Minnesota Poll

Strong majority of Minnesotans support stricter gun control

A majority of Minnesotans support stricter gun laws in the United States, including wide backing for a ban on military-style rifles and for raising the age for gun purchases from 18 to 21, a new Star Tribune Minnesota Poll has found.
Variety

Sinclair's mandatory TV editorials worry media watchdogs as debate unfolds in Upper Midwest

Mark Dayton called BS on Republican criticism of his tax plan.
Politics

WCCO bleeps Dayton's retort on live radio to GOP critics of his tax plan

Politics

Hillary Clinton, not on ballot, is star of GOP midterm plan

An underground web of tunnels beneath downtown Minneapolis channels stormwater to the Mississippi River. But with more concrete surfaces and bigger ra
ANTHONY SOUFFLÉ, Star Tribune
An underground web of tunnels beneath downtown Minneapolis channels stormwater to the Mississippi River. But with more concrete surfaces and bigger rains, the tunnels have reached their capacity.

Storm tunnels are bursting at the seams in Minneapolis

State aid is being sought to augment old conduits deep below the city. The $38 million project to dig a new passage 70 to 100 feet beneath Washington Avenue would be the largest of its kind downtown since the system was built about 80 years ago.
Center Pat Elflein, right, selected in the third round by the Vikings in the NFL draft last year, is one of the few offensive linemen drafted by Gener
Sports

Vikings are taking hard look at offensive line help with 30th pick

Interstate 35E in downtown St. Paul during some recent roadwork.
Local

Closures begin Monday for motorists on I-394, I-94

The Rockets' Trevor Ariza shot under pressure from Wolves guard Jimmy Butler (23) and Andrew Wiggins in the third quarter in Game 3 Saturday at Target
Sports

Souhan: Wolves making Rockets look like less than NBA's best team

In a Thursday, March 1, 2018 photo, Tatum Weir, center, raises her hand as she prepares to ask a question while going over plans to build a tool box d
Variety

Beyond cookies: Thousands of girls are becoming Cub Scouts

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With face paint, traditional food and music, thousands of Jewish Twin Cities residents marked the 70th anniversary of Israel on Sunday.
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A 'moonshot' health care idea: Show patients the prices

Mandatory disclosure wouldn't be a panacea but a tool to help rein in costs by spurring competition. Two bills are in the Legislature.

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