Minnesotans are out and about this summer after COVID-19 lockdowns have eased, but daily life remains altered in some ways.
Police reports spiked, then dipped surrounding the unrest triggered by George Floyd's death.
After a decade of falling, the share of Minneapolis police incidents involving some form of force has increased in the past three years.
We asked parents to fill out a survey about how K-12 online learning is going as a result of the pandemic. Comments ranged from intense enthusiasm and gratitude for what teachers have done to immense frustration.
How can scientists looking at the same data come up with such different estimates? And who's right?
As of Monday, 143 Minnesotans had died from COVID-19, with more than half of those fatalities occurring since April 14. The virus has now claimed more lives in the U.S. than anywhere in the world.
Labs across the U.S. have processed more than 2.8 million tests for coronavirus. Minnesota has one of the lowest positive test rates in the country.
New population estimates data from the U.S. Census Bureau shed light on what's driving the state's population growth, and where it's occurring.
Explore a detailed map of each precinct's result showing where Joe Biden bested his rivals across Minnesota.
Some have wondered whether Klobuchar peeled votes away from Buttigieg and benefited Sanders, whose win was slimmer than in 2016.
After months of campaigning and visiting all 99 Iowa counties, Klobuchar was mostly washed out except for some suburban and sparsely-populated areas.
Recent state death records show a downturn in Minnesota veteran suicide rate – though 100 or more former service members still die by suicide annually throughout the state.
The Star Tribune collected the names and stories of everyone who died after a physical confrontation with law enforcement in Minnesota since January 2000, and continues to update this database as new incidents occur.
Should we get used to 2 million? Or was the 2019 Great Minnesota Get-Together a particularly good year? Three observations show how we got there this time.
Minnesota's labor force growth is projected to slow the next decade, adding to those outside the workforce.
Babies named Thea and Rhett are trending up in Minnesota, but how popular have they been over the last century?
Hundreds of Minnesota schools and child care centers face an increased risk of measles outbreaks because not enough of their students have been vaccinated.
Yes, Minnesotans, February was as snowy as you thought. In fact, when it comes to snowfall last month, we had more in common with Jackson, Wyo. than we did with our typical winter brethren in Chicago and Milwaukee.
Data show an overall decrease in Minneapolis crime, but also reveal recent upticks in rates for various violent crimes.
Minnesota ranks high on a 2018 ranking of states where young voters' participation could have the greatest significance, despite traditionally low youth turnout.