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There seems to be no end in how people predict the end of the human race. The earth will be consumed by fire, it will be re-appropriated by the waters or the faithful of the world will be called upward toward heaven, body and soul.
The required level of cushion hasn't been updated since 2001, even as the general fund has grown by 59 percent.
Native American, Dakota scholar Bob Klanderud looked forlornely at the painting titled "Father Hennepin Discovering Saint Anthony Falls" displayed on a wall of the Governor's Reception Room--as representatives from Healing Minnesota Stories went on a tour of state capitol artwork that portrays Native Americans in a downtrodden, under the white ... (more)
Mark Vinz, fiction writer, poet and retired professor of English at Minnesota State University-Moorhead, is winner of the Minnesota Book Awards 2014 Kay Sexton Award for outstanding work in fostering books, reading and literary activity.
After years of running Minnesota's largest needle exchange, Brian Warden is beginning to see something new among the increasing numbers of suburban and rural heroin users coming to trade in used needles.
If you've been thinking about giving food to local food shelves lately, this is the time to do it.
A 5-year-old Belle Plaine boy has been located safe after he went missing with his non-custodial mother Saturday afternoon , according to the Scott County Sheriff's Office.
A public demand for improving and expanding transportation and transit systems is rising faster than any other concern, according to the latest national survey on policy priorities by the Pew Research Center.
The Minnesota State Patrol identified the men who died as Payton Ryan Adams, 17, of Sleepy Eye; John D. Mangen, 18, of Fairfax; Caleb B. Quesenberry, 17, of St. Peter; and Tyler S. Hadley, 20, of Sleepy Eye.
Budgeting for family travel can be tough in a down economy. But not for members of Congress.
Even more than usual in March, Minnesotans are desperate for a respite from relentless winter weather.
A young boy snorkles off of Ranguana Caye, in March 2005, a small island off the coast of Placencia, Belize, a beach town in the southern part of the country.
Attorney Jeff Anderson and attorney Michael Finnegan point out a photo of Crosier priest Wendell Mohs during a 2009 press conference to announce the $1.7 million settlement of a lawsuit involving clergy abuse.
The Spring Grove girls had their extraordinary Southeast Conference basketball winning streak end at 86 games against state-ranked Lyle/Pacelli one night before the Lions clinched their fifth straight SEC East Division championship at Mabel-Canton.
The position is new. Reszetar will oversee the state's efforts to attract investment from foreign companies that creates jobs in Minnesota.
Meet this 50-foot snowman named 'Granddaddy': A 50-foot snowman built by a farmer in Minnesota is named Granddaddy.