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Judge convicts Minneapolis man of attacking cops during Capitol seige

A federal judge in Washington on Wednesday found a Minneapolis man guilty of assaulting police and other crimes ...

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Iowa Republicans passed a strict abortion bill last night. A legal challenge was filed by morning

DES MOINES  — Iowa’s new ban on most abortions after roughly six weeks of pregnancy was challenged in ...

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Department of Revenue announces process for one-time tax rebates

The Minnesota Department of Revenue on Monday announced the process to send 2.4 million one-time tax rebate payments ...

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Solar storm on Thursday expected to make Northern Lights visible in 17 states

A solar storm forecast for Thursday is expected to give skygazers in 17 American states a chance to ...

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Minnesota tax officials to work on fix after ‘drafting error’

Revenue Commissioner Paul Marquart, along with tax committee chairs at the Capitol, said Friday they’ll work to fix ...

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Iowa Republicans will pursue a 6-week abortion ban during a special session that starts Tuesday

DES MOINES — Iowa’s Republican-controlled Legislature will aim to enact a ban on abortion after roughly six weeks ...

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After 2 fighting eagles got stuck together, Minnesota deputies separated them

SHINGOBEE BAY — Two scrappy eagles are free to resume their apparent long-running dispute after quick-thinking deputies helped ...

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Drug makers sue over Minnesota’s new prescription price controls

A trade association that represents makers of generic medicines sued Wednesday over a new Minnesota law intended to ...

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Three men missing from boat in the Mississippi River in Minnesota

RED WING  — Officials in Minnesota were searching Tuesday for three men who went missing from a fishing ...

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North Dakota university leaders fear ‘catastrophic implications’ of new Minnesota free tuition plan

BISMARCK, N.D. — North Dakota higher education officials are deeply worried about losing students and revenue in 2024 ...

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Minnesota colleges consider future diversity following affirmative action’s overturn

After the U.S. Supreme Court's overturning of race-conscious college admissions policies, Minnesota higher education institutions say they are ...

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Minnesota officials extend initial renewal deadline for Medicaid recipients

State officials are moving the first deadline for eligible Medical Assistance recipients, giving 35,000 Minnesotans more time to ...

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Smoke from Canada wildfires is increasing health risks in Black and poorer US communities

DETROIT — Smoky air from Canada’s wildfires shrouded broad swaths of the U.S. from Minnesota to New York ...

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Pilot dies when crop-dusting plane crashes in Minnesota field

CROOKSTON — The pilot of a crop-dusting airplane died when it crashed into a field in Minnesota. The ...

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U students to see tuition increases in the fall

Students on the Twin Cities and Rochester campuses of the University of Minnesota will see a 3.5 percent ...

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