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In the fall of 1981, 10 women gathered at Loretta's Tea Room in south Minneapolis to discuss the formation of a new antiwar organization, Women…
Pause starts Nov. 30, also makes hearings remote.
Public Defender asks Hennepin County chief judge to halt out-of-custody hearings until pandemic eases
Risks for out-of-custody cases in Hennepin County are too great, she said.
The legality of panhandling on a median is a bit complicated. "Whether it's legal or not depends on how you conduct yourself," says Timothy Richards of the Minneapolis City Attorney's Office.
The absentee ballot tracker is back up, but an ongoing outage involving the voter registration system could lead to longer lines at early voting sites. Another short outage was planned just after 3 p.m. Saturday to work on the problems.
Tot's grandparents say social worker, system and staff knew of troubles.
The operator of a financial services firm was sentenced to time served for violating U.S. sanctions on his country.
Carlton County payment may be the largest such settlement outside metro.
A federal court judge suggests the new jury box in Minneapolis looks a lot like a penalty box at a hockey game.
A love for the outdoors led to a career covering the major battles and controversies over Minnesota's environmental issues.