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Civil libertarians challenge use of info from license plate scanners

A rapidly expanding digital network that uses cameras mounted to traffic signals and police cruisers captures the movements of millions of vehicles across the U.S., regardless of whether the drivers are being investigated by law enforcement.

Zgoda: Reports say Wolves willing to pay PG Bledsoe max contract

Team is over salary cap and can't offer such a rich deal with striking a trade with Phoenix





Study finds Green Line boosts number of pedestrians in downtown Minneapolis

The arrival of the Green Line in downtown Minneapolis has brought a surge in foot traffic both on the street and in the skyways.

Lady Parts Justice's Sept. 27 rally to feature Lizz Winstead, Jayhawks (but not Babes in Toyland)

Led by comic Lizz Winstead, he event at St. Paul's Amsterdam Bar & Hall is one in a network of shows across the country that night.

Johnson continues to focus campaign on MNsure

Republican candidate for governor Jeff Johnson is continuing to hammer on his opponent, Gov. Mark Dayton, over the implementation of MNsure.





Theater: 'Sexy Laundry' is light and fun

REVIEW: “Sexy Laundry” rinses the boredom out of a tired relationship, and has a good time along the way.

Souhan: Hired to be a front man, NFL's Goodell chooses to hide

Roger Goodell has gone into seclusion when the NFL needs him most.

Anderson: We're better off participating, as those we watch on TV remind us

Society these days settles for spectating. The outdoors offers options.


2014 Night to Honor Israel

It was a night of extraordinary interfaith partnership.

The Community is Speaking, but Chief Harteau is Not Listening

The Mpls chief's absence from a community listening session is unacceptable in light of growing concerns about police misconduct and abuse.

Northbound Smokehouse Brewpub Celebrates Two Years

The brewpub that offered investors free beer for life is turning two years old.