The Wild's deal for Charlie Coyle

Charlie Coyle was at the center of one of the major trades in Wild history. On draft night 2011 — at Xcel Energy Center — he was obtained from San Jose. Here's a breakdown of the trade six years later.

State's November spike might lead to Christmas restrictions

Nick Berhow, left, recently helped Jackie Hampton, right, get tested at the new COVID-19 saliva testing center in Inver Grove Heights.

Although some indicators have inched down from highs earlier in November, health officials echoed warnings about a continued COVID-19 surge and said the state could face restrictions for the Christmas holiday.

Children's hospitals are partly to blame as superbugs increasingly attack kids

'Staggering' surge in violent carjackings across Minneapolis

A neighbor’s surveillance camera captured the sound of shots fired as a pair of suspects attempted to carjack a woman in south Minneapolis on Nov. 2

Over the past two months, Minneapolis police have logged more than 125 carjackings in the city, a troubling surge that authorities no longer just link to small groups of marauding teens.

Now's the time to shop for heirloom seeds

Now's the time to order heirloom seeds, catalogs for the growing season ahead.



This file photo shows the University of St. Thomas campus in St. Paul in January. The university is adding an Institute for Trauma-Informed Education.

New University of St. Thomas institute will train teachers to identify, respond to student trauma

Lake Superior ice disappears as fast as it formed
St. Cloud man found guilty of second-degree murder in nightclub stabbing

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At the All-Star break, Wolves expose flaws in Rosas' rebuilding plan

At the All-Star break, Wolves expose flaws in Rosas' rebuilding plan

Twins' Lewis vows to grow, learn as he aggressively approaches ACL rehab
Wild's Foligno much more than a role player now
3 Metro West girls' basketball teams cancel regular season; Hopkins takes voluntary pause

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In this Aug. 3, 2017, file photo, Martin Shkreli arrives at federal court in New York.

Blue Cross of Minnesota lawsuit takes aim at 'Pharma Bro'

As soybean prices and demand soars, Cargill expands soy processing sites
Eden Prairie's iMedia wants to give Christopher & Banks a new life
Minneapolis-based Bio-Techne buying Texas company for at least $215M

The construction of Interstate 94 tore a hole through Rondo, St. Paul’s historic black neighborhood.

Don't just 'rethink' I-94 through Rondo

Hennepin County steps up on climate change
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Readers Write: End-of-life issues, Dr. Seuss books, Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill


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Harmony Kaplan and her duet-partner husband, Joel.

Minnesota grandparents go viral on TikTok for their COVID-themed songs

Eddie Murphy has four roles in 'Coming 2 America' but there's still not enough of him
10 best things our critics are watching this week
The new Har Mar Superstar: sober, engaged and employed by the Postal Service

Souhan: Under all that losing is a potential bright future for Wolves

The Wolves right now are a bad team playing as badly as ever. But assuming that their losing ways are predestined ignores the realities of modern sports.

Scoggins: Parise's benching was about more than one bad shift

Seeing Zach Parise benched certainly was jarring considering his stature and salary, but it really shouldn't be all that surprising. This isn't his team anymore.

Neal: For my first columnist pitch, 'I'm out to blaze my own trail'

In his debut piece as a Star Tribune sports columnist, La Velle E. Neal III interviewed his closest, most personal friend.



Sen. Tina Smith

Sen. Tina Smith supports ending filibuster

Businesses' requests far outweigh $242 million Minnesota relief package
Another Trump on the ballot? Lara Trump eyes Senate seat
Senate energy panel backs Haaland for interior secretary

State Rep. Luke Simons, R-Dickinson, is shown in the North Dakota House chamber on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021, in Bismarck, N.D.

North Dakota House expels lawmaker accused of misconduct

Passed over 3 times, Black colonel to be promoted
Dallas police officer charged with arranging two killings
Alabama's Republican governor extends face mask mandate

People gather on high ground in Whangarei, New Zealand, as a tsunami warning is issued Friday, March 5, 2021. A powerful magnitude 8.1 earthquake stru

Little damage from huge Pacific quake; tsunami threat passes

Sweden says probe into knife attack looking at terror links
Germany to monitor far-right party
Myanmar crackdown on protests, widely filmed, sparks outrage

Because of Minnesota’s harsh climate, MSP is one of the busiest airports in the country for de-icing operations.

What happens to the de-icing fluid sprayed on planes at MSP airport?

What does it take to become a police officer in Minnesota?
Listen: How Ford made millions of windows from St. Paul sand
Why does I-35E through St. Paul have a 45-mph speed limit?

Open water has returned to Lake Superior at Duluth’s Canal Park after a cold spell rapidly formed ice in February only to see warm weather melt it a

Lake Superior ice disappears as fast as it formed

All eyes on Duluth as Grandma's Marathon becomes one of first big races in COVID era
First Johnson & Johnson one-shot vaccines arrive in Duluth
Duluth's 'offshore to the North Shore' tech firm acquired by Wayzata firm

Trey Anastasio played the State Theater.

Phish guitarist to found substance abuse treatment center

Elusive artist Banksy confirms he's behind prison artwork
Hospitalized Prince Philip has successful heart procedure
Police: Rapper OMB Peezy charged in music video shooting

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Born in Minnesota, a child of immigrants: 'The story of my life is the product of my parents' dreams'

Co-op supporting immigrant farmers in Minnesota gives back with food boxes for families in need
Teacher called to protect Capitol holds class from Humvee
In COVID reality, daydreaming offers a healthy and freeing opportunity to get through hard times