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In response to high schoolers' complaints, Edina said policy hasn't gotten more restrictive.
August visitors to northeastern Minnesota park may have had their credit card information compromised.
A 36-year-old man has been charged with using a fake ID to obtain nude photos of children.
Students displaced by blast last month check out their temporary school.
HBO announced Friday that it would not continue with the series "Mogadishu, Minnesota."
Chaska Troop 1554 makes toiletries, nonperishables available 24/7 to anyone in need.
Two Waconia High School teachers take part in Minnesota Business Education Network to help build a local workforce.
Hundreds of people gathered at the Lake Harriet Band Shell to honor the woman fatally shot last month by a Minneapolis police officer.
"It's frustrating to see test scores slowly increasing over time, but there's more to providing a student with a well-rounded education than can be seen in a test," Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius said in a statement.
Authorities have cleared an Apple Valley High School security guard after an altercation between students in June.Jason Rieck had been placed on leave by the…
Donna Harris, who received minor injuries in the blast, described her role as that of a shepherd who seeks to guide staffers toward making the best decisions for students.
The state would focus its attention on a small set of the lowest-performing schools, a plan that some critics says sets the bar too low.
Illegally passing a bus with its stop arm extended could result in a $500 fine, up from $300.
Students in Lakeville will have the chance to ride an electric school bus running on wind energy this school year.
A Friday night vigil was organized by a resident of the street where Kenneth Foster died last weekend.
Timothy Dorway sentenced to five years in prison, admits porn addiction.
Shakopee school leaders hope that new leader will help district heal after former Superintendent Rod Thompson resigned.
After a rally at Loring Park, protesters headed downtown to City Hall, where they delayed the mayor's news conference on the police chief's resignation.
Thompson allegedly admitted to accepting perks from companies working with the school district, according to a search warrant affidavit filed this week.
Supporters cheered the draft kit to be sent to schools, while opponents predicted legal challenge.
The 20-year-old is accused of fatally shooting a juvenile male on June 25.
Lessons from the past offer surprising insights into New Prague's future.
High school graduation peaked in 2016 with 82.2 percent finishing school.
Head of school comes to Golden Valley from New Orleans.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources called it the first new-lake confirmation of 2017.
The move is part of a plan to reopen Nicollet Avenue at Lake Street.
At the forum, citizens spoke emotionally about what Medicaid has meant for their health care.
Eden Prairie schools superintendent to lead embattled arts agency.
A new report comparing school revenues and spending in each state shows how Minnesota stacks up
An investigation uncovered a history of Superintendent Rod Thompson misusing his district credit card, with more than $3,500 in personal purchases, including a TV and a trip to Nashville.
Dakota and Scott libraries partner with schools to give students fine-free library cards.
Shakopee watchdogs had raised questions over finances, credit-card use.
Police focus on purchases made with district card.
Victim was severely injured; police are still searching for assailant.
An Oakdale school principal found dead in a Woodbury park died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said Thursday.
Richfield High School principal leverages data, dedication to improve graduation rates.
Muslim group says student was mistreated at Apple Valley High School.
The Anoka-Hennepin School District is closing a dark chapter in its history. The Department of Justice placed the district under a consent decree in 2012…
Koryne Horbal crusaded for women's rights, knocked down barriers and mentored countless young women.The feminist and political activist spent her life championing equality. She drafted…
More than 70 protesters screaming, "Shame on you," prompted Richfield school board members to retreat behind a closed door after their vote to terminate a district employee for wearing a Black Lives Matter T-shirt.
May 20 event aims to bring native culture to both students and community members.
Parents in the west-metro community took issue with the colors on the sign, which they felt focused on the gay and lesbian community. After hearing objections, school officials show support for unity effort.
Several from Roosevelt High spoke at a board meeting against the district's plan to cut back from about 100 engineers-in-charge and assistant engineers to just 15 "physical plant operators."
One-year-old Tara Engman died in 2015 of blunt-force injuries.
Instagram communication with teenager violated bail conditions, authorities said.
Facing the pressure of for-profit developers, officials discuss how to help renters.
High school students turn to social media before they say "yes" to the prom dress.
Struggling high school and middle school operated by the center are in limbo.
Delta is set to take advantage of a competitor's stumble by significantly increasing its cash offers — up to nearly $10,000 — to passengers who give up a seat on an overbooked flight.
Derek Onserio received eight acceptance letters from all eight Ivy League Schools and the University of Minnesota.
Erik Akervik, 29, is charged with two felonies in connection with the incident.
Shakopee school board hires St. Paul firm for independent review.
Edina and Hopkins are the latest two school districts to break from a west metro desegregation district that once counted 11 member school districts.
Principal, custodian challenged students to find creative ways to get their peers to drink up.
Osseo school board members voted to end the district's contract with a racial-consulting group in a special meeting Tuesday night.In a 4-2 vote, the board…
New Prague student had a simple motive: "I wanted everyone to smile."
School board says $152K cost for Pacific Educational Group services is too high.
School president decried anti-Semitic posts, made public by an anti-hate speech group.
The superintendent's e-mail said that a miscalculation caused by "human error" meant that school officials had to cut spending for the rest of this school year and look hard at next year's budget.
An Eden Prairie student out-calculated the rest to claim this year's trophy.
Prosecutors have deferred charges against a 42-year-old man who allegedly evaded Champlin Park High School security to have sex with a 19-year-old special-needs student in the school.
Student's vision creates an opportunity for her peers to create music, learn the business.
The Edina school board named John Schultz, current superintendent of the Hopkins School District, as Edina's new superintendent Thursday night after hours of debate.The board…
A troublesome teacher shortage has Minnesota public schools fighting for hires and scrambling to hold on to newcomers.
Duluth police have arrested four people in connection with the shooting death of a St. Paul police sergeant’s 22-year-old son. A fifth suspect was already…
Disparities remain, but graduation rates were up for all in 2016.
It is only the fifth time that has happened in February.
Until his last days, Bennet Cyrus was shouting at the Minnesota Vikings. Cyrus was usually a calm man, but when football came on, he unleashed…
Minnesota school districts use training and insurance to guard against hackers.
Shakopee police investigating the circulation of inappropriate photos of multiple students at Shakopee High School.
Phishing scam may be using stolen W-2 forms to file phony tax forms.
What started as a friendship between the Edina and Hopkins superintendents has grown into an effort that has cut costs for their schools.
Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson, who was part of the lawsuit at the heart of Friday's decision, applauded the ruling in a statement. “Five federal…
One-fourth of new teachers leave within first three years, according to a new state report.
Support of private over public schools comes under fire in Minneapolis meeting.
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