Recent content from Jennifer Brooks
For 45 years, Andy Martin devoted his life to improving the lives of children in the Twin Cities.
The immigrants tricked into traveling to Martha's Vineyard echo the cruel "Reverse Freedom Ride" hoax of 1962 that lured Black families from the segregated South to Minnesota with false promises of jobs, housing and Christmas dinner with Hubert Humphrey
A reminder that there are more things that bring Americans together than tear them apart
Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid surveyed school lunchroom policies now that the state has banned lunch shaming for students who owe money for their meals.
An Arizona couple joined a long list of couples whose marriages got their start at summer's end.
On the happy, sunny, crowded State Fairgrounds, Minnesotans remember what they like about this place
Racists have been stuffing hate mail into baggies weighted down with corn and hurling them at houses across the metro, like the world's worst game of cornhole.
After 28 years and 8,000 marriages, the megamall's wedding chapel is closing its doors.
Fans have donated to save a St. Paul diner and an independent Minneapolis bookstore.
At the Junior Bronze tournament, generations reflect on the historic public golf course's history, and its uncertain future.