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Converting momentum into tangible policies and spending often proved difficult in the nation's only divided Legislature, where lawmakers disagree on how best to tackle disparities and just the word "equity" can spark disputes.
Hmong farmers, who form the backbone of Twin Cities' farmers markets, suffer disproportionately from disturbances like droughts. Here's why — and what they're doing about it.
Union president thinks a vaccine mandate could impede recruiting and lead current deputies to quit or retire.
Devin Hogan called the Third Precinct arson a "revolutionary moment."
Suit says the fair lacks the legal authority to enforce such a ban.
Attorney general's investigation found the officer had good reason to believe he and others were endangered.
The restaurant group owed more than $230,000 in unpaid wages.
The alert for the southern half of the state expired Tuesday afternoon.
For Xcel, the average past-due amount in June was more than $500. The utility, along with others in the state, is trying to connect customers with assistance.
The shooting occurred near Aldrich Avenue and Burnsville Parkway around 6:35 p.m. Friday, according to police.