Till's family joined families of those killed by law enforcement in Minn.
Called Summer Swarm, the programs are aimed at bringing kids closer to careers in STEM fields
Economy forces Habitat for Humanity to scale back projects
An inside joke in the 1850s had a lasting impact on central Minnesota's hub.
Mack Motzko, 20, died of injuries suffered in a car crash Saturday night in Orono that also killed another passenger. Police said that "alcohol and speed appear to be contributing factors."
He went Friday to precinct over "profiling" comment.
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If a playground seems a strange place to remember a murdered child, imagine how much worse it would be to forget.
Laura Kruse's body was found after she took a streetcar home from a party at her beauty school.
The victims were from California and all were among seven riding in a Ford Expedition.
Gov. Tony Evers on Monday called the Republican-controlled Legislature into a special session to increase funding for public schools and higher education on the same day the Assembly planned to vote on veto overrides.
Four people have died and four others have been hospitalized following a two-vehicle collision in south central Minnesota.
State health officials schedule first briefing in weeks to discuss pandemic trends, more infectious delta variant.
Minnesota officially adopted regulations championed by Gov. Tim Walz on Monday to encourage the switchover to electric vehicles.
It was a costly fight. The state's auto dealers threw themselves into a campaign against the regulation, and Senate Republicans dug in their heels and threatened to withhold state environmental funding until the 11th hour in their unsuccessful effort to force the state to ditch the rules.