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Amid deadly virus, Minnesota advocates renew push for senior care protections

Troubled south Mpls. block calls for help from police, City Hall

Gabriel, last name withheld, lives in the neighborhood and keeps an eye on the street as others set up barriers in anticipation of drug dealers showin

Neighbors say this block of S. 18th Avenue near Lake Street has become even less of a priority for the city after the unrest that followed when George Floyd was killed in police custody. They say it's one reason the area stands out as the city's most notorious open-air drug market.

Some Shipt workers plan to walk out because of changed payment model

Shipt is testing a new way of paying its grocery delivery workers in select markets. Some workers are organizing a "walk off" on Wednesday, July 14, i

Service says it will pay workers for "effort" on grocery deliveries; some plan to walk off the job in protest.

'I'm shaking': Black driver in Bloomington pulled over by police, gun drawn — but it was a mistake

Police led Darrius Strong back to his car after a traffic stop Friday afternoon.

Black driver had visions of Floyd's death; Richfield video shows cordial stop.

Mendota Bridge reopens after deputies kill man who led them on pursuit with hostage

Law enforcement had both directions of the Mendota Bridge closed Monday morning.

Suspect held female victim at gunpoint during unsuccessful negotiations, Carver County sheriff says.



Community members, organized by local artist and muralist Melodee Strong and Kmart, came out to paint the outside of the Kmart on Nicollet Saturday mo

Vacant Lake Street Kmart could become temporary post office

St. Paul man faces charges in melee where 100 shots fired
'18 Infamous Golf Holes' painter Bud Chapman dies at 97
Vets make special session push to expand veterans courts statewide

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(From left) Twins manager Rocco Baldelli and coach Tony Diaz watched as assistant athletic trainer Matt Biancuzzo steadied the ankle of center fielder

Twins' Buxton carted off field after injuring foot

Evason gets two-year deal to coach Wild, interim label dropped
Washington's NFL team drops 'Redskins' name after 87 years
Scoggins: Wild owner Leipold finally has his man Kaprizov

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Shipt is testing a new way of paying its grocery delivery workers in select markets. Some workers are organizing a "walk off" on Wednesday, July 14, i

Some Shipt workers plan to walk out because of changed payment model

Minneapolis business groups buy into police reform but not dismantlement
Twin Cities hotel workers and owners uncomfortable with uncertain future
Oil firms hurtle toward bankruptcy

Roger Stone leaves federal court in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 12, 2019.

Trump's shameful Stone clemency

Neel Kashkari, Alan Page: Our push for an education amendment has only gotten more relevant
Editorial cartoon: Bill Bramhall on cancel culture
Readers Write: Mail-in voting, Roger Stone, Ilhan Omar and Antone Melton-Meaux, mask mandate



Jack Kolb-Williams pulled down tape leftover from the renovation of the basement space that will become an all-ages music venue run by Catalyst Music,

The heart of St. Paul's East Side, Payne Avenue is being reborn as an arts district

Farm with custom home in the heart of Maple Grove hits market for $2M
Meet the shop dogs of Minneapolis, from Monty the miniature schnauzer to Ruby, the chocolate Lab
In the 'Land of 10,000 Choirs' coronavirus concerns have Minnesotans singing the blues

Scoggins: Wild owner Leipold finally has his man Kaprizov

It has been five years since the Wild drafted the young Russian star.

Souhan: Edmonton Wild could be what's cool this summer

This might seem like a strange time for optimism about the Wild as the NHL season heads toward a restart. But there are reasins to feel good about the team.

Hartman: Meyer likely to go straight from Gophers to majors

The Woodbury native has a chance to do something that very few players in the history of baseball have accomplished: Skip the minor leagues




In this July 21, 2016, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump smiles as he addresses delegates during the final day session of the Republican

GOP gets nervous about holding its convention in Florida

Face masks remain divisive as Walz considers state mandate
Suburban women a challenge for Trump in Minnesota
Amid deadly virus, Minnesota advocates renew push for senior care protections

Protesters chant as they march near City Hall, Monday, July 13, 2020, following a news conference held by Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, Police Chief Car

Seattle mayor, City Council at odds over 50% police cut

Fire ravages ship for 2nd day; sends acrid haze over city
North Dakota urges court to halt Dakota Access line shutdown
Florida reports largest single-day increase in COVID cases

A statue of Donald Duck is pictured outside the entrance to Hong Kong Disneyland in Hong Kong on Jan. 26, 2020, after the park announced it was shutti

Hong Kong Disney park closes again after new restrictions

In reversal, UK says it will make masks mandatory in shops
Brazil sacks official after soaring June deforestation data
New Zealand opposition leader quits 2 months from election

Ryan Youngdale stands in front of the beer fridge at Stinson Wine, Beer, and Spirits. ] COURTNEY PEDROZA ¥ courtney.pedroza@startribune.com July 2, 2

Why is Minnesota the last state with 3.2 beer?

Is it true that Minneapolis has a park every six blocks?
Where did the terms 'outstate' and 'Greater Minnesota' originate?
Why do tiny cities like Lauderdale, Landfall and Falcon Heights exist?

The city of Duluth may consider selling two Tiffany stained-glass windows, which are displayed downtown in the St. Louis County Depot, to help patch a

Duluth considers selling Tiffany windows to address $25M budget gap

DFL tells Duluth senator to 'cease and desist' campaigning that implies endorsement
Construction on Duluth Costco likely to start this fall
Some North Shore visitors trashing trails, campsites

Naya Rivera, posed at a screening of "Glee" at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in Los Angeles on May 1, 2012. She was found dead Monday in

Naya Rivera, who rose to fame on TV show 'Glee,' dies at 33

4 charged in Los Angeles death of rising rapper Pop Smoke
Kelly Preston, actor and wife of John Travolta, dies at 57
In libel case, Depp says Heard hit him with 'haymaker' punch

A cleaning worker at the Jennie-O plant, Mejia fell ill and then found that her whole family had been infected with COVID-19: “We all got sick.”

Meatpacking is nearly normal, but workers left to cope with COVID-19's toll

Cargill mapping project in Brazil meant to help control deforestation
Meat shortages reopen a path to smaller slaughterhouses
Meatpacking plants nearly back at capacity, but COVID fallout continues on farms

Minnesota's Young Champions on a mission to change perceptions about Alzheimer's disease

Minnesota's Young Champions on a mission to change perceptions about Alzheimer's disease

'Big Brother' relationship grew into organization that touches needy families in Twin Cities
Blue Cross gender services consultant brings years of work in transgender community to new role
Here's your chance to thank front-line delivery people and Minnesota makers