Yes, I ordered a $14 pastrami sandwich
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Yes, I ordered a $14 pastrami sandwich
Though it may not match the glamour of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts or the Science Museum of Minnesota, there’s yet another source of educational enrichment in town that quietly opens for the season this Saturday: The
After eight stops in four days, the Gopher Road Trip: Chalk Talk 2
Minnesotans insured under eight different health providers could see rises in their premiums of more than 50 percent,
If you’re a choral connoisseur (or maybe you just like fish tacos
A committee of locally elected officials must decide where to cut $341 million from the Southwest Corridor light-rail, according to
The Star Tribune
A new government study revealed today
Welcome to the Minnesota Daily sport’s newest summer blog series, ‘This week in Gophers’ sports.’ Each week, we will inform you on all the important events regarding Gophers’ athletics.
Patients who qualify registered to begin recieving medical marijuana legally in Minnesota today. The first doses will be distributed on July 1st. However, marijuana is still classified as a schedule 1 narcotic by the U.S. government. Federal officials have said that they will not make state dispensaries a priority issue.
U.S. House Rep. Jim Kline, R-Minn. has come out in favor of loan forgiveness for former students of the for-profit Corinthian Colleges. In a statement, Kline, the chairman of the House education committee, said he supports government-backed loan forgiveness for former students of Corinthian, the Star Tribune Reported.
Local coffee stronghold Urban Bean recently opened a chic new location on the corner of West Lake Street and Bryant Avenue. Going to a coffee shop isn’t just grabbing a cup of Joe anymore. Coffee has become a hobby for many people. Well-sourced full-bodied beans and Instagram-worthy appearance dictate whether the brew is up to par. Urban Bean delivers on all of those fronts.
A federal grand jury indicted 41 people on two American Indian reservations in Minnesota for trafficking heroin methamphetamine, oxycodone and other drugs, according to Minnesota Public Radio. KARE 11 reports that Omar Sharif Beasley reportedly ran the drug ring in the Red Lake and White Earth Indian Reservations between April 2014 and April 2015.
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The Obama administration closed a loophole in the
Gov. Dayton signed into law an increase in the fine for texting while driving violations after the first incidence to $225, according to Fox9. “Gov. Mark Dayton signed a transportation funding and policy bill into law on Friday that increases the penalty for second and subsequent violations of texting while driving to $225. The fine for the first violation is $50," the station reports.
With two seniors penciled in as starters on the Gophers frontcourt, men’s basketball coach Richard Pitino added more depth for the future. Pitino announced the addition of forward Davonte Fitzgerald on Tuesday, who will transfer from Texas A&M.
By Youssef Rddad Corrections (5/27/2015): This blog originally stated that sponsored reaserch awards had increased by $741 million from 2013 to 2014. That was the total amount of funds awarded in 2014.
Tame Impala delivered a seamless set of jams to a sold out crowd at First Avenue Wednesday night in Minneapolis.