Angie Soderberg Anderson

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Odd Minnesota 4OT Game Ends on Buzzer-Beater

Amir Coffey's halfcourt heave ended an absurdly long battle for the Minnesota state semifinal that seemed like it was never going to end. With the final seconds ticking down, Coffey's buzzer-beater vaulted Hopkins High School (Minnetonka) to the Minnesota AAAA finals over Shakopee High, 49-46.<p>The …

High School Basketball

Breakfast Sausage

These are the BEST!!! <br>I made up a batch to use in a Pumpkin Soup I made the other day, you use the sausage in the soup, the smell just from all the …

Nuts For Longevity: Daily Handful Is Linked To Longer Life

Americans have not always been in love with nuts.<p>Think about it: They're loaded with calories and fat. Plus, they can be expensive.<p>But Americans' views — and eating habits — when it comes to nuts are changing. Fast.<p>There's a growing body of scientific evidence that's putting a health halo over …

J.M. Cremps: Local Business Where Boys Can Be Boys

<b>MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO)</b> — All this week at WCCO-TV, we’re highlighting small businesses here in Minnesota.<p>For Tuesday, we’re highlighting a new store at …

At Least Six High School Football Players Have Died From Head And Neck Injuries In 2013

It's been a terrible fall for youth football.<p>We all know that football, from the pros on down, has a brain-injury problem. But the number of teenagers who have died playing youth football in 2013 is still shocking.<p>On Monday afternoon, 17-year-old Charles Youvella of Hopi High School in Arizona died …

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Power Up! 3 Paleo Breakfasts That Will Give You TONS Of Energy

Photographed By Tommy Kearns.<p>Like many busy people, I've always had a complicated relationship with breakfast. For years, more often than not, …

7 Terrifying Facts About Halloween Candy

You're not likely to chomp down any razor blades, but that doesn't mean trick-or-treating won't kill you.

End corporate welfare for McDonald's. Better yet, raise the minimum wage

You've got to feel for McDonald's. Every time the misunderstood corporation tries to offer its' low-wage employees a hand, it backfires. First the fast food giant was ridiculed this past summer for dispensing helpful budgetary advice to its struggling workers (in a nutshell: get another job). Now …

Vaccine deniers: inside the dumb, dangerous new fad

In San Francisco’s upscale Pacific Heights neighborhood, some 200 students from kindergarten to the eighth grade attend classes at the private San Francisco Waldorf School. On any given afternoon outside of the cheerful, modern white building, parents congregate to wait for their kids. Chit-chat …

Study: Sleep 'Cleans' Your Brain

World Bank Whistleblower Reveals How the Global Elite Rules the World | Global Research - Centre for Research on Globalization

This article was first published on September 30, 2013.<p><i>Karen Hudes is a graduate of Yale Law School and she worked in the legal department of the</i> …

5 depressing ways the 1 percent is strangling the US economy

<b>((Wikimedia))</b><p>Once the backbone of our society, the middle class has been broken — and we have the country’s richest to thank<p>Paul Bucheit<p>October 8, 2013 12:00pm (UTC)<p>This article originally appeared on Alternet.<p>The middle class, once the backbone of a strong American society, has been broken, beaten …

Maybe U.S. public schools don't stink

The drumbeat is hard to miss: Our schools are failing. Public education is in crisis. Our students are falling further and further behind.<p>The rhetoric comes from the left and right, from educators and politicians and lobbyists and CEOs and even Education Secretary Arne Duncan. The deep dysfunction …

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10 Crazy Good Crock-Pot Pasta Recipes for Fast & Fabulous Dinners

<i>Written by Julie Ryan Evans on CafeMom's blog, The Stir.</i><p>Is it me, or is Spring time the busiest time of year? I know the winter holidays usually take that honor, but I think Spring may be even more hectic with the end of the school year, planning for summer, and all of the spring activities. For me …

How farmers are ripping off American taxpayers

<b>Severely eroded farmland during the Dust Bowl, circa 1930's (U.S. Department of Agriculture)</b><p>Federal crop insurance sure has changed since the Dust Bowl<p>Lindsay Abrams<p>September 9, 2013 8:42pm (UTC)<p>Federal crop insurance was a really good idea during the 1930s Dust Bowl, when many farmers' livelihoods …

Brain-training video games may help reverse cognitive decline in old age

Playing brain-training video gamesmay help reverse the natural decline in cognitive abilitiesamong older people, according to scientists.<p>They found that 60-year-olds who played a custom-designed video game for 12 hours over the course of a month improved their multitasking abilities to levels …

UCSF study shows gaming makes you cognitively younger (video)

A slew of negatives plague video games -- Peter Pan Syndrome, hyper-violence, camping -- but their youthfulness could do just what Nintendo's <i>Brain Age</i> promised: improve elderly brain function. Over four years, researchers at the University of California, San Francisco had a group play a custom game …

Why the Size of Your City's Middle Class Matters Even if You're Not In It

Gut bacteria 'may be obesity weapon'

<b>Bacteria living in our guts seem to be affecting our waistlines and harnessing them could lead to new ways of shedding the pounds, US research suggests.</b><p>The human body is teeming with thousands of species of microbes that affect health.<p>A study showed that transplanting gut bacteria from obese people …

The Exhaustive Guide To Breaking Exhausting Sleep Cycles

If you’re stressed out, can’t sleep, and find that you’re constantly tired at work, it’s time to refresh your sleep cycle. Here are the latest tips for putting your workaday worries to rest and getting a good night’s Zzzz’s.<p>According to The Better Sleep Council, 65% of Americans are losing sleep …

Mayo Clinic

12 recipes to beat the heat wave

It's the time of year for salads and smoothies. Stir It Up! has simple ideas to beat the dog days of summer cooking.

How To Make Dill Pickles — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

Cool and crunchy, delightfully sour and capable of going from snack to sandwich without a hitch — that's what I call a good pickle. Did you know …

Treasury Monthly Statement Shows the U.S. Deficit Is Melting Away

Still complaining about the deficit? The latest monthly statement from the U.S. Treasury shows that even without destroying the social safety net or …

65 Cozy Designer Family Rooms

Lazy days are welcome here.<p>Prop up your feet — these comfy dens are tailor-made for relaxing. Up your living room's game too with even more designer decorating ideas.

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6 Simple Rituals To Reach Your Potential Every Day

Becoming and staying productive isn’t about hard-to-follow programs or logging your every move in an app. It’s about self-care. Here are daily to-dos to get you started.<p>It’s Tuesday morning at 8 a.m. Two San Francisco entrepreneurs are pitching their ventures to potential investors today. They’d …

Time Management

Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Why Golf Is Such a Mental Game

Golf is a mind game. So much of what happens between the tee and the pin depends upon what’s going on between the ears. Although not as physically demanding as some, golf is definitely one of the most challenging sports ever conceived.<p>Regardless of a player’s proficiency, the conditions of the …