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3 hrs ago | KSTP
The University of Minnesota sent out a crime alert Monday to warn students of an attempted armed-robbery near campus in the Marcy-Holmes neighborhood.
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5 hrs ago | Twin Cities Daily Planet
Milken Educator Award winner Natalie Rasmussen taught at Minneapolis North High for 20 years, including the Summatech years.
5 hrs ago | Star Tribune
Ernest Comer III is a community relations professional with several years of experience working with non-profit organizations.
6 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com
Lee University has honored a distinguished alum for each department. Dr. Tetyana Shippee was honored as the first recipient of Lee's Department of Behavioral and Social Science distinguished alumni award.
9 hrs ago | Racked
According to a new study published in Psychological Science , the old adage " sex sells " is only true for half of the population.
13 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
MINNEAPOLIS _ Dale Mulfinger stepped inside the one-room cabin with pine-paneled walls and a wood-burning stove.
We saw many challenges this past growing season with a late spring and alfalfa winter kill compounded with 2012's drought.
Science teachers Ross Albertson of Dakota Hills Middle School in Eagan and Chris Lee of Apple Valley High School will receive TIES Exceptional Teacher Awards.
With eyes on lakes throughout the state, some Minnesotans are contributing to a database that one day might influence fish habitat, indicate climate change and improve accuracy in weather forecasting.
The University of Minnesota's Raptor Center is a destination for visitors from around the state, but that wasn't always the case.
Dr Saltzman is going to the public to ask for money to fund his research into a bacteria that could potentially be modified to deliver cancer-killing treatments into tumours.
Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation , once considered an effective yet risky alternative to drug therapy for blood cancer, has become more accessible and successful in a wide range of patients as a result of major advances in transplant strategies and technologies.
Phil Fischer's wife likes to joke that at least her husband's kidney gets to go out dancing every once in a while.
Bill Gleason is an Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology.
Their parents are James and Barbara Commons of Newton, KS and Stephen and Victoria DiBrito of Cold Spring, MN.
There is big money to be made from advertising, and sex sells. But if women are the target, the advert must be classy, sophisticated and valued highly, according to a new study.