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If you've tried to buy a home in the Twin Cities, you know the impossible task for mere mortals. If you can find a half-way-decent house to buy, the price is through the roof.
Whatever the reason, it's tough being a young person wanting to get into the homeowner game.
After years — yes, years — of political back-and-forth, Real ID is really here.
Now that it's the law, you may have some questions. Here are the answers.
This year's early spring brought the ticks out ahead of schedule. Anyone who's outdoors should be alert for the blacklegged or deer tick, said Minnesota Department of Health epidemiologist Elizabeth Schiffman.
Health officials across the Twin Cities are fighting to contain the current measles outbreak and contain new cases. Here's how they're doing it.
Novelist Frederick Manfred found inspiration in the landscape around the home he built within southwestern Minnesota's Blue Mounds State Park. But the house, now the park's visitor center, is crumbling and may face demolition.
Bonus - A must listen: Why special counsel is not enough in Trump Russia probe
Peter Zeidenberg served as an assistant special counsel in the prosecution of Scooter Libby, spent 17 years in the Department of Justice and is currently a partner at Arent Fox LLP. He explains how special counsel works and why there needs to be a deeper dive into the Russia probe.