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Nurses' strike is over, but their dispute with Allina is not

Thousands of nurses walked around Abbott Northwestern on the first day of the strike, June 19, 2016, in Minneapolis.

Allina, nursing union appear to be as far apart as ever on health insurance, staffing and safety.

Storms veer north of metro area after steamy afternoon

Minor damage was reported north of the Twin Cities, where the weather was most tumultuous.

Attorneys who Prince avoided in life now oversee his estate

In this Nov. 22 photo, Prince presented the award for Favorite Album for Soul/R&B at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles.

He had no will, so attorneys — a profession the star distrusted — are in charge.

Can Can Wonderland part of St. Paul Midway resurgence

Chris Pennington, creative director for Can Can Wonderland, playfully ponders a donation of 7,000 foam noodles that he received from Target.

An oddball attraction is the latest hip addition to the St. Paul neighborood.

Met Council pushes to preserve mobile home parks in suburbs

Antonia Alvarez, left, helped organize tenants at St. Anthony’s Lowry Grove mobile home park, including Bill McConnell.

A federal appeals court upheld a lower court’s ban on a key part of Fargo’s planned $2 billion flood control project until Minnesota weighs in.

Appeals court ruling bottles up part of Fargo flood project

Judge won't let media attorney speak at Prince hearing
Obituary: Ralph Talbot was Anoka County's longest-serving sheriff
Taking a cue from Paris, love locks onto Hastings bridge
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Minnesota swimmer David Plummer is juggling the dream of being and elite Olympic athlete and being a father and husband.

New direction, new results for Olympic swimming hopeful Plummer

What's next for the Wild after a dull Day 2 of draft?
United falls to Club Leon in Target Field exhibition
Sun rarely sets on the Wimbledon empire
Scores, schedules and stats
Ben Boo, above, co-founder of Mighty Axe Hops, checked for aphids.

Minnesota's craft beer boom spawns a fledgling hops industry

Yogurt is the new measuring stick at General Mills
Young athletes, coaches, mentors learn about personal finance before they play ball
Schafer: Angel investor's lesson – it takes plenty of at-bats before you hit home run

Norman Ornstein is a Minnesota native and prominent political scientist. The death of his son, Matthew, he says, “was shaped by a lack of judgment driven by a 10-year struggle with mental illness.”

Mental health and civil liberties: Unwell and untouchable

Here's a way to save the legislative session
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Readers Write (June 26): Gun enthusiasm, Minnesota Legislature, Garrison Keillor's retirement

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DeParis Frazier, 6, nephew of trainer Adonis Frazier, kept a close eye on Dwight Lewis as the fighter from South St. Paul did abdominal work. The flags of 50-some nations hang from the gym’s rafters.

Young people get a fighting chance at Minneapolis boxing gym

St. Paul cat lover pounces on a solution for homeless felines
Orchestras grapple with how to boost diversity
Rosenblum: Workplace martyrs, please take your vacation!

Dennis Anderson
Anderson: Duck surveyors take to air and ground

Surveys are involved, and they are not without their perils.

Sid Hartman
Hartman: EP's Bykowski competes for spot on Vikings offensive line

The offensive line competition figures to be intense, but Carter Bykowski is ready to show what he can do after sitting out last season because of injury.

Jon Tevlin
Tevlin: Terrifying tale makes case for background checks

Danny Ray Fuston was a low-level criminal just out of an Oklahoma prison and looking to start a new life in Minnesota. Through a temporary…

Former Texas A&M and Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel makes a court appearance at the Frank Crowley Courts Building on May 5, 2016 in Dallas.

Johnny Manziel's father says he hopes 'druggie' son gets help

Kanye West unveils "Famous" video of him, celebrities
More than 30 injured in motivational speaker Robbins' hot coal walk
C.J.: What won't WCCO-TV's Heather Brown research? Good question

Twins pitching coach Neil Allen.

Terry Ryan says suspended Twins coach Neil Allen 'making progress'

Santana: Had to adjust after long first inning
Saturday's Twins-Yankees game recap
Twins in a giving mood in 5-3 loss to Yankees

People displayed new tattoos with the Pulse logo Thursday to support victims of the shooting.

Why Democrats believe gun issue will win them votes

Tested GOP staff turn down Trump
Clinton content to let Trump dominate news
Trump tells voters, 'I'm With You," but will it work?

Alex Thurman, 20, wanders along South Kelso Valley Road in Weldon, Calif., on Friday, June 24, 2016, checking on neighbors' homes as fires rage in the area.

Possible human remains found in deadly California wildfire

W. Virginia cities left devastated
Blood stains, broken glass at dance studio after shooting
NBA draft pick Ben Simmons' cousin killed in NJ hit-and-run

Demonstrators opposing Britain's exit from the European Union in Parliament Square in London following yesterday's E.U. referendum result hold a protest on Saturday, June 25, 2016. Britain voted to leave the European Union after a bitterly divisive referendum campaign.

Turmoil envelops Britain after vote to exit E.U.

Jamaican sprinter reveals Zika infection but is competing
At least 14 killed in Somalia hotel attack; police say ended
Britain reels as EU leaders press for quick exit

Spectators watched the Twin Cities Pride Parade in 2015.

I soured on Twin Cities Pride, but I'll be back for this year's festival

How my dad's reserve prepared me for life with Minnesota men
I'm a TV newswoman, and no thanks on the lady uniform
'That's not how we do things in Fergus Falls': A journalist's lesson in justice

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