The school plans to cut about 300 students to help stabilize its transfer program. However, officials at the state's two-year colleges criticize the plan.
Mom pleads guilty to sex trafficking young daughter
Her trial was set to begin this week.
Homes shot at randomly in Wisconsin; residents nearly struck
The people inside the homes were nearly struck, according to the Juneau County Sheriff’s Office.
Charges: Man killed roommate's 4 pet ferrets after argument
He told police he swears one of the ferrets was "laughing and breathing" as he kept shooting it in the head, charges state.
St. Cloud 27-year-old ID'd as victim of homicide near U of M
The shooting, which also injured two others, occurred Thursday near the 500 block of 15th Avenue South.
Liquor store employee shot twice while trying to stop shoplifter
No arrests have been made.
Testimony to begin in federal trial of 3 former Minneapolis cops
Opening statements begin Monday.
What happens to the Vikings if Aaron Rodgers leaves the NFC North?
Rodgers said he isn't interested in rebuilding in Green Bay, is it time for the Vikings to pounce or stay the course?
Sheriff: Men found unresponsive in garage died of cocaine overdose
Two of the three men found unresponsive in an Eyota garage last week died of a drug overdose, a preliminary autopsy found.
Ant's injury clouds Timberwolves' victory over the Nets
The Timberwolves star was injured in the final minutes on Sunday night.
Byron native Ayoka Lee sets NCAA record for points in a game
The Kansas State forward broke a record shared by former Gopher Rachel Banham.
It's going to be stupid cold again Tuesday and Wednesday
They'll almost certainly be the 10th and 11th days with subzero temps this month.
Transfer student enrollment to drop at U of M
Low graduation rates and poor student satisfaction among transfer students means the University of Minnesota will begin accepting fewer undergraduate transfers. The school plans for transfer students to make up 33 percent of their student population.
U of M students rally for celebrity bus driver, the Jazz Man
A beloved bus driver got transferred off campus after reportedly giving a female passenger his number and offering to "talk jazz." Rob Thompson is well-known on campus for blasting jazz on his boombox and welcoming students aboard with "hey baby."
U of M launches program to help prep students for college
The University of Minnesota says a new statewide program, called "Ramp Up," will give students college guidance and orientation courses. The program director also says it's an attempt to rectify the quality and consistency of college counseling.
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.
Minnesota students protest proposed cuts in federal grants
Students at Minnesota's state colleges and universities say they'd lose $76 million in aid if proposed cuts in the Pell Grant program are enacted. They're petitioning the Congressional delegation to reject the cuts, which they say would push students deeper into debt.
'U' researcher: Gay couples on TV drive acceptance
In five separate studies, Edward Schiappa has found that the presence of gay characters on television programs decreases prejudices among viewers. He said the shifts are subtle and do not convert bigots, but over, time, there is a snowball effect.
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