Legislature adjourns, but plans to come back Thursday

7:13am
With time running out, legislative leaders tentatively planned a special session Thursday to hammer out final budget agreements through a series of conference committees or "working groups."
Politics

Judge sides with Congress over Trump in demands for financial records

7:13am
A wave of store closings on Grand Avenue, a historic St. Paul commercial corridor, has raised questions about the street’s continued vitality.
Leila Navidi, Star Tribune
A wave of store closings on Grand Avenue, a St. Paul commercial corridor, has raised questions about the street’s continued vitality.

Empty storefronts fuel concern about St. Paul's Grand Avenue

5:18am
Task force to study whether vacancies reflect normal churn, or a new normal.
The Twins' Miguel Sano was congratulated by teammates after hitting a two-run home run in the eighth inning against the Los Angeles Angels on Monday.
Sports

Sano's two-run home run in eighth inning lifts Twins over Angels

6:33am
Former East Ridge wrestling coach Matt Everson, who works from home, is pushing back against the school district for what he claims are false reasons
Sports

Honored wrestling coach speaking out on ouster from East Ridge

7:28am
Supporters of “Medicare for All” display photos of people who have relied on crowdfunding to pay for their medical expenses, in Washington, April
Politics

'Medicare for All's' benefits are more lavish than what other advanced nations offer

7:39am
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Babies named Thea and Rhett are trending up in Minnesota, but how popular have they been over the last century?
Gophers softball teammates hugged pitcher Amber Fiser (center) after she struck out a batter to end Monday's 8-1 victory over Georgia.
Sports

Gophers knock out Georgia, ready for LSU in softball super regional

7:40am
Opinion

Counterpoint: Further perspectives on the 'run-down' Minnesota River

Farming gets pegged as a culprit for the Minnesota's condition, but if we're putting things in historical context, we must think broadly.

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