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As Twin Cities suburbs look for ways to foster trust between law enforcement officers and communities of color in the wake of George Floyd's death, some are looking to a long-standing model that began years ago in the north metro.
Despite orders to limit crowds, the stands remained full or nearly full for the three days of the 65th annual North Star Stampede Rodeo in…
Minnesota teachers are concerned about continuing distance learning this fall but also worry about the safety of returning to in-person classes, according to a statewide survey by the University of Minnesota. Their concerns about distance learning include engaging students, meeting the needs of special education students and ensuring student access to technology.
One historian says the former Hennepin County sheriff once belonged to the Ku Klux Klan.
A property owned by the Washington County Community Development Agency is an overgrown breeding ground, the couple say.
A woman was shot and killed Saturday night in a car with a 3-year-old child in it, police said.The woman's death is being investigated as…
A Minneapolis man charged with fatally shooting a woman who was pregnant with their child has been arrested in Chicago, authorities said.Zachary V. Robinson, 27,…
The installation by student and professional artists will be on display at 50th and France.
They will be mandatory in city buildings; mayor hopes for state order instead of "patchwork" of city rules.
In a video released Sunday, Sen. Scott Jensen, R-Chaska, said the state Medical Practice Board is focused on two allegations: spreading misinformation about the death toll and providing "reckless advice" by comparing COVID-19 with the flu.