The first part of a wicked weather week began Sunday, with up to a foot of snow falling across the Twin Cities before a deep freeze takes hold. Several metro-area communities declared snow events and implemented parking restrictions. Minneapolis and St. Paul Public Schools canceled all classes and activities for Monday due to the snow.
President Donald Trump said Sunday that the odds congressional negotiators will craft a deal to end his border wall standoff with Congress are "less than 50-50."
Minneapolis weighs linking funding to diverse leadership.
In another first, the annual Saintly City Cat Show crowned one queen but two kings.
For decades in Minnesota, landfills for construction and demolition debris have not been required to use linings that stop toxic pollutants from seeping into groundwater. As the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency tells it, the waste wasn't considered to be an environmental risk when the landfill rules were first implemented in 1988.
DFL governor weighs making local referendums "either rare or extinct."
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The point here is not that the Patriots and Rams are headed for Atlanta only because of lucky breaks, but that winning NFL teams often require a combination of luck and ability.
This shouldn't be controversial, but someone needs to say it: We're entitled to yell "GUYAHHGH!" when it's below zero.
Relying on a piecemeal point guard approach is not what Richard Pitino had in mind but, "that's all right. Just find a way to win."