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Why was the Mall of America built in Minnesota?

The "fantasyland" proposal for the former Met Stadium site almost didn't materialize.

Colleges, animal shelters in Minnesota offer programs to address vet tech shortage

Leaders of both accredited and unaccredited programs hope to help bring more vet techs into the industry.

Children's unveils new inpatient mental health unit for kids

The 22-room unit is expected to serve over 1,000 children and adolescents a year.

Medal of Honor recipient honored anew on Veterans Day

Edison High School in Minneapolis unveiled a plaque honoring alum Richard Kraus, who was killed in World War II.

Minneapolis voters choose five new school board members

The board has several big tasks ahead, including picking a new superintendent.

As pickleball grows more popular, clinics report more injuries

The safety of the game played by many older athletes should be taken seriously, medical professionals say.

As high court weighs affirmative action, colleges pledge to uphold diversity efforts

Several private colleges in Minnesota have signed on to amicus briefs that urge the court to allow them to keep using race as one of many factors in evaluating potential students.

Robert 'Bob' Oliveira, who helped bring FDA-approved cochlear implant to market, dies at 79

He led an active, work-oriented lifestyle, but never failed to meet new friends and look on the bright side.

North High parents, teachers talk neighborhood safety in emotional meeting

More than 100 gathered to demand a commitment for a safer environment from elected officials and leaders at the Minneapolis school.

Keith Ellison, other Democrats hold get-out-the-vote event at University of Minnesota

Both parties are engaged in efforts on campus this fall to encourage students to vote.