Crowd gathers in Loring Park in Minneapolis to celebrate progress but also sees plenty still to address.
Ed Graff's tenure with the district, which included a controversial redesign and a disruptive teachers strike, ends Thursday.
Winnie Jourdain and Emily Peake are featured in a new anthology about urban Indians.
Proposed reforms include improved training, creating a new community safety liaison to help oversee police, expanding the city's mental health and response programs and giving more money to violence interrupters and outreach workers helping to fight rising gun crime.
A trio of environmental organizations struck a devastating blow to Minneapolis' 2040 comprehensive plan, leaving other sustainability advocates suspicious of their motives.
Civil suit alleges that police aimed at peaceful protesters' heads during 2020 unrest.
Child, 7, was taken to HCMC Saturday night.
Minneapolis man, 20, had been pinned beneath vehicle.
The officer who fatally shot Justine Ruszczyk Damond in 2017 behind her southwest Minneapolis home is now under court-ordered supervision for the next 19 months.
His sentence of five years and seven months calls for him to serve less than four years in prison.
Founder of the Field Regina Northrop Neighborhood Group in the 1960s, she was a force for positive change.
A guide to where to eat for breakfast, lunch and after hours, from new adventures to old favorites.
Democratic leaders say recent developments are alarming and must be matched by political action.
Minneapolis police said officers arrived at the chaotic scene around 11 p.m. Saturday.
A child was taken from a home in south Minneapolis to HCMC Saturday night after what authorities said was a possible drowning in a pool.…
There have been 44 homicides in the city this year, according to a Star Tribune database. At this time last year, there were 45.
No watering restrictions yet in Minneapolis or St. Paul, but some Minnesota cities clamp down on sprinklers amid dry conditions.
More than 30% of the LGBT community in Minnesota smoke. Organizations around the state are hoping to change that.
With credit for time served in jail, Terrance Bugg will spend slightly more than 2 1⁄2 years in prison and the balance on supervised release.
He will be sentenced as a juvenile, meaning no time in adult prison.