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"Originally when I came here, I had planned to retire around 68, so that would have given me another three years," said Garton, a native of England.
Bailing on the Democratic Party was Gene Taylor's only chance. Taylor said as much himself and a researcher at the University of Minnesota's Humphrey School of Public Affairs backs him up.
It affects one in every 88 children, and families in the area who are impacted by autism are learning more about the disorder.
Apps and GPS-enabled gadgets make it easy to track friends and family members, but the technology raises privacy questions.
It has been more than a week since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared, and despite a massive search effort, the whereabouts of the plane and the 239 people on board are unknown.
And they are asking tough questions about them: How many are really necessary? How often? Which exams tell the most? Spending on standardized testing fees that districts and charter schools report to the state is up 30 percent in five years, to $8.1 million last school year.
Ben Erickson, a researcher at the St. Anthony Falls Lab, looked over an experiment that is designed to simulate the slow sinking of New Orleans.
It's the worst type of grief: the uncertainty over whether a loved one is dead or somehow still alive.
A new study by the University of Minnesota surveyed thousands of students, showing those who start the day later in the morning had better attendance, test scores and overall health.
Waking up later instead of so early to go to school and now one area study is showing having students come in late is beneficial in many ways.
A federal grand jury in Louisiana has indicted a University of Minnesota professor for allegedly enticing a 15-year-old girl to send him nude photos of herself.
Arvest Bank in Fayetteville is pleased to announce that Mike Malone, the President and CEO of the Northwest Arkansas Council, has joined the bank's board of directors.
A construction worker in a cherry-picker works on the new student housing apartment complex being built by Weis Builders in Prospect Park on Tuesday afternoon.
It's 1946 and Alice Horowitz, coffee-bearing secretary, wants life to be interesting.
Three and a half years ago, Walter Mondale, then honorary consul general of the local Norwegian consulate, co-authored a letter to the Norwegian ambassador declaring that the pay differential between a woman and a man at the consulate was "too large unjust and embarrassing."
Sleeping in is benefiting high school students according to a new study released by the University of Minnesota.