Recent content from MaryJo Webster
Track the popularity of any first name in Minnesota over the past century.
The Minneapolis neighborhood has the city's third highest growth rate in new coronavirus cases, which tracks with the large number of young adults who live there and were more likely to socialize and dine out.
Costs associated with the summer unrest doubled the Minneapolis Police Department's allotted overtime budget for 2020.
The surge in violent crime this summer included more prosperous neighborhoods that typically experience few such incidents while continuing to exact the heaviest toll in the city's poor areas, according to a Star Tribune analysis of police statistics.
The state's Safe Learning Plan relies on many variables.
Black and Hispanic Minnesotans are far more likely to be infected than white Minnesotans, state data show.
State concerned about online charter schools' math scores.
In just seven weeks, the additional fatalities have cut into generations and communities, especially the elderly and people of color.
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.
A Star Tribune survey of parents shows that the more frequent the live video sessions between staff and students, the greater their satisfaction with their children's learning.