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Chronic deficits dog Minneapolis, St. Paul schools

Districts say state, federal aid falling short, so voters will be asked to come through with more money.


Minneapolis parents, students protest school budget cuts

Prospect of cutting 300 to 400 jobs has raised alarm among teachers and parents, who pleaded with school board members.


Minneapolis teachers union ratifies new contract

The two-year agreement, which came after 10 months of talks, calls for a 0.5 percent pay increase.


Student sues Blake School over suspension for groping allegations

Accusations against student surfaced at a February school dance.


What to expect for Saturday's Minnesota March for Our Lives

St. Paul protest is one of 13 Minnesota marches against gun violence planned for Saturday.


Minn. students head off to D.C. march to make voices heard on guns

More than 100 students from several Minnesota schools will be in Washington to join a national protest calling for gun control.


When hired, Mohamed Noor was welcome addition to Minneapolis police

Noor, 31, was one of nine Somali officers in the department and the first to patrol the Fifth Precinct.


Minn. students join walkout demanding stricter gun laws

St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter arrived at Harding High to show his support chanting, "Books not bullets!" along with students.


What to expect for today's 10 a.m. #ENOUGH National School Walkout

A 17-minute walkout event commemorates one-month anniversary of Florida school shooting.


Obituary: Robbinsdale school nurse Rita LaBore 'made people feel valued'

Rita LaBore, a longtime school nurse at Robbinsdale Area Schools, had a soft spot for children.In her 23 years as a school nurse, the former…