A group of nonprofit researchers say they found low levels of the toxin called Bisphenol A in canned soups and pastas marketed to kids. The chemical has been linked to cancers and developmental problems.
Revival to close its original Minneapolis restaurant
Don't worry – it's bringing the chicken to its nearby BBQ joint.
Fatal crash under investigation on Hwy 62 in Mendota Heights
The Minnesota State Patrol is investigating the crash near Dodd Road.
Gallery: Sale of Minneapolis penthouse marks highest price for condo in MN history
The seller is a member of the Pohlad family.
The former Bachelor Farmer space is sold in Minneapolis
A new restaurant is expected to open next year.
Supercharged atmosphere causing more mega-rain events
There could be a mega-rain event Saturday-Sunday in Minnesota, Wisconsin and/or Iowa.
Massive Burnsville landfill expansion nears final approvals
The City of Burnsville and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency are accepting public feedback on the proposal.
Kyle Rittenhouse attorney to defend accused Apple River killer Nicolae Miu
The attorney who helped Kyle Rittenhouse be acquitted of all charges is defending the alleged Apple River mass stabber.
Minneapolis police trying to ID pair in connection to fatal shooting
Police say the two people pictured are connected to the fatal shooting of Ivan Redday last month.
17-year-old girl killed in southern Minnesota crash
The crash happened early Thursday morning near Lake Crystal.
Ex-Brooklyn Center police chief sues city over resignation
Tim Gannon alleges he was forced to resign following the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright.
Men injured after boat crash sends propeller spinning onto craft
The motor reportedly flew out of the water and severely injured two men on the boat.
Study suggests link between 3M chemical and cancer
Scientists focused on a chemical found in drinking water in Ohio and West Virginia, but they also say it exists in smaller amounts in Washington County. But a health official in Minnesota cautions that studies so far on perfluorooctanoic acid, of PFOA, have been inconsistent and the latest research doesn't necessarily mean there is an increased risk of cancer here.
U of M researchers identify link between e-cigarettes and cancer
E-cigs contain trace elements of a chemical that can establish in the body after inhalation.
Fewer school kids walk to school
Federal officials think the lack of sidewalks and safe crosswalks are discouraging school children from walking to school. The Pioneer Press reports even after hundreds of millions of dollars in federal spending, the percentage of kids walking to school remains in the low double digits. In one Woodbury school, not one of the more than 800 students walks.
U of M researchers urge schools to add more whole grains into menus
U researchers say they've found that if schools adopt recipes that use whole grains in foods like pizzas, pastas and bread -- the change increases a students intake by more than 25 percent.
Are your kids ready for kindergarten?
A group of business leaders have developed an easy-to-use website designed to help parents determine if their child is ready to learn and succeed in kindergarten. The Pioneer Press cites a state school readiness study that says only 50 percent of Minnesota kids are actually ready.
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