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Roman Khan settled in Minnesota years ago after serving the U.S. military as an interpreter. Now he helps evacuees start over here, while trying to get his family out of Afghanistan.
Local organizers are encouraging donations to Helping Hand for Relief and Development, Islamic Relief USA and the Pakistan-based Edhi Foundation.
Ten years after the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program began, residents are mentally exhausted by uncertainty.
The Confess Project held a training session on Monday in Minneapolis, in hopes of expanding outreach to the Black community.
False sex trafficking charges ravaged the lives of two dozen people. But the St. Paul officer they sued for violating their constitutional rights is still on the force. An officer's participation in a federal task force has "become blanket immunity for anything they do," said the attorney of one.
The Minneapolis City Council could vote as soon as Aug. 4 on the nomination of Cedric Alexander as city's community safety commissioner.
Resident of neighboring apartment says she, children were put in danger by actions of Andrew Tekle Sundberg, who police later fatally shot.
More than 1,600 attended the event in Minneapolis.
Forty-five thousand fill the stadium to celebrate the Muslim holiday.
The dismissal highlights the challenges of winning cases against members of joint local-federal task forces.