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From left are Raymond Hinst, owner of Haslam's; his son Raymond Hinst, Ray Arsneault, a history professor at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg; and Peter Belmont of Preservation St. Petersburg, organizers of Haslam's 80th anniversary celebration on Dec. 8. ST.
If you or a loved one is suffering from a wound-, ostomy- or incontinence-related issue and receiving treatment, it may feel like the condition will never stabilize.
A Minnesota college student who suffered hypothermia after passing out on a front porch of a neighbor's home in sub-zero temperatures over the weekend is being treated in an attempt to prevent amputation of her limbs.
Store sales of zero- and low-calorie soda fell almost 7 percent in the past year, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing Nielsen scanner data analyzed by Wells Fargo.
The new plant, built less than three years ago, suffers from an unresolved nitrate level problem that the city has done nearly everything to mitigate, with no resolve.
University and law enforcement officials say they hear the concerns about the spate of recent crimes on or near the Minneapolis campus.
Rick Pitino watches his son, Richard Pitino, coach the Gophers in the first half at Williams Arena on Tuesday night.
After Douglas Moberg made final cuts, a skid loader pushed over an ash tree at the city's Gross National Golf Club.
A 2013 study claims that the more one looks at photographs of food, the less they will be with satisfied with their meals.
As the University of Minnesota Extension restructures a program that educates low-income families about nutrition, many union jobs will be lost.
Riverview elementary school leaders have to get creative if they want to meet the unique requirements of the school's two-way Spanish-English immersion program.
According to a new study performed by the University of South Australia, Americans who participated in fitness testing as part of their physical education classes in the 1970s would have easily beat currently enrolled students in a timed mile.
The director of the University of Minnesota's Human Rights Program is calling for the immediate release of a Minnesota man who has been held for months in the United Arab Emirates.
The University of Minnesota says theives steal evergreens from its campuses each winter to use as Christmas trees at home, so they're trying a new deterrent - "skunk spray," according to CBS Minnesota.
Minnesota senators are hoping to learn more about campus crime and security in the wake of several high-profile incidents.
Random Lake senior Delaney Sinnen entered the fall cross country season with a championship-or-bust mentality.