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Police in Minnesota thanked a college student for her "commendable character and honesty" for turning in $2,800 she found in a McDonald's parking lot.
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Should America's 11 million illegal immigrants be offered a path to citizenship?
The interviews will be conducted on Dec. 30. At the earliest, the final decision by the Brainerd City Council will come at its Jan. 6, 2014, meeting.
That was the message at the Pathways to Postsecondary regional leadership summit held Wednesday at Central Lakes College's Brainerd campus.
Imagine you're walking into a fast food joint when you happen upon an envelope in the parking lot.
St. Cloud State University and the University of Minnesota plan to host tributes to Nelson Mandela this week.
A holiday concert at Winona State University is helping feed people in need. It's the 13th annual Holiday Concert for the Hungry.
A funeral service for Gwenn Johnson of Brookings, S.D. will take place Dec. 7 at First Lutheran Church in Brookings, S.D., with interment in Old Woodlawn Cemetery in Pipestone.
When she gave up her Minneapolis art studies for marriage and a family in southern Minnesota, Danyelle Hansen could not have imagined the elevated status she would obtain with her kids.
Tracy Todd, of Rushford, Minn. and Mark Agrimson, of Peterson, Minn. are proud to announce their upcoming wedding.
St. Cloud State University Athletic Director Heather Weems has decided to suspend two Husky football players after a late-night incident this weekend in downtown St. Cloud, according to SCSU's Anne Abicht.
State regulators heard impassioned testimony Thursday on the future of the Sherco power plant in Becker, from people who called the plant a good neighbor to others who said burning coal is causing catastrophic environmental and health impacts.
Administrators detailed the cuts in a meeting with the Faculty Association. The plan is projected to save $2 million in the 2015 fiscal year and $919,000 in fiscal year 2016.
Administration at Minnesota State University-Moorhead scratched their initial plan of strictly lay offs or early retirement offers to balance their projected eight million dollar deficit by 2016, for something new.