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Stevens' body to lie in repose at Supreme Court on Monday

The Supreme Court says the body of former Justice John Paul Stevens will lie in repose at the court on Monday.

Edith Jones, who integrated southern medical schools, dies

Dr. Edith Irby Jones, the first black student to enroll at an all-white medical school in the South and later the first female president of the National Medical Association, has died. She was 91.

Motorists make their way through road construction on I-35W at County Road 10 in Mounds View.

Weekend traffic: Backups expected as I-494 in Mendota Heights will be down to a single lane

Woman injured in fall at Gooseberry Falls dies
After 22-mile trip to Isle Royale, Jet Skier says he's 'embarrassed' for needing rescue
9 days already served is sentence for Lino Lakes man who shot and killed 2 trumpeter swans

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Towns: Wolves culture under Thibodeau wouldn't have been good for rookies

Towns: Wolves culture under Thibodeau wouldn't have been good for rookies

Reusse: Twins fans demanding trade should remember loss of Ramos
Fleck jokes midseason slump had him wondering about job security
Wolves introduce top pick Culver, sign Naz Reid to multiyear deal

Movers carried out items from an Edina home in this file photo from July 2014 (FIle photo: Bruce Bisping/Star Tribune) ORG XMIT: MIN1407111611081253

Median home sale price in Twin Cities hits record $290,000

UnitedHealth Group beats expectations, posts a profit of nearly $3.3 billion
Twin Cities fish distributor opens a plant to process meat in Northfield
5G arrives in St. Paul. Just a little, like in Mpls.

U.S. Reps. Ayanna Pressley, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib listened as Rep. Ilhan Omar responded to remarks by President Donald Trump afte

Ilhan ('Send her back!') Omar has always been Trump's main target

Another downtown Minneapolis shooting puts spotlight on security plans
What the FaceApp freak-out actually reveals? That our privacy fears are flexible
Thank (or blame) John Paul Stevens for your binge-watching habit

Sack cartoon: The party of Lincoln
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A scene from “The Lion King.”

Disney remade 'The Lion King' – and they shouldn't have

Faces of murdered Mexican journalists haunt a show at Minneapolis Institute of Art
6 ways to get your crayfish fix this summer
Sprawling exhibit center at State Fair highlights what's new this year

Reusse: Whether 'Pretty Boy' or 'The Axe,' Larry Hennig was an original
Patrick Reusse

Before making a name for himself on the pro wrestling circuits, Larry Hennig was a Minnesota state wrestling champion at Robbinsdale High School in 1954. He died this week at age 82.

Obituary: Entrepreneur Elliott Royce was a remarkable retiree

At age 96, Elliott Royce attended trampoline class three times per week. The hobby fit with his retirement routine of falling five times every morning…

Anderson: Webster is master of realistic wildlife art
Dennis Anderson

Bill Webster captured the true beauty of game birds.

President Donald Trump spoke with Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, left, and Attorney General William Barr in Rose Garden on Thursday.

House holds 2 Trump officials in contempt in census dispute

Trump delves into accusation about Rep. Omar's marital history
House blocks maverick Democrat's Trump impeachment effort
EPA defends pesticide linked to brain damage in children

FILE - In this July 30, 2008, file photo, Jeffrey Epstein, center, appears in court in West Palm Beach, Fla. At the center of Epstein's secluded New M

Deemed dangerous, Epstein denied bail in sex abuse case

Fed-up Puerto Ricans march demanding governor resign
Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman sentenced to life in prison
No 'manpower': Berkeley bans gender-specific words in code

Smoke billows from a three-story building of Kyoto Animation in a fire in Kyoto, western Japan, Thursday, July 18, 2019. Kyoto prefectural police said

Man shouting 'You die' kills 33 at Japan anime studio

Notre-Dame came far closer to collapsing than anybody knew
Ebola outbreak in Congo declared a global health emergency
World hunger continues rising amid war, climate change, U.N. reports

Twins left fielder Eddie Rosario dropped a fly ball hit by Adeiny Hechavarria in the eighth inning. Two runs scored on the play.

Twins collapse in 14-4 loss to Mets, lead shrinks to four games

Ope! Sometimes you get in a Twitter battle with the Cleveland Indians
Prolific tweeter, troubled reliever: May tries a farewell to Twitter
Royals hold off White Sox 6-5 to sweep 4-game series

Minnesota Vikings running back Roc Thomas (32)

Vikings running back Roc Thomas suspended for three games by NFL

Broncos out to forge new identity following owner's death
Broncos kick off NFL training camps with Sanders on board
Vikings backup RB Roc Thomas gets 3-game suspension

Gophers coach P.J. Fleck and his players celebrated their 34-10 Quick Lane Bowl victory over Georgia Tech last Dec. 26 in Detroit.

No respect? Media picks Gophers football sixth in Big Ten West

5 Big Ten Media Days story lines to watch for Gophers, others
Recruiting picks up for Rochester's Gabe Madsen, but what about his twin?
Wolves introduce top pick Culver, sign Naz Reid to multiyear deal

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Why is 'southeast' Mpls. actually northeast of downtown?

Sorry, but why do Minnesotans say 'ope' all the time?
Is Duluth the most inland seaport in North America?
How did the Twin Cities become a hub for Somali immigrants?

Actor Kevin Spacey listens to attorney Alan Jackson during a pretrial hearing on Monday, June 3, 2019, at district court in Nantucket, Mass.

Prosecutors drop groping case against Kevin Spacey

TV heaven: 'Modern Family' star to marry 'Bachelorette' star
Beyoncé and docs on R. Kelly, Michael Jackson get Emmy nods
Johnny Clegg, anti-apartheid musician in South Africa, dies

Nawal Noor was named one of 24 Bush Foundation fellows this year. She plans to expand her business and pursue national leadership opportunities.

Somali American is trailblazer in a construction field with few women, people of color

New nonprofit Let Grow urges parents to land those helicopters and let kids be kids
Twin Cities' theater brings magical, free, puppet shows to backyards and parks
Diner patrons treat WWII veteran to hearty breakfast every day

Pumpsie Green, 1st black player on Boston Red Sox, dies

Former Boston Red Sox infielder Elijah "Pumpsie" Green, the first black player on the last major league team to field one, has died. He was 85.

L. Bruce Laingen, top US diplomat held in Iran, dies at 96

L. Bruce Laingen, the top American diplomat at the U.S. Embassy in Tehran when it was overrun by Iranian protesters in 1979 and one of 52 Americans held hostage for more than a year, has died. He was 96.

Dr. Elliot Chesler, who created one of top VA cardiology units in country, dies at 87

His medical career spanned three continents as he became a respected and influential doctor.

Chief of NRA's ex-public relations firm, Angus McQueen, dies

Angus McQueen, longtime CEO of the public relations firm that shaped the National Rifle Association's most memorable messages until an acrimonious split last month, has died.

Stevens to be 13th Supreme Court justice buried at Arlington

Arlington National Cemetery has long been planned as the final resting place of retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens. His second wife Maryan died in 2015 and was buried at the cemetery. The gravestone they will share has stood at Arlington, inscribed with both their names, since then. Stevens' birthdate — April 20, 1920 — was chiseled on the stone, a blank space left for the date of his death.