Recent content from Jennifer Brooks
Even with the setback of an offensive display, the city has come far since Jamar Clark's death and the vigil held outside the Fourth Precinct station.
For small businesses, small setbacks — like the headaches from an ongoing, yearslong highway construction — can create huge problems.
Brooks: A story of two Christmas trees, law enforcement agencies and the places in their communities
While Wisconsin law enforcement uses a Christmas tree to bring a community together, a Minneapolis precinct does the opposite.
Congress banned head covering during its 20th session, in 1837. More than 180 years later, that might come to an end.
“Mami! Mami!” the little girl calls out when her mother returns home with bags of fresh fruit and vegetables, milk and yogurt. “You filled up…
Hennepin County's $1.4 million HealthWorks program aims to save taxpayers money in the long run by easing stress, illness and burnout.
About 118,500 Minnesotans served in World War I and 3,607 of them died, and this year, like every year, Minnesota remembers.
Our government is divided and our electorate is divided and the 2018 attack ads and robocalls are still ringing in our ears. Good people…
Every ballots is a little miracle, an act of faith and hope, a show of strength and duty by citizens.
It could break your heart, if it hasn't already. This random, repetitive cruelty.