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Artificial sweeteners may be link to diabetes

They may disrupt the body’s ability to regulate blood sugar, causing metabolic changes that can be a precursor to diabetes, researchers are reporting.

As new iPhone arrives, buyers have more pricing options

The new iPhone 6 also introduces many consumers to more contract-free options.





Justice Department to expand outreach to Twin Cities in expanded effort to halt ISIS recruitment

Justice Department to expand outreach to Twin Cities in expanded effort to halt ISIS recruitment

Minneapolis considers tweaked deal for Downtown East parcel

City leaders are mulling a new deal with Ryan Companies allowing the company to develop a key parcel of land in downtown, a week after the Minnesota Vikings offered …

Sept. 18, 1904: 3-year-old toddles onto skylight

This early example of a child-in-peril story, a staple of American newspapers in the middle decades of the 20th century, has a familiar ending: The wayward child, reunited with …





C.J.: ESPN's Josina Anderson dresses to a T (as in tootsies)

ESPN’s Josina Anderson has a self-imposed dress code when she’s covering pro sports. Wednesday the ESPN reporter was at Winter Park, the center of the NFL universe, as the Vikings …

C.J.: No cellphones were confiscated at Jason Matheson's wedding — selfies were encouraged

Guests at Collin Haas’ intimate Saturday wedding to Jason Matheson were asked to be in the moment by tweeting pictures. The officiant was Colleen Lindstrom, Twitter’s @mytalkcolleen, an on-air colleague …

Tevlin: Peterson case is forcing NFL to confront tough issues

In April 2012, Adrian Peterson and two other Vikings showed up at the State Capitol to show support for the new stadium and “created a ruckus” from gawkers and …


Twitter recap of Michelle MacDonald's criminal trial

Read all of my tweets sent during Michelle MacDonald's criminal trial.

MacDonald's courthouse campaign stop begins

Michelle MacDonald's trial for suspicion of drunk driving and resisting arrest has begun.

Is the yellow-bellied sapsucker destined to be our new state bird?

There stands a chance that Minnesota will find itself in the market for a new state bird if evolving changes in the climate continue at the current pace.