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MSU president requests state auditor review Hoffner firing

Minnesota State University-Mankato President Richard Davenport is requesting a review of the processes school officials followed over the last year and a half in their dealings with Todd Hoffner, the football coach who was fired and eventually reinstated.

Women's workplace protections get Senate OK

The Minnesota Senate has approved a comprehensive package of workplace protections for women, which are designed to address the "gender pay gap" between male and female workers.

"Digital Shadow:" New website creates profile of you from Facebook data

“Creepy” seems to be the word most often used to describe a much buzzed-about new website that mines your Facebook data to spit out a frighteningly intimate portrait of your life, some users say.

DNR's EagleCam chicks could take flight soon

They grow up so fast, don’t they? The three bald eagle chicks that have gotten worldwide attention after being featured on the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources EagleCam are almost ready to take off on their maiden flight.

 North Dakota oil fields – new tourist hot spot?

Fascination about the oil boom in western North Dakota is leading to a mini-boom of guided tours to cater to visitors interested in seeing what all the fuss is about.

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