Migrant children separated from parents start to arrive in state

The first in an expected surge of unaccompanied minors, forcibly removed from their parents, are making their way to distant relatives in Minnesota and surrounding states.

Twin Cities apartment boom takes off in suburbia

Ian Anderson helped mix the pancake batter with his mom, Mali, while they made breakfast for dinner.

Adoption numbers plummet in Minnesota and nationwide


Big Medicare shift coming to Minnesota

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and Police Chief Medaria Arradondo urged patience as the BCA takes up the investigation of Thurman Blevins's fatal shooting.

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At a late-night news conference at City Hall, Police Chief Medaria Arradondo stressed that the investigation, led by the BCA, will be "absolutely transparent."
“I hate to bring this up, but we came this close to winning the state of Minnesota,” President Trump said to thousands of cheering supporters at a

At Trump rally in Duluth: Red, white and boos

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Cornerback and first-round draft pick Mike Hughes, center, continues to draw rave reviews from Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman, left, and coach

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Sex and the single mind: The origins of #MeToo

A culture hell-bent on separating pleasure from responsibility made #MeToo inevitable, so now should come the reflective part of the reckoning.

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