The study by Time Magazine found that when it comes to personality and credit, nicer people tend to have lower credit scores than disagreeable and rude people.
Pilot, brother and sister killed when plane crashed into house are ID'd
The plane crashed into a house in Hermantown, Minnesota.
Rolled semi, livestock on freeway interchange in Woodbury
Traffic cameras showed what appeared to be hogs on the side of the road.
Reinbold guilty of murdering wife with 'particular cruelty'
Eric Reinbold, 46, was convicted of two counts of murder in the second degree in Pennington County Friday.
Armed assault suspect arrested after standoff in Waite Park
The standoff ended early Saturday when officer obtained a warrant for the home.
3 dead after plane crashes into house in Hermantown
Two people in the house were uninjured.
Destructive fire at Maple Grove greenhouse and nursery
The fire burned early Sunday morning at a longtime Maple Grove greenhouse and nursery.
SCSU player hospitalized after being taken off ice on stretcher
Luedtke was checked into the boards in the first period and down for a reported 10-15 minutes.
Amber Alert for Kryssy King canceled, suspect still at large
Police beleived 15-year-old Kryssy King was with a 22-year-old man who remains wanted.
3 St. Paul fast food restaurants robbed in space of an hour
The thieves struck between 7:15 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Fire at historic Stevens House museum for third time since Aug. 30
The fire was reported early Saturday morning.
What to do with the Kmart site? Minneapolis wants your ideas
The project will connect Nicollet Avenue south of Lake street and north of the Midtown Greenway, reestablishing a street grid.
Crowd evacuated at end of homecoming football game in Brooklyn Park
Police blamed 'unruly teens' in the stands and some who were trying to enter the stadium.
Report: Minneapolis residents have nation's best average credit scores
A conservative, Midwestern approach to debt may be the reason why Minneapolis residents have the best average credit scores in the country, according to a new report by Experian.
Study: Organic yields are lower than conventional farming
New research -- authored in part by a University of Minnesota scientist -- looks set to refuel the debate revealing yields from organic farming to be, on average, 25% lower than conventionally-farmed produce. The analysis compared 316 organic and conventional crops from 62 study sites.
Study: Minnesota among states to get 'F' in civil rights education
The study found that most students learn two people and four words -- Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, and 'I have a dream.'
Minnesota credit unions add hundreds of customers on 'Bank Transfer Day'
MPR reports about 600 people shifted $1.3 million to smaller community banks. That was just on one day. For all of last month, credit unions gained a total 11,000 customers.
Study: Early trauma can lower child's IQ
Maltreatment or even witnessing family violence can cause cognitive harm on par with lead exposure, according to research from the University of Minnesota and Boston Children's Hospital. The study suggests children younger than 2 are the most vulnerable.
Study: Foreclosures have cost Minneapolis public schools $150M
The study by Neighborhoods Organizing for Change says schools have lost $150 million in state funding after thousands of students -- about 4,000 in total -- were forced to leave Minneapolis as a result of their homes falling into foreclosure.
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