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The governor accepted the challenge from Twins owner Jim Pohlad. The national craze has raised millions for the fight against Lou Gehrig's disease. (08/21/2014)
The areas are protected because they contain rare native plants and undisturbed shorelines. (08/19/2014)
Roughly $30 million in eligible expenses have been identified in counties applying for aid. (08/14/2014)
Summer is winding down, but there are still plenty of opportunities to enjoy it. (08/14/2014)
It's the third year for the popular festival, which will run this Thursday as part of the Walker Art Center's free Open Field series. (08/11/2014)
Attorney Don Lewis will investigate whether officers violated department policy regarding use of force in connection with the arrest, she said. (08/08/2014)
There is still some summer left to enjoy -- and we've got baseball road trips and blues festivals on our list of things to check out this weekend. (08/07/2014)
Mendota Heights Police Officer Scott Patrick was shot and killed in the line of duty last week, leaving behind his wife and two teenage daughters. (08/06/2014)
The heat of August, paired with the heavy rains and flooding of early summer, have created conditions perfect for mosquitoes carrying the virus. (08/02/2014)
Stretches of some major Twin Cities roads will close this weekend, creating more than a few driving hassles. (08/01/2014)
Selfies, sports movies and ping pong ball performances. Weekend fun in and near the Twin Cities. (08/01/2014)
Fitch, 39, was captured Wednesday night in St. Paul's North End after an eight-hour manhunt ended in a gun battle that wounded him near Rice and Sycamore streets. (07/31/2014)
In a column posted to the archdiocese's website, Nienstedt wrote: "I will continue to listen to those who express concerns about my leadership, but I will also continue serving as I have been called to do." (07/30/2014)
"I have done wrong, and I take full responsibility for those mistakes and the pain that resulted," former Cook County Attorney Tim Scannell said. (07/26/2014)
New laws about minimum wage, firearms and synthetic drugs start next week. (07/25/2014)