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Navratil worked in Pennsylvania, where she covered state government and crime – and sometimes both at once. She was part of teams that won the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News in 2019 and 2021.

Antonina Anikina, ski coach in United States and Russia, dies at 89

While her roster included elite athletes, Anikina also spoke fondly of the Nordic skiing novices she referred to as 'snow roses.'

Student loan payments resume in October. Here's how Minnesotans can prepare.

More than 800,000 Minnesotans have federal student loan debt worth a combined $27 billion.

Walz names members of task force on future of U of M health system

The group faces a January deadline for providing recommendations about U programs, including its medical school.

Data breach affects applicants, students and employees at U of M between 1989 and 2021

The data obtained included dates of birth, Social Security numbers and passport information, according to a news release from the University of Minnesota.

Judge dismisses part of lawsuit by ex-Hamline instructor who showed Prophet Muhammad images

The portion of Erika López Prater's case alleging religious discrimination will be allowed to proceed.

Minnesota professors begin new year amid academic freedom debate: 'Treading on eggshells'

Hamline University, which was at the center of a controversy last fall, is hosting a forum on the topic this week.

University of Minnesota will pay more than $200,000 to search for new president

Costs reported so far are comparable to the ones from past searches.

Twin Cities and Duluth tie heat records set a century ago

Some of the state's largest public schools sent out tips for battling heat as students prepare to return to classrooms Tuesday.

Overcoming pandemic setbacks: How Minnesota colleges are helping freshmen thrive

New orientation programs are geared toward helping students recover from pandemic learning losses.

Carleton College ends legacy admissions after affirmative action ruling

After the U.S. Supreme Court limited the consideration of race in admissions, some people pushed schools to also stop considering an applicant's ties to alumni or donors.