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Community leaders and policymakers hope the new detail will help them better serve subgroups.
Some Minnesotans are taking Ukrainian refugees to the fair this year for a taste of our state's traditions.
Fort Snelling immigration court sees 12-fold surge in Ecuadorian cases since 2018.
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar and others have introduced legislation.
Groups in the state are still parsing out the effects on Minnesota's law prohibiting discrimination in public accommodations
Muslim leader says they want to know more about circumstances surrounding the collision.
The horror of Derrick Thompson's crash that killed five in Minneapolis has rekindled outrage over those who kill with vehicles.
Depositions in a civil case show how Thompson's reckless driving left a wake of destruction long before the crash that killed five women in Minneapolis.
The question on many people's minds is whether the eventual consent decree will prompt meaningful change.
With more than 23,300 pending cases, immigrants often wait years for a decision.