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Fraternity condemns members' actions in U rape case

The national Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity said it has expelled two members from its University of Minnesota chapter for their interference in an investigation.

Minn. health premiums in individual market now considered above average

It's a startling reversal from 2014, when individual market rates in much of the state were among the lowest in the nation.

Edina graduate charged with sexually assaulting 4 women in Madison

Alec R. Cook

Police are investigating two additional cases against the 2014 Edina graduate.

Missing Lakeville family found alive in vehicle in south Minneapolis

Zachariah Wilson, left, and Angela Robinson and their two children were missing for several days until they were found in a car in south Minneapolis.

They were found in a vehicle that had been missing since Thursday.

Is white privilege real? 'Absolutely it is,' Hopkins panelists say

The panel was made up of Janice Downing, Henry Crosby, speaking, and Paul Spies, from left.

Panelists discussed diversity, understanding and the need to be an ally.


Minneapolis Police officers on horses clear the streets in the early morning after the clubs have closed in downtown Minneapolis on Sunday, June 21, 2015. ] LEILA NAVIDI /

Minneapolis will try to smooth bar closing traffic with extra staff

Protesters oppose Hennepin County deputies being sent to North Dakota protests
Is white privilege real? 'Absolutely it is,' Hopkins panelists say
Investigators narrow suspects in Andover arson incidents

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Minnesota Vikings' Sam Bradford, right, fumbles the football as Philadelphia Eagles' Mychal Kendricks tackles during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016, in Philadelphia.

It's not just the Vikings ­­— overreactions run rampant in the NFL

Rocky transition for Gophers basketball transfers continues — and spills onto Twitter
Vikings offensive line 'soft?' Alex Boone says 'we've got to play better'
Goalie crisis forcing Bruins to start inexperienced Subban against Wild

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Mark Tritton, Target's chief merchandising officer, gave a preview of its holiday merchandise Wednesday in Minneapolis.

Why you'll probably see more Target ads on TV this holiday season

3M profits beat expectations, but company lowers 2016 forecast
Minnesota lands back in top 10 of tech business ranking
Earnings, profits down for C.H. Robinson in the third quarter

Demonstrators raised their fists during a protest March 30 at the Government Center in Minneapolisfollowing the shooting of Jamar Clark by officers. The two Minneapolis police officers involved followed proper procedure in a confrontation that led to the fatal shooting of Clark in November, and won’t face discipline.

Jamar Clark case: Cops' actions before shooting are key to the tragedy

Editorial Board endorsement: Our picks for Minneapolis and St. Paul school boards
Sack cartoon: World Series at Wrigley
Readers Write (Oct. 26): Health care, nonprofit pay, voter particpation, Hennepin County District 5 race

World Series at Wrigley

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Many of the foods once thought to be healthy have now fallen out of favor with nutritionists, and foods once vilified are now being embraced as healthy (hello, agave syrup).

Think you know which foods are healthy? This quiz will surprise you

5 things revealed in first trailer for 'Gilmore Girls' revival
Walker Art Center to unveil new entrance, hours
Obama responds to Trump in presidential 'Mean Tweets' with Jimmy Kimmel

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Scoggins: Zimmer delivers hard punch with 'soft' insult
Chip Scoggins

When a coach uses that label — soft — to describe a performance by a player, position group or entire team, the reaction grabs everyone's attention.

Souhan: Evidence says Spielman asked right questions about Bradford
Jim Souhan

The front office held a mock draft of quarterbacks who might be available. That process helped steer a muddled, panic-inducing situation to an obvious solution. "Sam Bradford was the best quarterback out there," Spielman said.

'Too many young black men are dying,' a deputy chief says at community gathering
Jon Tevlin

Frank talk on police, race relations came a day before Minneapolis police announced officers in Jamar Clark shooting would not be disciplined.

President Obama reads "Mean Tweets" on "JImmy Kimmel Live."

Obama responds to Trump in presidential 'Mean Tweets' with Jimmy Kimmel

Amy Schumer slammed for Beyonce parody she calls tribute
Lindsay Lohan's stepmom accused of kicking Florida officer
C.J.: Prince's 'wall of security' didn't keep Tommy Smith from getting great photos

After a 21-10 loss to the Eagles, Vikings coach Mike Zimmer called his offensive line "soft" and said his pass blockers didn’t block anyone, got overpowered and compared them to a sieve.

Scoggins: Zimmer delivers hard punch with 'soft' insult

It's not just the Vikings ­­— overreactions run rampant in the NFL
Read the replay: Vikings fans share their anxieties in our Live Chat
Vikings' kickoff coverage springs critical leak in loss to Eagles [Film Room]

Mohamud Noor, left, helped Daud Abshir apply for a job at Amazon, in Minneapolis. “Why not combine our separate efforts and do a better collaborative effort?” said Noor, head of the Confederation of Somali Community, a coalition member.

Minnesota Somali groups join to speak with one voice at Capitol

Vice President Joe Biden to go to Duluth on Friday
Minnesota first in the nation to launch Young Women's Initiative
Kansas lawmaker's post says black protester can go 'home'

National Guard Capt. Christopher Van Meter, shown during his deployment in Iraq, is one of nearly 10,000 National Guard troops in California who have been ordered to repay re-enlistment bonuses and other incentives after an audit in 2011 uncovered widespread fraud, mismanagement and overpayment by the guard in the state.

U.S. soldiers struggle to repay bonuses they received in error

Stranger gave her his liver; she gave him her heart
Mississippi struggles for Emmett Till memorial that withstands gunshots
Teen shot outside Utah middle school by classmate

FILE -- In this Jan. 21, 2016 file photo, people comfort a man mourning the death of his family member who was killed in an attack on Bacha Khan University, during a funeral in Charsadda, Pakistan. On Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, militants wearing suicide vests and firing automatic rifles storm a Pakistani police academy in the southwestern city of Quetta overnight killed at least 59 people and wounded over 100 more, mostly police cadets and recruits. There were conflicting claims of responsibility on Tuesday for the attack. Militant attacks have in the past 3 years claimed the lives of hundreds of people, including many schoolchildren.

Pakistani cadets ran, jumped from windows to flee militants

4 killed on river rapids ride at Australian theme park
Vatican: No more scattering of cremation ashes
Inside one of WWII's most daring spy missions

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