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Interim chief is a calm and steady hand for St. Paul schools

John Thein was asked to step in after Valeria Silva's ouster. "Everyone wants to make it work," Thein says.

Roseville superintendent left retirement to help his neighboring district heal.

Dad: Mystery man saved life of son shot while delivering pizza in Mpls.

Andrew Gryskiewicz

Father of shot pizza deliverer said a passerby alerted police just in time.

DNR will stock muskies in two new lakes, two other lakes are a no-go

Muskellunge (juvenile)

Convicted sex offender, 90, charged with sex crime at Edina pool

The man had sex toys with him at the time of his arrest, according to the criminal complaint.

Former Rainbow site in south Minneapolis to be redeveloped

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One or multiple tenants could soon occupy the empty Rainbow Foods store in the Longfellow neighborhood.


Aziza Aboud reacted after a friend threw water on her during a rally in front of the governor’s residence on St. Paul’s Summit Avenue on Sunday.

Philando Castile protest closes St. Paul's Summit Av. again

Moms emerge as force for change at Minn. state mental hospital
Lakeville father pleads guilty in attempted murder-suicide involving 2 young sons
Blaine man, worried his son was on drugs, shot and killed him, charges say
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Phil Loadholt returned to field for practices this spring, but a recent injury setback led to his decision.

Injury setback prompts Vikings tackle Loadholt to retire

A look at the offensive line heading into Vikings training camp
Things settle down: Wild re-signs Jordan Schroeder
Claeys: Two goals -- winning Big Ten, graduating all players
Scores, schedules and stats
General Mills widened its recall of flour suspected of being tainted by E.coli.

General Mills widens flour recall into 2016 production at Kansas City plant

Companies turn to 'reverse mentoring' to tap millennials' knowledge
Strong year shaping up for venture capital in U.S., Minnesota
Former Rainbow site in south Minneapolis to be redeveloped


Under pressure, Debbie Wasserman Schultz resigned as the Democratic National Committee chairwoman over the weekend. When she spoke to the Florida delegation on Monday morning, she was nearly drowned out by protesters screaming “You’re ruining our democracy.”

As convention begins, Democrats try to clean up a mess

Dismay with the candidates: Not vote at all? In what world?
Sack cartoon: Hillary's pillory
Readers Write (July 26): Democratic National Committee, alternatives to Trump and Clinton, proposal to close off a city block, MNsure, Germany shooting spree and gun laws

Hillary's pillory

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Malala Yousafzai

'What makes you happy?' Malala will respond to kids' questions at Mpls. speech

Boy George and Culture Club still charm with dance-happy pop-soul at Myth
Dave Eggers sends family on madcap trip in 'Heroes of the Frontier'
Review: Duran Duran turns up the grooves after Chic turned it on early
Horoscopes

Gail Rosenblum
No 'plus one'? How to handle flying solo at a wedding

Close friend's wedding brings up painful feelings after divorce.

Paul Brand
Brand: Car that won't start after fueling is a real Saab story

Q: I am having an odd problem with my 2001 Saab 9-3. After the car is fueled, it is hard to start. I have to…

Mug shot sleaze doesn't justify keeping them secret

The mug shot is the star of the voyeur’s internet. Any web search turns up thousands of images of people booked and photographed by police,…


Roger Ailes, the co-founder of Fox News

Fox-ousted Roger Ailes now focused on writing book, sources say

‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’ reboot to premiere on Netflix
High Times: Lil Wayne cut short concert at California event
Hollywood stars hold climate rally ahead of DNC

Kirby Puckett celebrated with his teammates after the Twins won the 1991 World Series by beating Atlanta 1-0 in Game 7.

Flashback to 1991 Fall Classic barely a blur

Future MVP Mauer still recalls Series snub
Twins-Atlanta series preview
Another Sano error, Boston's homers too much for Twins to overcome

Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., checks out the podium before the start of the first day session of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Monday, July 25, 2016.

Franken takes on Trump at DNC

Morning Hot Dish: Will Sanders and Clinton play nice?
DIVIDED AMERICA: Clinton highlights lack of women in office
Strong storms roll through Philadelphia during convention

A wildfire burns close to a home near Sand Caynon and Placerita Caynon in Santa Clarita, Calif., Saturday, July 23, 2016. Hundreds of county and Angeles National Forest firefighters battled the blaze, aided by three dozen water-dropping helicopters and retardant-dropping airplanes. The fire erupted Friday afternoon in the Sand Canyon area of suburban Santa Clarita near State Route 14 as the region was gripped by high heat and very low humidity. Winds pushed it into the adjacent Angeles National Forest.

'Like a freight train': California wildfire guts 18 homes

Pilot avoided home before ditching jet after Obama speech
Transport truck rolls, spills chum salmon across Alaska road
APNewsBreak: Pfizer: Arkansas execution would 'misuse' drug

In this photo provided by Solar Impulse 2, the solar powered plane pilot Bertrand Piccard takes a selfie prior to landing in Seville in Spain on Thursday June 23, 2016. An experimental solar-powered airplane Thursday completed an unprecedented three-day flight across the Atlantic in the latest leg of its globe-circling voyage.The Solar Impulse 2 landed in Seville in southern Spain at 0540 GMT on Thursday, ending a 70-hour flight which began from New York City on Monday. It was the first time a solar-powered plane has made such a journey using zero fuel and zero emissions, organizers said.(Jean Revillard/Solar Impulse 2 via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

Historic solar flight marks first round-the-world journey

Germany's refugee policy under fire after unprecedented spate of attacks
At least 19 killed, about 20 injured in knifing near Tokyo
Canadian woman charged for shooting at Pokemon Go players

Will Bildsten, above, was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in middle school. “It’s not an overstatement to say the diagnosis set me free,” he writes.

How I came to see bipolar disorder as my greatest strength

Thanks, Pokemon Go, for helping me meet cool people in Minneapolis
In the narrative of race, why only black ink on white paper?
Too late for kindness: Why didn't I protect a bullied classmate?

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