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Mpls. council votes to scrap food, liquor ratios at some restaurants

A city ordinance requiring some restaurants outside of downtown to maintain a careful balance of food and alcohol sales has been scrapped by the Minneapolis City Council. Council members …

Willmar man masquerading as Army hero faces prison

Richard Arthur Rahn is behind bars, charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. Local authorities are forwarding their investigation to a federal prosecutor for possible action over fraudulent use of a military uniform, insignia or medals.

Prince's Sept. 30 dual album release rolls on with new track "Funknroll"

The latest preview track is off "Art Official Age," the record he made without 3rdEyeGirl.

Support MNsure? How about MNgrocer?

One explanation for why the MNsure exchange still generates so much heat.

University of Iowa Police take a fun shot at Hawkeyes football team on Twitter

The Iowa football team is struggling — perhaps even more than the Gophers, though that’s debatable. The Hawkeyes struggled to beat Northern Iowa in their opener, barely beat Ball …

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.

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.

Let's Talk About the Facts of Enterovirus D68

With the first confirmed case of Enterovirus D68, many parents are scared and unsure what to look for.