hurricane Maria pounded their home.



Wolves nearly blow 26-point fourth-quarter lead in victory over Orlando

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 23:52

The Wolves on Wednesday began a four-game homestand by ending a two-game losing streak - barely.



Wild wins by being less 'ugly' than Sabres

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 23:26

Three first-period goals sparked the Wild's offense, which was led by Mikael Granlund and Nino Niederreiter each scoring twice.



6 essential recipes for Thanksgiving classics, and one crazy dessert to try

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 12:48

From turkey to cranberries, this last-minute Thanksgiving guide will guarantee a fantastic feast.



Want a TV on Black Friday? How to separate the doorbusters from the duds

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 21:31

Behind all the excitement of a bargain buy can be a product that isn’t up to standard.



Fleck will hit recruiting trail with new contract extension

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 20:52

Four days before hitting the road during college football’s early national signing period, P.J. Fleck inked an extension that keeps him with the Gophers through the 2022 season.



Hola Arepa owners unveil new Asian street food spot in former strip club

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 14:56

The couple behind influential Hola Arepa are shining the spotlight on the flavors and casual ease of southeast Asian street food.



Chronic wasting disease detected in a deer on southeastern Minn. farm

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 21:29

The finding has triggered a quarantine of the herd, state regulators said.



Musicians, fans cram Triple Rock for punk haven’s final blowout

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 17:35

Musicians and fans filled the West Bank punk haven as it ended its 19-year run.



Church behind West Bank's landmark Jesus mural seeks new home

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 21:30

Pastor of church that painted the mural says their lease is up, looking for new location.



How the night before Thanksgiving became the 'biggest drinking day of year'

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 17:26

Also referred to as Blackout Wednesday or Black Wednesday, Drinksgiving was coined about a decade ago.



Minnesota woman busted on I-94 in N.D. with 286 lbs. of pot worth $1.3M

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 20:45

Disco the K-9 picked up the scent in her vehicle, police said.



Advocate for bill to help rape victims faces new ordeal after distancing self from Franken

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 23:24

Abby Honold threatened with rape after she sought another senator to sponsor her bill.



Paul Douglas: Storm pushing through the north metro

Wed, 21, Sep 2016 19:35

Wind gusts up to 60 mph and 1" hail are part of some heavy downpours.



Wisconsin hunter gets two bucks for price of one kill

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 21:28

The two were attached at the antlers when the hunter shot the smaller one, he explained.



Terence Newman is Vikings' best asset in fight against complacency

Wed, 22, Nov 2017 13:4

The Vikings are 8-2 heading into their important Thanksgiving game at Detroit, and veteran defensive back Terence Newman isn’t complaining. It’s better than being 2-8. It’s better than almost every other record in the NFL right now. But while a lot of the outside noise filtering into the Vikings locker room is glowing praise about what this team has achieved, Newman is happy to hold court anytime to remind his younger teammates that they haven’t done anything yet. “I’m never too high. I’m old. I don’t get excited about much. All you have to do is look at last year. It’s that simple. Everyone was telling us how good we were, and things went sour. Then everyone told us how bad we were,” Newman said this week. “I’ll keep it in perspective. It’s a long season. Seasons aren’t determined by how you play after Week 8, Week 10, Week 12. You have to wait until all the chips have fallen.” Newman was referencing the 2016 Vikings, who started 5-0 before losing eight of their final 11 games to finish 8-8 while missing the playoffs. But he can draw on any number of his previous NFL experiences to make his point. Newman, 39, is in his 15th NFL season and third with the Vikings. He’s been to the playoffs seven different times — four with the Cowboys, two with the Bengals and once with the Vikings. His teams have gone a combined 1-7 in those playoff games. He was on a team that started 7-2 but finished 10-6 and was one-and-done in the playoffs. He was on another that was 12-1 but lost two of its final three regular season games and its first playoff game. The 2015 Vikings were 7-2 and finished 11-5 before falling to Seattle in the playoff opener. “It wasn’t a specific season, but the fact that I’ve been in the league 15 years and won one playoff game in my career — that speaks for itself,” Newman said. “Until you get to the playoffs and win in the playoffs, nothing else matters.” As Newman said those words, fellow DB Xavier Rhodes interrupted our chat, put his arm around me and asked what we were talking about. Rhodes, 27, is a dozen years younger than Newman and has appeared in just one playoff game. But he nodded as his veteran teammate preached. “By week 17, they’ll let us know where we stand,” Rhodes said. “Right now doesn’t mean anything. What does it mean?” Newman noted his appreciation for Rhodes’ mentality, saying, “He definitely knows. He even takes it a step further.” He made sure to reiterate that he likes this current Vikings team, saying the team is “hungry” and “playing very complementary football, and that’s a big part of why we’ve been successful.” The task now is to maintain an even keel without getting complacent. If anyone can reinforce that message, it’s Newman. “We’re in a good position right now, but we could be in a bad position if we get comfortable being in the position we’re in,” he said. “It’s like someone who does well at a job for a long time and gets lackadaisical, chances are he’s not going to be good at his job anymore.”