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Map: 2015 Minnesota Fringe Festival

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July 27

Green Line LRT ridership surpasses Blue Line in 2015

The Green Line may only be a year old, but it’s already seeing greater ridership than its Blue Line cousin in 2015.
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July 24

Where to catch a ball

Want to bring a baseball home from Target Field? According to Target Field ballhawks, here’s where to sit or stand to accomplish your mission:
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July 24

Blood transplants decline

After decades of nearly constant growth, the number of blood transplants using unrelated donors found through Be the Match is declining.
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July 24

More struggling with medical bills

Even though more Minnesotans have health insurance, many continue to struggle to pay their medical bills. Minnesota’s hospital and clinic groups filed more than 8,000 lawsuits last year to collect on medical debt, reflecting a sharp and steady increase since 2005.
Golf
July 23

Looking for a hole in one? Try these Minnesota courses

Where have Minnesota golfers scored a hole-in-one this summer? Check out our map to see at which courses players are having the most luck — and showing the most skill, of course.
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July 20

INTERACTIVE: Finding the best gas prices

Now you can see what gas prices are around the country at a glance. Areas are color coded according to their price for the average price for regular unleaded gasoline. Zoom into the map to see prices by ZIP code or by stations near you. You can also Search by City, State or Zip by entering it into the search box above the map.
Local
July 18

Explore overtime pay for metro area public employees

Workers in metro county sheriff’s departments top the list of county employees earning the most overtime as a percent of their total earnings.
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July 16

In Minnesota, Clinton cashes in

New data shows the state’s residents gave more than double the cash to Clinton's presidential campaign than every other candidate combined, including other Democrats.
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July 16

Minnesota employment

Minnesota’s total nonfarm employment in June is at 2.85 million after a modest increase of 2,900 jobs. Meanwhile the the unemployment rate ticked upward to 3.9 percent.
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July 15

Airport complaints from Minneapolis

Complaints about airport noise typically go up during the summer months. But in recent months, the Metropolitan Airports Commission has seen a particular spike in complaints, including from Minneapolis. Some officials point to an increase in late-night and early-morning flights, while others say it may have more to do with overuse of particular runways or low-flying planes.
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July 15

Noise mitigation expansion

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July 14

Storms hit resort country

Popular resorts near Brainerd, including Madden’s and Cragun’s, were closed after Sunday night’s storms.
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July 13

INTERACTIVE: U.S. storm reports, warnings, precipitation

This map shows the National Weather Services (NWS) storm reports and radar. Data is regularly updated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Please be patient, some visualizations can take longer than others to load.
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July 13

Young parents take on Chicago

They used to make annual treks to Chicago to bask in the city's trendy restaurant and nightlife scene. Now these new parents are exploring Chicago with a toddler in tow. Put these kid-friendly finds on your checklist.
Local
July 11

Food deserts in Minnesota

The USDA defines a rural food desert as a low-income area, (census tract) where a significant number of residents live more than 10 miles from a big grocery store in rural areas or one mile in urban ones.NOTE: Green areas contain both rural and urban residents and the peach areas are only urban.
July 6

Explore payments made to Minnesota doctors

Total payments in 2014 to doctors licensed to practice in Minnesota, summarized by the drug or medical device company making the payment, the form of payment (cash/cash equivalent or in-kind) and the nature of the payment (i.e. consulting, travel, speaking, research). Note: Some doctors may be listed at more than one address. This is a sub-set of Open Payments data released this week by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Click the doctor's last name to reveal further details. To search for doctors in other states, visit openpayments.cms.gov
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July 6

Exploring development

The extension of Hwy. 212 has created development opportunities for 100-plus acres of farmland in Chanhassen about two miles south of the city's downtown.
Outdoors
July 4

Map: Where to fish along the Gunflint Trail

Here are a dozen lakes that offer lake trout, smallmouth bass, walleyes and northern pike.
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July 3

Trends in manufactured homes in the U.S. and Minnesota

Manufactured homes were the original “affordable housing” of suburban and rural Minnesota. Here's a look at the decline of sales here and in the U.S.
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