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Tobacco companies "know that a lot of these communities are traumatized communities, who feel isolated and alone and turn to different chemical use to try to manage that for themselves," said the CEO of the nonprofit Rainbow Health.

Lake homes are a hot commodity in 2022, but rising mortgage rates and gas prices could make it a little easier later this year.

Who gets blamed, who gets shamed, and who gets to drive away laughing from an unplanned pregnancy hasn't changed as much as we think it has since 1965, columnist @stribrooks  writes.

The Star Tribune conducted more than 20 interviews this week in exurban communities where voters overwhelmingly backed Trump in 2020.

Groups on both sides of the issue have been preparing to take their case to the ballot box.

President Joe Biden praises the continued unity of the global alliance confronting Russia at a G-7 meeting today in Germany.

Prince Charles' office has denied there was any wrongdoing in the heir to the British throne accepting bags full of cash as charity donations from a Qatari politician.

Will 100 golfers from near and far pay a six-figure membership fee to join a destination golf club being built near New London, Minn.?

Are you headed downtown for work or play these days? What's new in dining in Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Kids don't come with instruction manuals, and neither do most parental leave policies. How to navigate your leave, no matter your situation.

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#BREAKING : Walter Mondale, who rose from small-town Minnesota to become Democratic nominee for president, dies at 93.

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BREAKING: Derek Chauvin has been found guilty on all counts: second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the killing of #GeorgeFloyd  #DerekChauvinTrial 

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Minneapolis is requiring owners of properties destroyed or damaged in the riots after George Floyd's killing to prepay the second half of their 2020 property taxes to obtain a demolition permit. That's leaving wreckage in place, unlike in St. Paul.

Republican Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin said President Trump deserves to win more than one Nobel Peace Prize for his “leadership" and "brilliant negotiating strategy.”

Dozens of owners whose Twin Cities properties were severely damaged in the May riots have been stunned to discover that the money they would collect from their insurance company for demolition won’t come close to the actual costs of doing the job.

Chipotle fires St. Paul restaurant manager, retrains staff after viral video showing employees refusing to serve five black men.

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Update: Relatives of Daunte Wright, 20, told a growing crowd in Brooklyn Center that he was shot by police in Plymouth on Sunday afternoon before getting back into his car and driving to Brooklyn Center, where he crashed the car and was pronounced dead.

President Trump’s re-election campaign threatened to sue the city of Minneapolis for trying to force it to pay what it called "a phony and outlandish bill" for security during this week’s rally.

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