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GOP scrambling for health bill votes after ultimatum from Trump
Minn. man charged with stalking, accused of following woman, girl for more than 20 miles
Shipping Traffic for March 24, 2017
Bygones for March 24
MN mom with history of mental illness gets prison for poisoning baby
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Enbridge layoffs have 'limited' local effect
Duluth Seaway Port Authority executive director's pay increased
Apparel chain Bebe Stores to explore strategic alternatives
First ship of the season departs Twin Ports
Sears warns of 'substantial doubt' about company's future
Bears sign QB Sanchez to one-year deal
NCAA tournament: Badgers' blue collars better than blue chippers
Prep boys basketball: North Woods wins on half-court heave (with video)
NCAA tournament: Oregon's trail leading to Final Four
College men's hockey: Bulldogs' Sandelin, Buckeyes' Rohlik renew acquaintance in NCAA West Regional
BLINK: Making a splash
Things to Do for March 24, 2017
Sam Cook column: Alone, in a fix, on a wilderness errand
Bob Dylan opens up about life in northern Minnesota in new interview
Tips for socializing puppies
Happy Birthday, Connie Carlsness!
Happy Birthday, Chance!
Happy Golden Birthday, Colin!
KENNETH LLOYD NELSON
DAVID A. SACKETTE
JAMES WINTON "JIM" REITEN
ANDREW "ANDY" MIKROT
CHARLES KENNETH STEFFEN
Reader's View: Educational equality not the norm everywhere
Local view: Wellness day Saturday a chance to find hope
Our view: 'Neutral' ice penalizing places like Duluth
Reader's view: Block bills that bolster Big Tobacco
Reader's view: What Trump didn't say is worrisome
Mille Lacs walleyes catch and release again in 2017
MN DNR Weekly Report for March 20, 2017
Field Reports: Eagle heads back south after Duluth visit
Ask a Conservation Officer: Rules for fish caught outside Minnesota
Houston's fishing report: Beware the ice of March
Pet of the Week
Ask a Trooper: Unmarked squad cars
Welding for veterans
Daredevils headed for worlds
Holy Rosary celebrates global diversity
March 21, 2017
UMD clean snowmobile team gobbles up awards
Engineering students are smart, nerdy and get jobs when they graduate. We all knew that. But they can also build one kick-butt snowmobile. University...
March 21, 2017 - 6:31pm
Habitat loss highest near ethanol plants
Millions of acres of wildlife habitat have been lost to corn production across America's heartland in recent years and the damage is worst nearest...
March 21, 2017 - 6:28pm
March 10, 2017
Well-traveled eagle wearing GPS transmitter located near Duluth
A bald eagle wearing a GPS transmitter has spent recent days near the Fond du Lac Dam on the St. Louis River, said Mike Schrage, wildlife biologist...
March 10, 2017 - 10:37pm
March 5, 2017
Hot commodity: NRRI innovation featured at new Bell Museum
A Northland innovation is gaining some recognition with its placement on the new Bell Museum of Natural History in St. Paul. No, not in the museum....
March 5, 2017 - 9:00pm
February 24, 2017
Soccer-playing bumblebees get goal-scoring buzz
Scientists in London are training bumblebees to 'score' goals by moving a mini ball to a target, demonstrating unprecedented learning abilities....
February 24, 2017 - 12:06pm
February 22, 2017
Astronomers find seven Earth-size planets where life may be possible
Astronomers have found a nearby solar system with seven Earth-sized planets, three of which circle their parent star at the right distance for...
February 22, 2017 - 4:12pm
February 18, 2017
SpaceX launch scrubbed with 13 seconds to go
A planned SpaceX launch Saturday was scrubbed 13 seconds before it was to lift off. The new window for the mission, which will send cargo and...
February 18, 2017 - 6:18pm
February 8, 2017
New genetic study sheds light on quinoa
WASHINGTON — Quinoa, the sacred "mother grain" of the ancient Inca civilization suppressed by Spanish conquistadors, could become an increasingly...
February 8, 2017 - 10:13pm
February 2, 2017
Scientists find collagen in 195-million-year-old dinosaur bone
Dinosaur paleontology has long been the domain of bones and teeth — but now soft tissues could be changing the game. Scientists say they have discovered collagen preserved in a 195-million-year-old rib from a long-necked Lufengosaurus. The protein fragments, described in the journal...
February 2, 2017 - 9:52pm
January 24, 2017
USDA disavows gag-order emailed to scientific research unit
CHICAGO —The U.S. Department of Agriculture said on Tuesday that an internal email sent to staff at its Agricultural Research Service unit this week calling for a suspension of “public-facing documents,” including news releases and photos, was flawed and that new guidance would...
January 24, 2017 - 3:40pm
January 6, 2017
New Science Museum exhibit tests visitors’ skills while explaining the science of sports
ST. PAUL - The clever folks at the Science Museum of Minnesota have created a new sports-oriented exhibit that invites visitors to run, jump,...
January 6, 2017 - 12:26pm
December 29, 2016
Wisconsin DNR purges climate change from web page
The state Department of Natural Resources recently scrubbed language from an agency web page on the Great Lakes that said humans and greenhouse gases are the main cause of climate change. The DNR now says the subject is a matter of scientific debate. The department made the changes...
December 29, 2016 - 4:52pm
December 27, 2016
Pioneering astronomer Vera Rubin dies at 88; she helped find evidence of dark matter
As a woman, astrophysicist Vera Rubin had to fight just to get access to a telescope. What she saw when she did further rattled conventions: galaxies that were rotating more quickly than predicted by the laws of physics.
December 27, 2016 - 2:10pm
December 13, 2016
Astro Bob books for sale
Available for sale this holiday season at the News Tribune: Copies of "Night Sky with the Naked Eye," the new astronomy book by News Tribune photo editor "Astro Bob" King. The book answers basic questions about astronomy, offers tips for viewing objects and phenomena in the night...
December 13, 2016 - 9:16pm
December 1, 2016
Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin evacuated from South Pole
WASHINGTON— Buzz Aldrin, the second person to walk on the moon, was evacuated Thursday from the South Pole, the U.S. National Science Foundation...
December 1, 2016 - 1:52pm