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Data show an overall decrease in Minneapolis crime, but also reveal recent upticks in rates for various violent crimes.
Precinct-level maps show in greater detail how Minnesota voted in this year's primaries.
In the governor's race, DFLer Tim Walz dominated the southern half of the state and Jeff Johnson of the GOP did well in exurban areas.
St. Paul and Minneapolis have lost tens of thousands of ash trees, and the urban canopy won't be restored for decades.
This year's big races are drawing relatively high numbers of contenders compared to other recent elections.
Minnesota ranks high on a 2018 ranking of states where young voters' participation could have the greatest significance, despite traditionally low youth turnout.
Do areas with more crime see more fatal police encounters? Not necessarily.
More than 160 people have died in forceful encounters with law enforcement in Minnesota since 2000.
Whether you favor perennial favorites or trendier names, see how popular they've been in 2017 -- and in all the years going back to 1910.
Some say stats don't tell full story of encounters.