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Minnesota Poll: Support slipping for proposed PolyMet project

Forty percent of Minnesotans approve of PolyMet Mining Corp.’s proposal, a six-percentage-point decline from a poll conducted in February. Despite the slide, a statewide groundswell of opposition has not emerged.

Railroad steams ahead with St. Paul rail yard expansion

City concerns on noise, wetlands and more get bypassed as Canadian Pacific Railway takes its case to the U.S. Surface Transportation Board.





6:30 a.m. update: Few disruptions

Only a couple of minor crashes so far this morning.

Florimon claimed off waivers by Washington

Opening Day shortstop spent most of the season at Class AAA Rochester

Crash on 35E northbound at Little Canada Rd.

The right lane is blocked due to an accident.





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

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

Hartman: Peterson's childhood was filled with physical discipline

Reports this week gave details about the times he was physically punished growing up.

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.


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.