News & Features Archive

Friday, May 29, 2015

Margaret Atwood and Katie Paterson
A fledgling forest is growing in Norway. In 2114, it will become a library like none other. (05/29/2015)
Former Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders s
"We need programs and policies where young people are taught very early in schools about healthy sexuality," former Surgeon General Dr. Joycelyn Elders said. ( 05/29/2015)
MnPass or congestion pricing lane
This panel discussion features a candid conversation about the fate of American's declining infrastructure. (05/29/2015)
Patricia Mitchell, president and CEO of the Ordway since 2007, will retire in December. Her tenure was recently capped with the opening of a $75 million concert hall.
On this week's Friday Roundtable, chefs from 112 Eatery, Hola Arepa and Pizzeria Lola share their favorite ingredients, guilty pleasures and cooking tips.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders will be at the Minneapolis American Indian Center for a town hall meeting.
Sepp Blatter couldn't secure a victory during the first round of voting, but his lone challenger withdrew.
Police say the semi-automatic handgun was owned and purchased legally by Marcell Willis. His motive in the Tuesday shooting remains unknown.
The move follows last month's historic meeting in Panama between President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro.
Everybody has to start somewhere. "First Jobs" digs into 50 true stories of starting out in the workforce.
Police discovered Robert James Johnson had a carload of explosive materials and ammunition, according to a criminal complaint.
An Internet service that tracks flight data shows that the plane was in the Chicago area earlier this month, and has since made four extensive flights over the Twin Cities.
The Twins are going for their sixth straight win Friday night and are tied with Kansas City for first place in the American League Central division.
The band has attracted quite a following since it formed a couple years ago in the English town of Kettering.
The driver was apparently searching inside the car for his keys, police Sgt. Paul Paulos said.
The study found those who started HIV drugs early were far less likely to develop AIDS or other serious diseases.
University of Minnesota climatologist Mark Seeley says the first half of June is forecast to be wetter than normal, too.
The economy went into reverse in the first three months of this year as a severe winter and a widening trade deficit took a harsher toll than initially estimated.
The 20-year-old St. Paul man was shot after apparently attacking the nightclub security guard early Friday morning.
More than 8.3 million birds in 23 Minnesota counties have died from the disease or were killed to prevent its spread.
Both freeways are scheduled to reopen by Monday morning.
Joe Dowling's 1986 production of "Juno and the Paycock" at the Gate Theatre in Dublin led him to Broadway and the Guthrie, from which he soon departs as artistic director.
Vanya Shivashankar is the first sibling of a former champion to take home the trophy. Gokul Venkatachalam finished in third place last year behind the co-champs.

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