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Feds pledge $60M for Minnesota bridges, more in years ahead

By Brian Bakst Bridges around Minnesota will undergo repairs with a $60 million boost in federal transportation money ...

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Study: More evidence links a virus to multiple sclerosis

There’s more evidence that one of the world’s most common viruses may set some people on the path ...

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Supreme Court halts COVID-19 vaccine rule for US businesses

WASHINGTON  — The Supreme Court has stopped the Biden administration from enforcing a requirement that employees at large ...

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Gov. Walz seeks $40 million for hospital staffing amid surge

MINNEAPOLIS  — Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz is seeking to use $40 million in federal funding to support emergency ...

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Omicron may be headed for a rapid drop in US, Britain

Scientists are seeing signals that COVID-19’s alarming omicron wave may have peaked in Britain and is about to ...

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Guard members embrace job that can make surprising demands

ST. CLOUD — From assisting at COVID-19 testing sites to protecting the U.S. Capitol, it’s been a busy ...

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Question for Fed: Has it waited too long to fight inflation?

WASHINGTON — With inflation surging, unemployment falling and wages rising, some economists are warning that the Federal Reserve ...

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American Indian Movement leader Clyde Bellecourt dies at 85

MINNEAPOLIS — Clyde Bellecourt, a leader in the Native American struggle for civil rights and a founder of ...

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Judge in federal trial in Floyd death urges quick proceeding

ST. PAUL — The judge handling the federal trial for three former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating ...

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Minnesota sees declining COVID-19 intensive care rate

MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota health officials looking for a silver lining in the spread of the coronavirus omicron variant ...

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Minnesota sees declining COVID-19 intensive care rate

By David H. Montgomery Minnesota’s post-holidays COVID-19 numbers remain messy, making it hard to chart the disease’s next ...

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Pandemic concerns force Guthrie postponement and cancellation

By Euan Kerr The pandemic is forcing the Guthrie Theater to push back one impending show and cancel ...

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Lakota woman taps Indigenous remedies to launch business

By Hannah Yang MANKATO — Megan Schnitker learned from a young age that she could turn to nature’s ...

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Minnesota virus positivity rate reaches 15.6% in new record

MINNEAPOLIS  — Minnesota’s COVID-19 positivity rate over the past seven days reached 15.6% on Friday, emphasizing the rapid ...

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Minn. activist, journalist Mel Reeves dies from COVID-19

MINNEAPOLIS — Mel Reeves, a longtime Minneapolis civil rights activist and journalist for Minnesota’s oldest Black-owned newspaper, has ...

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