Minnesota gets cut of Ford settlement over misleading ads
The $19.2 million settlement centers on Ford's C-Max hybrid and Super Duty pickup truck.
White House names MN as location for federal test-to-treat COVID sites
Minnesota is one of only five states that will host the pilot project.
Minnesota Aurora's first ever game ends with draw before sellout crowd
More than 5,200 came out to see the game.
The Raptor Center says downward trend holding for avian influenza
A "baby shower" fundraising campaign hopes to help return young raptors to the wild.
Commemorative street name for Prince approved in Minneapolis
The block next to the First Avenue nightclub will be named Prince Rogers Nelson Way.
Monitoring severe storm threat Saturday-Tuesday in Minnesota
The holiday weekend won't be a washout, but multiple rounds of strong and severe storms are possible.
Charges: St. Cloud meth dealer had numerous weapons. body armor
Shawn Lawrence Jacobs, 38, faces 12 felony-level charges.
South Minneapolis tenants declare rent strike; allege unsafe conditions
A group of Powderhorn Park residents say they'll withhold May rent due to health and safety concerns.
Threats involving 2 students at West St. Paul middle school
Police said there is no reason to be concerned for the safety of the rest of the student body at Heritage E-Stem Magnet Middle School.
Controversial Two Harbors mayor told: Resign or face recall election
The mayor has come under scrutiny for unusual behavior this year.
The Who to bring Quadrophenia to Minneapolis
The Who's fall tour will bring them to Minneapolis' Target Center on November 27th. Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend will perform the full rock opera "Quadrophenia." Don't look for holograms of the deceased band members, though. That idea's been nixed.
Duluth native who directed Whitney Houston's music says she brought the world beauty
Duluth Central graduate Michael Baker became Whitney Houston's drummer 20 years ago and later added the title of music director. Baker says he kept his relationship with Houston simple and that's why it lasted so long.
Minnesota man who wrote 'Funkytown' leads copyright fight against music industry
An obscure 1976 amendment to U.S. copyright law gives songwriters the right to reclaim ownership of a song after 35 years. MPR reports Steven Greenberg, the St. Louis Park musician who penned "Funkytown," has become the first person to file a "termination of transfer" notice.
Howler frontman bashes Twin Cities music scene in Guardian interview
Jordan Gatesmith, the frontman of a Minneapolis band now getting international acclaim, tells the British paper that the local scene back home hasn't amounted to much since the days of Prince and Husker Du.
Brainerd woman loses music downloading appeal, owes $222K
A three-judge appeals panel has ruled Jammie Thomas-Rasset, who illegally downloaded and shared two-dozen songs online more than six years ago, owes record companies $222,000 for copyright violations, the Associated Press reports.
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