The supporters vowed to fight on and made a plea for continued U.S. support.
The gates will be used only in emergency situations, a MnDOT spokeswoman said.
About 80 restaurants, hotels and other places of refuge were listed in Minnesota during America's Jim Crow era. Most are gone.
The list includes three headed to the Big Ten (one to the Gophers), eight aimed at Division I and one still deciding.
Alberder Gillespie again declined to comment, but several current and former officials praised her integrity.
Monday's council committee approval of 11 claims totaling $1.3 million follows skepticism from some council members of PTSD claims for cops with misconduct allegations.
Lauren Woelfel led Becker to the state championship one day and won a title of her own the next.
A public hearing is planned for March to discuss the idea, which could go to voters in November.
Suburban districts are settling contracts nearly equal in cost to the aid they received after 2023 session; legislative leaders say teacher pay has needed to grow.
Reducing juvenile crime in Minnesota will take more counselors, treatment options, panel tells lawmakers
The Legislative Working Group on Youth Interventions, made up of local leaders and law enforcement officials from across the state, recommends broad reforms to combat rising crime.
Edina toppled Minnetonka in Class 2A, the last result of a day when both top seeds were eliminated. Traditional power Warroad sunk Class 1A No. 1 Holy Angels.
The first phase of the $97 million aquatics and sports center is opening this spring, and with a June grand opening.
The city's new racial equity director has no plans to bring back the event, which remains subject to probes into former director Tyeastia Green's conduct.
The decision was made because of financial difficulties
Jan. 9 firing of Bob Cozzolino was the last straw for the union and the art community, but Mia said he was fired for cause.
A Roseville connection revived Breck, Lakeville South found its way back to state, plus team qualifiers and final state rankings.
After his conviction, Brian Mock continued to perpetuate doubt about the validity of Joe Biden's victory over Donald Trump.
The seeds held in the Class 1A quarterfinals. No. 1 Holy Angels, No. 2 Orono, No. 3 Dodge County and No. 4 Warroad advanced to the semifinals. Tap here for results, game updates and more.
Doubt is growing that the annual tradition of cold-weather indoor ball in downtown Minneapolis will return in full — and that will hurt the Gophers and other college teams.
Thefts of the vulnerable vehicles nearly doubled in Minneapolis in 2023, while they fell somewhat in St. Paul.