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'We're flying through formula': Nationwide shortage hurts rural families on WIC

Constraints on federal assistance program that prevent recipients from using benefits to buy formula across state lines weigh on families as nationwide formula shortage drags on.

Peggy Bellecourt, a leader of the American Indian Movement, dies at 78

Bellecourt co-founded the movement in 1968 with a small group that included her husband, Clyde Bellecourt, who died earlier this year.

Brooklyn Park man guilty of murder in 2015 slaying of Minneapolis activist in her home

He was 14 at the time of the murder.

Mpls. teachers approve contract, classes will resume Tuesday

Teachers and support staff will return to work Monday while the district's 28,700 students will return to classes Tuesday.

Lazzaro appears in court with new legal team, 7 months after federal sex trafficking charges

Previous counsel was fired last month.

Person found dead in Brooklyn Park creek

Brooklyn Park police are investigating the death.

No decision on former Minneapolis officer's motion to dismiss charges in motorist's death

Brian Cummings faces charges in the death of motorist Leneal Frazier.

Frey proposes a permanent ban on use of no-knock warrants

The announcement comes nearly six weeks after a Minneapolis police officer fatally shot Amir Locke, 22, during such a search at a downtown apartment. Locke was not named on the warrant.

Minnesota 'Boogaloo Bois' member who pleaded guilty to weapons plot sentenced to 3 years

He is one of four in the loosely knit anti-government group to be prosecuted in Minnesota.

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey unveils police chief search committee

His office expects the search to be completed by summer 2022.