Recent content from Jon Tevlin
It happened at the ColorWheel Gallery, a combination hair salon and gallery in south Minneapolis where local artists sell their wares and neighbors often gather for folk music.
Janee Harteau certainly doesn't own all the crises that have tarnished the police force the past few years, but political expediency made her departure inevitable.
We are international news, again, for all the wrong reasons.
Two weeks after a major profile in the Washington Post brought huge attention, Ayaz Virji is still working through his emotions.
Ray Dehn scored a victory over an incumbent mayor in Saturday's DFL convention, but that certainly doesn't make him a lock.
The run-up to celebrate all that's good in this country comes with plenty of reasons to fear that things we once celebrated are now targets.
David House brought his 8-year-old granddaughter, Lily, to Minnesota this month for a three-week stay. She got to visit the Mall of America and a…
The Minneapolis golf course, much of it under sea level and with fairways undulated like a spongy bog following the rain, is under threat.
A number of South Side small business owners find themselves emotionally and politically conflicted between their progressive values and the city's push for a mandatory minimum wage of $15 an hour.
In the end, it seemed like all parties could agree on something: Jeronimo Yanez should not be a cop.