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Minneapolis announces plans to transfer land to Red Lake Nation

Tribal leaders will build an addiction treatment facility on two parcels north of Lake Street, which have been vacant for more than a decade.

How to vote in the 2023 Minneapolis and St. Paul municipal elections

Early voting in both cities begins Friday, Sept. 22.

Why is it that Minnesotans will 'give you directions to anywhere but their home'?

Some say the state's Minnesota Nice reputation is offset by a reluctance to form deep relationships with newcomers.

Citizenship and corndogs: New Americans take oath at Minnesota State Fair

Naturalization ceremonies held at the fair this week are the first in nearly 30 years.

Do you have a racial covenant on your home? Here's how to get it removed.

Covenants led to residential segregation or otherwise dissuaded people of color from accessing certain neighborhoods.

Stearns County rejects proposal to waive fees for removing racial covenants

Several counties and cities across the state have supported such efforts.

On a budget? Here are 7 free things to do at the Minnesota State Fair

Getting through the gates can be pricey, but the rest of your day doesn't have to be.

Dude, where's my car? Reddit sleuths track missing Honda in downtown Minneapolis

A relative forgot which parking ramp she had left it in, so the owner turned to the internet for help.

Francisco 'Kico' Rangel, 'icon' of Minnesota's Latino community, dies at 87

St. Paul jazz musician Francisco "Kico" Rangel was talented, kind and always on time for a gig — which made him a favorite to have…

'What's life like in Minnesota?' Out-of-staters ponder move due to online buzz

In some circles, at least, Minnesota is having a moment. It's music to the ears of marketers who are launching an $11 million division to lure new residents and businesses.