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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Star Tribune
The Star Tribune (often abbreviated "Star Trib" or "Strib") is the largest newspaper in the U.S. state of Minnesota and is published seven days each week in an edition for the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area. A statewide version is also available across Minnesota and parts of Wisconsin, Iowa, South Dakota, and North Dakota. The paper's largest competitor is the St. Paul-based Pioneer Press, though it competes with a number of other papers in its wide circulation area. - Source: Wikipedia
The last Minnesotan has bowed out of the 70th Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C.
A growing number of Democrats in Minnesota's congressional delegation are urging Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki to resign.
A Minneapolis middle school teacher was charged Thursday with posting an online ad looking for sex with high school girls and then driving to meet someone he believed was a 14-year-old girl.
Minnesota Timberwolves owner and printing company billionaire Glen Taylor has signed a purchase agreement to buy the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
The widow of a slain Minnesota National Guardsman was convicted Tuesday of helping plan his killing last summer.
Authorities said Saturday that they have wrapped up their search of the home where a missing Maple Grove girl once lived, but the investigation into Amy Pagnac's disappearance continues.
Students and teachers at a St. Louis Park school are remembering two fourth-graders killed in a landslide one year ago.
Robbinsdale's former police chief has pleaded guilty to engaging in prostitution earlier this year.
Gregg Jarrett, a weekend co-anchor on the FOX News Channel, was arrested and briefly jailed for a bar-related incident at Minneapolis-St.Paul Airport.
St. Paul school officials said Wednesday they are disturbed by allegations that a former janitor engaged in improper behavior with students in recent years.
Descendants of Dakota Indians who were ordered out of Minnesota after the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 are suing to reclaim 12 square miles in southern Minnesota.
The Minnesota Supreme Court has narrowly upheld revoking the driver's license of a woman who says she drove drunk only to escape from her abusive husband.
Minneapolis police plan joint patrols with other law enforcement agencies to crack down on gun violence on the city's north side over the summer, officials said Friday.
The city of Brooklyn Center has adopted an ordinance that will raise the price of sweet-tasting cigars known as "little cigars," in hopes of deterring young people from using them.
Five people were indicted - including a former Hennepin County corrections officer and a cook at a Minneapolis high school - in what authorities are calling a conspiracy to equip gang members with guns, according to court documents unsealed Thursday.