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Prohibiting the pledge was greeted with a high degree of emotional consternation, reaching all the way to tweets from the White House.

According to a KSTP reporter in the courtroom, Samuel Wayne Hicks was sentenced to one year in the Washington County Jail. He was also sentenced to 10 years of probation ...

Hollywood agency APA, which was hit by a series of lurid allegations in a sexual harassment and retaliation lawsuit filed last month by an ex-employee, has filed its own legal response to the matte…

Breaking Bread Café, a popular, social justice-focused restaurant in North Minneapolis, is pausing food service.

The former Heartland chef will be taking on three restaurants owned by the owners of the St. Paul Saints.

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Do you believe in ghosts? Are you fascinated by taxidermy? Do you love to explore hidden places that tell stories without a word being uttered?

We know you love wi-fi, but sometimes there's a better way to connect to the internet.

A new study reveals that porn sites are leaking user data to third parties. Here's how to fight back.

Boeing Co. said on Wednesday it will dedicate half of a $100 million fund it created after two crashes of its 737 MAX planes to provide payments to

Satan lives to kill you. Meditate on his false promises long enough to defeat them wherever you find them.

Police say 37-year-old Ian Michael Rosch was struck by a vehicle Thursday night at Cedar Avenue and County Road 42.

The four-CD, one-LP collection includes a remix of the band's best-selling album "Don't Tell a Soul."

Blast off into the Star Tribune's archives to revisit some of the offbeat headlines during America's mission to the moon 50 years ago.

In this week’s newsletter: doing the opposite of what you hate, reading recommendations, and more...

Part 1: A rainy start and sore shoulders foreshadowed the adventure to come for a father and son on the lakes near the Minnesota-Canada border.

Plenty have lamented the problem of “celebrity culture” in the church, and usually that phrase brings into our minds famous pastors and leaders in the church today. But that “celebrity culture” can be equally a challenge for non-famous, local ministries.

Highlights from major events that happened around the world on this day in history.

Washington D.C. - Representatives Jesús “Chuy” García (IL-04), Rep. Hank Johnson (GA-04) and Representative Matt Cartwright (PA-08) joined the Truck Safety Coalition and truck crash victims at a press conference today to introduce critical road safety legislation.

CNN, which is broadcasting the debates, assigned candidates randomly with a drawing Thursday night, with 10 candidates spread evenly over two events scheduled July 30-31 and held in Detroit. Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar will be in the first night's grouping ...

On summer nights, all across the state, parents cheer at their kids' baseball games. But one mother in the stands in Waite Park today stood out.

Much of America is baking, with a heat index above 100-110F. We just get a taste today, before storms cool us off. A wind shift to the north cools us off over the weekend, with Saturday showers giving way to a sunnier, drier Sunday and a big dip in humidity. Check the blog for more details. -Todd Nelson

Portals of Prayer: Please feel free to take a "Portals of Prayer" that are at the end of the pews. They make a wonderful addition to your personal devotions
The liturgical color for Pentecost Season is Green. We learn of the growth of the early Christian Church.
Peace Lunch Group: If you are interested in going out for lunch as a Peace group on Sunday, August 11th, we will be dining at the Pannekoeken Huis, 4995 Excelsior Blvd, in St. Louis Park, after…

Senior partner Andy West discusses the latest trends in M&A in light of several recent high-profile divestitures.