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Minn. archdiocese reveals accused priests' names
MINNEAPOLIS — The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis today disclosed the names of 34 priests who have been accused of sexually abusing minors, following months of criticism that church leaders mi
Y wish list
The Rochester Area Family Y, is seeking holiday gifts for those it serves.
Shrugging off winter's bite in N. Dakota oilfields
Some people were choosing to stay indoors as an arctic blast swept across the Northern Plains, but the prospect of temperatures not cracking single digits had a different effect on the roustabouts, ro
Back and Forth: Christmas in Rochester song lives on
Many stories have been written over the past 4 decades about that little first-grade class and their music teacher, the late Rochelle Stensby, who sang "Christmas in Rochester, My Home Town."
US: Russian diplomats cheated health care program
More than three dozen Russian diplomats and their spouses enjoyed luxury vacations and spent tens of thousands of dollars at the finest stores as they lied about their incomes to get the government to
1 child dead in Idaho elementary school bus crash
Authorities say one child has died and at least four others were injured when a dump truck collided with a school bus carrying elementary school students in a small southwest Idaho city.
Congress unlikely to pass a farm bill by year's end
WASHINGTON – With less than two weeks before federal lawmakers take a holiday break, prospects in Congress for a speedy passage of the long-delayed farm bill appear to be fading.
98-year-old helps neighbors clear snow
SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn. — Howard Gustafson has no plans to put away his snow shovel any time soon — even at 98 years of age.
White House pushes for jobless aid extension
The White House is stepping up efforts to extend jobless benefits to long-term unemployed Americans, arguing that more than a million people will lose the assistance if it isn't renewed by the end of
Rochester business denies MPR embezzlement claims
ST. PAUL — A Rochester businessman who Minnesota Public Radio sued in October is denying the organization's claims that he and his company misappropriated nearly $315,000 over the last decade in a bus
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