Fight to make Mpls. streets safer revolves around Lyndale

Delineator sticks have been installed at the intersection of 27th and S. Lyndale Avenue in Minneapolis' Uptown area, but safety advocates say measures

Demonstrators have clamored for safety improvements on Lyndale, protesting with signs that say "Safe Streets For All" and "#FixLyndale." Members of a new campaign called Safe Streets Save Lives say they plan to protest each month until more changes are made to the street.

Trump defends Modi, refuses to weigh in on citizenship law

President Donald Trump speaks with business leaders at a roundtable event at Roosevelt House, Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020, in New Delhi, India.

Defending the host who has showered him with pomp and pageantry, President Donald Trump refused Monday to speak out publicly against a controversial new Indian citizenship law pushed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi that has sparked deadly protests over discrimination against Muslims.

Overnight house fire in Andover kills 1, sends 2 to hospital

Andover and Centennial firefighters investigated the scene of a house fire in Andover.

Authorities haven't disclosed how the fire started, but sheriff's Lt. Andy Knotz said, "At this time, there's no reason to believe it's suspicious."

Freeman defends Klobuchar's handling of 2003 Burrell case

Myon Burrell, convicted in the murder of Tyesha Edwards, an 11-year-old girl pierced in the heart by a stray bullet in 2002 while doing homework at he

Hennepin County attorney says senator not responsible for Burrell murder conviction.

U opens investigation into former assistant men's hockey coach

Story published in the Athletic prompts outreach to former players.

This rendering provided by Alatus shows the proposed $60 million City Hall and mixed-use residential and retail complex on Central and 40th avenues NE

Columbia Heights to build new City Hall under same roof as apartments, cafe

Closing of tiny elementary school in Carver County postponed
Panel offers proposals to reduce deadly police encounters
Overnight house fire in Andover kills 1, sends 2 to hospital

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Zach Parise is still with the Wild, but by considering trade possibilities for Parise, General Manager Bill Guerin made it clear that no player is unt

Scoggins: Big changes are coming even if Wild didn't deal at trade deadline

Vikings' NFL combine challenges much deeper than looking at talent
Depleted Timberwolves exploited by rejuvenated Mavericks
Littell tries something new to cruise into Twins bullpen spot

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Specialist Mark Fitzgerald worked on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Monday.

Asian shares extend losses after Dow drops more than 1,000

Nearly all Minnesota companies caught in stock market sell-off
General Mills' venture arm invests in company that delivers fresh-cooked meals for dogs
No checkout needed: Amazon opens cashier-less grocery store

Workers spray disinfectant as a precaution against the coronavirus at a market in South Korea.

Is the cononavirus outbreak a pandemic yet?

End child marriage in Minnesota
Homelessness: Our capacity to serve is stretched to its limits
Readers Write: Electric vehicles, sustainable farming, Bloomberg's nondisclosure agreements

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Architect Garth Rockcastle was tapped to design this conversion of an old downtown warehouse into loft-style condos in 1998.

'One-of-a-kind' loft, for sale for first time, helped kick off North Loop's revitalization

Oscar winner Mark Rylance will bring massive 'Steel' to Guthrie
Minneapolis' Armory announces throwback concerts, including Kraftwerk, Judas Priest
Millennial men embrace gender equality, but not vacuuming

Scoggins: Big changes are coming even if Wild didn't deal at trade deadline

Wild general manager Bill Guerin was unable to swing any deals before the NHL trade deadline, but he's already made his intentions clear through his actions. Time to tear it down.

Souhan: Lynx lag at rebuilding in WNBA's most dramatic offseason

The Lynx may never be quite the same, unless they can navigate the WNBA's new promising-yet-perilous landscape.

The IT refugee from St. Paul has become a board-game industry luminary

A roll of the dice pays off big for a St. Paul board game creator.

More than half of registered voters in Minnesota approve of the job Democratic Gov. Tim Walz is doing after his first full year in office, a new poll

Minnesota Poll finds Gov. Tim Walz's job approval at 56%

'I walk with an expiration date': This DACA 'Dreamer' is working for Amy Klobuchar
'Why would I get out?': Democrats brush off calls to quit
Minnesota Poll: Voters split on Trump heading into election

From Left, Geraldine Dubourt, Francis Hart, Marie Ogitchida, Mikayla Maxwell and Michelle Dauphinais Echols stand on the steps of the South Dakota Cap

S. Dakota kills bill from survivors of Catholic school abuse

Ex-coach gets 6 months in college scam, runs from courthouse
Girl, 11, brings AR-15 to Idaho hearing on gun legislation
Grand Teton goat shoot suspended after stern governor letter

FILE - In this March 25, 2008 file photo, Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak looks attends a wreath laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier ou

Mubarak, Egypt's autocrat ousted by protests, dies at 91

Trump defends Modi, refuses to weigh in on citizenship law
Desperate to stop virus' spread, countries limit travel
'Deportation with a layover:' US sends migrants to Guatemala

A male bison was born on April 30th at the Minnesota Zoo. The calf is part of a herd in an exhibit along the zoo’s Northern Trail and is also part o

When did wild bison disappear from Minnesota?

Does Minnesota really have the worst winters in the country?
What does Ski-U-Mah mean and how do you pronounce it?
Why is Minnesota's Democratic Party called the DFL?

FILE-Two people contemplated one of the boundary change proposals posted on the wall at East High School last month at a meeting of school officials w

No boundary changes for Duluth schools until 2021 at the earliest

New bar opens in West Duluth, with promises of 'something a little bit different'
Duluth city attorney placed on administrative leave
Wisconsin man sentenced to life in prison for murdering uncle in Carlton County

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US opera union probe finds Plácido Domingo abused power

Actor Jussie Smollett pleads not guilty to restored charges
'A new day': Harvey Weinstein convicted, led away in cuffs
Ex-coach gets 6 months in college scam, runs from courthouse

Next Generation: Gabe Daley, 24, carried a new calf from the maternity barn to other quarters on Daley Farms of Lewiston. Daley and his cousins are th

Battle over 160-year-old Minnesota dairy hinges on whether big is bad

Dredging down the Mississippi may lift crop prices in Minn.
Hemp rules give Minnesota farmers little room for error with law enforcement
U.S. farm income will drop by 9% in 2020, USDA forecasts

Paul Gutterman, a tax professor at the University of Minnesota and an avid bridge player, offered honors students guidance on their finished bridge ga

Bridge-playing U honors students find fun is in the cards

Bethel graduate gives 100% of his nonprofit's donations to projects around the world
Veteran Mpls. educators start organization to help everyone screen less, live more
'The Cave' went to the Oscars, sending hope to Syria