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US Marshals search for missing federal judge, 91

A 91-year-old federal judge who recently stopped hearing cases due to health issues has been reported missing from his Pennsylvania home.

Stand up to Cancer co-founder Noreen Fraser dies at 63

Noreen Fraser, a TV producer whose own cancer diagnosis turned her into an activist against the disease, has died. She was 63.

Kamonty Wade works on building an ethernet hub box at Rudolph Technologies.

Diversity hiring for public projects falls short of goals

St. Paul hears from two finalists for top schools job
Trial of officer who killed Philando Castile should stay in Ramsey County, prosecutors argue
Mpls. police see new database as tool; privacy advocates worry

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Twins pitcher Hector Santiago at his home in Litchfield Park, Ariz. on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, with just a sample of his collection of signed jerseys, which are one of the world’s largest.

The Twins' Hector is quite the collector

When Teddy Bridgewater returns, Vikings could face QB conundrum
Scoggins: Twenty more years will not erase the stain that Clem Haskins oversaw
Hartman: Wolves' Ricky Rubio playing his best after trade deadline

Cargill's fiscal third-quarter profit got a boost from growth in its sweetener business. File photo of cereal from a Cargill food lab made with EverSweet, a sweetener the company makes from the stevia leaf.

Chocolate, other sweeteners lifted Cargill's profit this winter

Federal Cartridge in Anoka has cut more workers
Samsung's Galaxy S8 phone aims to dispel the Note 7 debacle
Westinghouse, with Minnesota nuclear power ties, files for bankruptcy protection

Listen: Gorsuch vote is Washington's next flashpoint

Sack cartoon: Climate change watchdog
There's a lot to lose with heavier trucks on Minnesota roads
Readers Write (March 30): Gorsuch nomination, Islam and education, cancellation of New Prague high school play, funding for public broadcasting, mailbox rules

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Lynne Rossetto Kasper, photographed at Cooks of Crocus Hill in St. Paul.

Lynne Rossetto Kasper dishes on 'Splendid' career as she retires from radio show

Minnesota-born fashion photographer celebrates beauty in new book
Twin Cities teens learn about other cultures without leaving town
Musical memorial pays tribute to Minnesota conductor Stanislaw Skrowaczewski

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.

Al Farmes' gone, but his legacy lives
Dennis Anderson

Al Farmes died Wednesday at 93, but the 'Save the Wetlands' program he helped create saved many prized habitats for posterity.

U.S. Rep. Tim Walz addressed the crowd during the dedication of the State Veterans Cemetery in Preston, Minn., on Sunday, May 29, 2016.

With Tim Walz running for governor, race to replace him in Congress likely to be heated

Dayton denounces religious bias at Muslim Day event
Seattle announces lawsuit over Trump sanctuary cities threat
US Marshals search for missing federal judge, 91

In this aerial image made from a video provided by KABB/WOAI authorities respond to a deadly crash involving a van carrying church members and a pickup truck on U.S. 83 outside Garner State Park in northern Uvalde County, Texas, Wednesday, March 29, 2017. The group of senior adults from First Baptist Church of New Braunfels, Texas, was returning from a retreat when the crash occurred, a church statement said. (KABB/WOAI via AP) SAN ANTONIO OUT

12 killed, 3 hurt when church bus and truck crash in Texas

Since 2007, DEA has taken $3.2B in cash from people not charged with a crime
Brain and arm implants help paralyzed Cleveland man feed himself
Woman, 20, charged with plowing into Capitol Police cruiser

Abdirahman Kahin, from left, owner of Afro Deli, and Burhan Elmi, owner of Capitol Cafe, talked to Alison Beech and Alexa McAdams of the Northern Clay Center about advertising Dine Out for Somalia.

Worst crisis in 70 years stirs Minn. fight of African famine

Britain serves formal notice that it's leaving EU
Python swallows Indonesian man whole and aftermath is captured on video
Samsung may bring back fire-plagued Galaxy Note 7

The Gophers' academic fraud scandal cost coach Clem Haskins and others their jobs.

Scoggins: Twenty more years will not erase the stain that Clem Haskins oversaw

P.J. Fleck went to great lengths to keep Winfield from leaving U
Haskins: 'Gophers can win a national championship with local talent'
Fans react to 1996-97 Gophers: From 'cheaters' to 'proud of the players'

Goaltender Alex Stalock made a save during the first day of training camp last September. He will star Thursday's game against Ottawa.

Wild calls up goalie Alex Stalock to start Thursday

Boudreau: Parise won't be out long after scary high-sticking incident
Wild reaches deal with U's Kloos, pursuing Union College star
Wild loses again after Ovechkin's unusual hat trick, Oshie's OT game-winner

FILE - In this Feb. 6, 2015 file photo, Bob Dylan accepts the 2015 MusiCares Person of the Year award at the 2015 MusiCares Person of the Year show in Los Angeles.

Finally: Bob Dylan to formally accept Nobel Prize this weekend

Abby Lee Miller quits 'Dance Moms' before fraud sentencing
George Lucas gives another $10M to USC for student diversity
Adele: 'I don't know if I will ever tour again'

St. Louis services set for April 9 for rock icon Chuck Berry

Chuck Berry fans will have their chance to pay their respects to the late rock 'n' roll visionary.

Obituary: Ahmed Kathrada, anti-apartheid activist imprisoned with friend Nelson Mandela in South Africa, dies at 87

He was hailed as "stalwart of the liberation struggle" for a free South Africa.

Family and close friends say goodbye to George Michael

Singer George Michael's publicist says his funeral has been held in London.

Carl Clark, WWII hero recognized 6 decades later, dies

Carl Clark, a California man who was recognized six decades after his bravery during World War II with a medal of honor that had been denied because he was black, died last week. He was 100.

John Carl Ylvisaker, the 'Bob Dylan of Lutheranism,' dies at 79

John Carl Ylvisaker was a rarity: A widely traveled musician rooted in Minnesota, and a self-effacing man whose music was sung by thousands across the…