Recent content from MaryJo Webster
A Star Tribune analysis of test scores shows which schools statewide exceeded expectations.
See whether your school's math and reading scores are above what would be expected considering poverty levels.
Community leaders and policymakers hope the new detail will help them better serve subgroups.
Recent data from the American Community Survey show 9.6% of the Minnesota population living below the federal poverty threshold, a slight increase from 2021.
Snowbirds are not the primary culprits in Minnesota's population losses. For years, it's been college students.
The urban core swelled in the 2010s, but two new sets of population estimates indicate that growth in the Twin Cities is slowing down.
Before the addition of the new box in 2020, the U.S. Census Bureau had a history of altering data reported by same-sex married couples.
Four-year completion rate nears pre-pandemic high, plus three more takeaways and charts.
When the Twins play their home opener today, much of the ballpark buzz is expected to come from the new rules created to make baseball faster and more fun.
While not as dramatic as during the pandemic, more people are still moving out of the core counties.