• GOP attacks Minnesota governor in $250M food fraud case

    Republicans attacked Democratic Gov. Tim Walz on Monday after a judge took the rare step of disputing the administration’s claim that the judge prevented it from cutting off payments to Feeding Our Future, which is the target of a $250 million federal fraud case. The GOP candidates for governor, attorney general and state auditor — Scott Jensen, […]

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  • New climate plan of Minnesota changes farming style of the farmers

    If you are a farmer and you would love to purchase a machine that plants cover crop seeds directly into a field where another crop like soybeans is already growing. But you may not afford the $80,000 price tag. So you should be happy because the state legislature recently approved a cost-share program to help […]

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  • The share of renewables in Spain’s total power production is rapidly increasing

    Solar energy and the total share of renewables in Spain are set to rapidly surge in the next eight years, demonstrating the effectiveness of national leadership combined with cooperative business models. Thanks to the renewable energy policy of the Spanish government, the country is making headway towards its target of producing 74% of its electricity […]

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  • BCA: ‘Swatting’ calls impact 14 Minnesota schools

    Law enforcement agencies across the state responded to more than a dozen unfounded reports of school shooters, prompting some buildings to go on lockdown Wednesday. Schools and law enforcement agencies across Minnesota were the targets of a large “swatting” campaign Wednesday, where multiple false calls were made about active shooters. In Rochester, police confirmed a […]

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  • The underground remains of the Hippodrome of  Constantinople will be unearthed

    Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality of Turkey presented a project to unearth the Ancient Roman Hippodrome under Sultanahmet Square to the Turkish Conservation Regional Board. Istanbul Municipality announced the project on Twitter with a video. Mahir Polat, Deputy Secretary General of Istanbul Municipality, said, “The “Spina” wall of the hippodrome is still standing, but we could not […]

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  • University of Minnesota students frustrated with what’s being served up at the campus dining halls

    Complaints on campus are happening only three weeks into the new school year at the University of Minnesota.  Parents, with students graduating in 2026, are sharing photos taken by their kids from inside the resident dining halls, within a private Facebook group. The pictures show what’s being offered for meals, and sometimes the lack of […]

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