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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - University Of Minnesota
A former University of Minnesota basketball star who says he was injured during his arrest in a Twin Cities suburb is suing police.
There's a special fan cheering in the stands at the state boys' hockey tournament in St. Paul.
Acting with rare speed, the Minnesota House approved a $500 million package of tax cuts and repeals Thursday in a clear sign of the state's improved fortunes.
The University of Minnesota will redouble its efforts to recruit students of color and ensure student safety, university President Eric Kaler said Thursday.
Gustavus Adolphus College has named its next president, and for the first time in the school's 152-year history, that president is a woman.
Kevin Burbach is joining The Associated Press as a general assignment reporter in Bismarck.
The Heinz Family Foundation is honoring five people for their work to improve the world through innovations in the arts, sciences, public policy, technology, and economics.
Minnesota has given football coach Jerry Kill a raise and another year on his contract.
A new Habitat for Humanity house in north Minneapolis is the group's first home built to use solar energy for heating, cooling and hot water.
As the Minnesota Grape Growers Association gathers in St. Paul this weekend, a new report shows how far northern winemakers have come.
When it comes to the outdoors and the environment in Minnesota, the 2014 legislative session is going to be about money for projects.
The University of Minnesota will host a Guinness International Champions Cup soccer game between Manchester City and Olympiacos on Aug. 2.
A Minnesota man charged with killing his wife in Iowa in 1997 is suffering from prostate cancer and other illnesses and may only have months to live, his defense attorney said Thursday.
Finland goalie Noora Raty has one more game in her Olympic career, then she will say goodbye to women's hockey's biggest event.
The flavors of different Minneapolis neighborhoods will be featured at this year's U.S. Bank Skyway Open in downtown Minneapolis.