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One of the most important leaders in the history of the American Indian struggle for civil rights, he was 85.
Reeves, 64, was at the forefront of community activism.
He was an outspoken advocate on issues of peace, social justice and inclusion of women and gays in the ministry.
The library chief can ask for exemption, but new policy says if your staff interacts with the public, you can't live out-of-state.
A crowd erupted in cheers outside the Hennepin County Courthouse on Thursday as the two guilty verdicts were announced in former police officer Kimberly Potter's manslaughter trial for shooting Daunte Wright.
Those with a law enforcement background had a different take from community activists on the Potter trial
A jury of three women and three men took only an hour of deliberation to convict Lisa Hanson.
Lisa Hanson, who is representing herself in court, again found herself battling officials in the legal establishment, who found many of her arguments without merit or in violation of law or court procedure.
Minneapolis mental health responders will not go into situations where violence is possible until police consider it safe.
Landlords benefit from a court directive that is a violation of due process, housing litigators say.