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Wind chill advisory declared as temps plumment

January 19, 2011

Meteorologists expect a temperature drop in Minneapolis and surrounding areas through Friday with the National Weather Service declaring a wind chill advisory until 9 a.m. Friday. Students should plan ahead for the cold by...

Don’t get caught out in the cold

December 11, 2010

In order to facilitate plowers after a snowfall, the city of Minneapolis may declare a snow emergency. During these periods, drivers must pay close attention to where they park in order to avoid tickets and towing. When...

New smart parking meters hit the streets of Minneapolis

December 10, 2010

Drivers now have a new payment option when parking on Minneapolis streets: debit and credit cards. During the week of Nov. 9, crews began installing multi-space smart parking meters in the Warehouse District. 46 new meters...

Report: Emmer to concede Minn. gov. race

December 7, 2010

Rep. Tom Emmer (R-Delano) will concede the Minnesota gubernatorial race to DFL candidate Mark Dayton Wednesday morning, KSTP-TV's chief political reporter Tom Hauser announced on Twitter at 9:54 p.m. Tuesday night. The state...

MnSCU plans for worst, taking preliminary budget precautions

November 15, 2010

Anticipating budget cuts for the fiscal year 2012, the Office of the Chancellor for the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities is already taking cautionary steps. By July 1, 2011, $4.2 million will be shaved from the budget,...

PRIDE hosts “Erasing Hate” Discussion

November 12, 2010

PRIDE, the student organization for the LGBT community, held its first event, “Erasing Hate” last month. The event, organized by Dean Cheryl Saunders and sponsored by the Matthew Shepard Foundation, was coordinated to both...

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