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US Mint prepares to release Voyageurs National Park quarter

The Voyageurs quarter is part of a series of 56 commemoratives highlighting America’s national parks.

Seasonal debut finally arrives for Hennepin County Government Center fountain

The plaza pool and fountain needs repairs for what was compared to a pothole.

ID'd: Motorcyclist who died after hitting deer in NW Wisconsin

The rider died four days later at a Twin Cities hospital.

Rescuers save 2 women adrift on blowup raft in Lake Superior ½-mile off shore

The wind and currents pushed them into the big lake off Duluth.

It's a bark in the park for hundreds of dogs attending St. Paul Saints game

The minor league team put its diamond in the ruff and welcomed pooches on a warm holiday weekend night.

Police use-of-force incidents show 10-year decline in Minneapolis

Some say stats don’t tell full story of encounters.

Marine Cpl. Carl Knutson: Not just another war statistic

His name is among 144 engraved on a bronze tablet listing Minnesota Marines who died in World War I.

Austin takes 'welcoming' to next level with immigrant entrepreneur program

Program has given about 15 immigrants help with startups

Small towns win big in Minnesota high school robotics

Greenbush Middle River Superintendent Tom Jerome praised the robotics competition for bringing out the best in students.

This Memorial Day, all Fort Snelling headstones will get flags

For the first time in 35 years, all Fort Snelling graves are being marked.

Investigation continues into double shooting at Little Earth

At least eight people have been shot at the south Minneapolis housing complex this month.

2 killed, several injured in Memorial Day weekend crashes

It’s the start of the 100 deadliest days on roads.

St. Paul leaders feel left out of transit expansion

Transit advocates say it’s no accident that St. Paul has fallen behind, citing choices made.