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Minnesota boasted the highest self-response rate in the nation.
Fletcher Cornely Sr. brought a positive attitude to everything he did in life, whether he was driving a local bus or leading a funeral procession.…
Minneapolis and St. Paul treat about 100 million gallons of river water per day.
Administration's halt to enforcement of it years ago blunted any impact.
A clear majority of likely Minnesota voters plan to cast their ballots in person on Election Day, even as half say the state has adequate protections against mail-in voting fraud, a new Star Tribune/MPR News/KARE 11 Minnesota poll found.
Hungry for trivia action? For this round of Fact Frenzy, we've got six questions about classic Minnesota cuisine to test your local food IQ.
Near deadline, Minnesota's top census ranking falls to 11th
Nearly six months into the pandemic, downtown remains largely empty, with at least 85% of the area's workforce still at home.
City residents overwhelmingly support redirecting some police funding to social service programs, but fewer than half of support reducing the size of the police department, a new Star Tribune/MPR News/KARE 11 poll found.
Minneapolis residents view Mayor Jacob Frey more favorably than the City Council, but a larger share trust the council to make decisions about the police department, according to a Star Tribune/MPR News/KARE 11 Minnesota Poll.