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Rosenstein to stay in job for now and will meet Trump on Thursday
DNR: Minnesota wolf population is stable
Trump calls sexual misconduct allegations against Kavanaugh 'totally political,' vows to back him 'all the way'
Authorities ID ATV riders injured in crashes
Duluth murder suspect appears in court
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Grain companies seek extra storage as trade war continues
Balancing the variables of farming and ranching
Commentary: Stranded on I-94 with a load of cows
ND farmer: 'We're only spanking ourselves' with tariffs
Bankruptcies for Sept. 13-19
Place a Business Announcement
MN DNR Weekly Report for Sept. 24, 2018
College men’s hockey: Defending national champion Bulldogs take top spot in preseason USCHO poll
Lions top Patriots for Patricia's first win
Stricker starts strong to win Sanford International
Boos bombard Vikings in home loss to Bills
Project Naptural promotes embracing the beauty of black hair
Heartland Indie Best-sellers
Readings & Writers
Ask a Master Gardener: Overwintering water gardens
Boy's pumpkin dream is no pie in the sky
Eric and Christina Stevenson
Jim and Linda Boyd
Manny and Lynda Berg
Johnna Marie Rostollan
Fredrick and Yvonne Peterson
Clara A. Bugliosi
Roberta J. Peterson
Edna M. Shoberg
Sue Ann Nelson Roe
Our View: Leaving officers unprotected 'a dereliction of duty'
Local View: City morally, ethically obligated to purchase equipment
Cartoonist's View: Thin blue line
Reader's View: Republican warts trump Democratic cancers
Reader's View: Failing family farms adds to sadness
MN DNR Weekly Report for Sept. 24, 2018
Historic duck camp tradition lives on
'Fish Addictions TV' host adds touring walleye pro to his resume
Wisconsin may close grouse season early
Nice Fish for Sept. 23
Snapshot for Sept. 23, 2018
Grandma's Brag Book for Sept. 23, 2018
Faces for Sept. 23, 2018
A century ago, they went to war to help: Clay County, Minn., nurses made their mark in WWI
August 16, 2018
FDA approves first generic version of EpiPen
The Food and Drug Administration approved the first generic version of EpiPen on Thursday, August 16, a move that will bring new competition...
August 16, 2018 - 1:11pm
June 25, 2018
FDA approves first marijuana-derived drug to be used to treat childhood epilepsy
The Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved the first drug derived from marijuana, which will be used to treat two rare and severe forms of childhood epilepsy. The drug, called Epidiolex, is an oral solution containing highly purified cannabidiol, or CBD, which is one of scores...
June 25, 2018 - 3:29pm
May 6, 2018
Emergencies on four legs: Veterinary ER doctor finds opportunities to help amidst trauma of job
A Pomeranian sat in its owner's arms violently trembling and panting. "He's been shaking like this for 30 minutes. ... I got in as quick as...
May 6, 2018 - 5:00am
April 23, 2018
Veteran receives penis, scrotum transplant in surgery doctors hail as a medical first
An Afghanistan war veteran who had his genitals blown off by a roadside bomb is the recipient of a donated penis and scrotum that doctors hope...
April 23, 2018 - 9:36pm
April 9, 2018
This strange syndrome causes people to think their loved ones have been replaced by identical impostors
On a beautiful autumn afternoon in New York's Central Park, Carol Berman had the horrifying realization that her husband of 40 years no longer...
April 9, 2018 - 3:17pm
March 25, 2018
For the faintest of heart: Abbott’s pediatric mechanical heart valve - the world’s smallest - is approved by FDA
LITTLE CANADA, Minn. — In a laboratory near Interstate 35E and Minnesota 36, Abbott Laboratories employee Teresa Tollefson peers through...
March 25, 2018 - 6:07am
March 8, 2018
Premiums for ACA health insurance plans could jump 90 percent in three years
Insurance premiums for Affordable Care Act health plans are likely to jump by 35 to 94 percent around the country within the next three years,...
March 8, 2018 - 1:40pm
February 10, 2018
New cancer treatment in clinical trial thanks to Zach Sobiech: Teen’s legacy lives on in cancer research
MINNEAPOLIS — Pediatric oncologist Brenda Weigel has always had bleak news for patients diagnosed with osteosarcoma. Treatments for the...
February 10, 2018 - 4:26pm
December 14, 2017
He was a renowned surgeon - until a doctor found his initials burned on a patient's liver
Patients often can't help but wonder what doctors and nurses are doing while they're sedated. Some suspect trash talking. Others are wary of...
December 14, 2017 - 3:11pm
April 11, 2014
Sebelius: I’m responsible for debacle: Health secretary resigns after Obamacare launch woes
WASHINGTON — U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning after overseeing the botched rollout of President Barack...
April 11, 2014 - 12:07am
February 22, 2014
FOTB: Home away from home: Nurses from Philippines helping plug holes in Oil Patch health care
MINOT — Filipino nurse Lucy Meg Quinit thought she and her family would miss home more as they adjust to a new life in North Dakota. But Quinit...
February 22, 2014 - 11:57pm
February 15, 2014
Fight against bad medicine: Medical community teams up with law enforcement to combat prescription abuse from the inside
As prescription drug addiction becomes an ever-increasing problem in North Dakota, members of the medical and law enforcement community are working together to try and stop it before it starts. “It’s becoming a national epidemic,” said John Vastag, co-chairman of Reducing Pharmaceutical...
February 15, 2014 - 11:21pm
December 26, 2013
Crisp: Modern medicine still doesn’t provide the ‘good death’
This is a familiar story: In July 2012, 65-year-old Barbara Wise suffered several disabling strokes that confined her to a hospital bed in Akron, Ohio, unable to move or speak. Perhaps you remember the 15-year vegetative state that Terri Schiavo endured after cardiac arrest in 1...
December 26, 2013 - 3:50pm
Reader's view: Thank goodness for America's socialism
An Aug. 16 letter advocated the splitting of the United States into separate socialist and libertarian countries. In it the letter writer admitted his theoretical experiment was simplistic. But I maintain the republic he envisioned would not be a libertarian utopia. In a way, his...
August 26, 2011 - 12:00am
September 7, 2010
UMD med students pack wealth of life experience
One week into medical school, Deanna Shoup and Alicia Phillips already have learned one thing for sure: It's even harder than they thought. "I...
September 7, 2010 - 12:00am