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Three years on, Minneapolis remembers George Floyd

Visitors still come to 38th and Chicago in Minneapolis to learn about the movement for racial justice. A series of gatherings on Thursday marked three years since Floyd was murdered in the custody of Minneapolis police officers.

Where to remember George Floyd on 3rd anniversary of his death in Minneapolis

Events begin Thursday and run through Saturday.

St. Paul farmers teach children how their food is grown

Exposing young children to vegetables and fruits means they are much more likely to eat them into adulthood, health advocates say.

Want to celebrate Cinco de Mayo? Check out these local events

Find events this weekend and next.

Minnesotans testify about racial injustice to global audience

Representatives from the United Nations traveled to Minneapolis to hear more than a dozen speakers share their stories about juvenile incarceration and police brutality.

Minn. school segregation lawsuit to get another day in court: 5 things to know about the case

The Minnesota Supreme Court will consider a portion of the case known as Cruz-Guzman this week.

Waters receding in much of state, while Mississippi River continues to rise in St. Paul, downstream

Officials welcomed a forecast of dry weather for the next few days.

Three juveniles killed in two separate ATV crashes Saturday in Minnesota

Both accidents are under investigation.

Want to go undercover to test housing discrimination? Legal Aid is seeking Minnesota volunteers

Testers look for different treatment during the rental application process.

Doctor's quick thinking helps save some vision for man who woke up blind in one eye

A thankful Loretto man urged people to seek emergency care for sudden blindness.