Anne Stoefen boarded a jet home to Minneapolis, exhausted and giddy. Like many other visitors to the inauguration, she wore a button that said, "I was there."
Updated: January 21, 2009, - 10:34 PM
Three Minnesota women stood among the throngs on the National Mall, huddled and shivering, exhaustion in their eyes.
Updated: January 20, 2009, - 11:32 PM
As principal of Minneapolis' Harvest Prep School, which chartered the bus to today's presidential inauguration, Callie Lalugba was building on her students' anticipation.
Updated: January 19, 2009, - 11:13 PM
Quiet time on a bus headed east to see Obama sparked education, reflection and inspiration.
Updated: January 18, 2009, - 11:56 PM
Minnesotans are doing whatever it takes to get to D.C. to witness the historic inauguration, an event many thought they'd never live to see.
Updated: January 18, 2009, - 07:54 AM
Campaigns to argue about how many of the ballots will be opened and counted. Expert expects more delays.
Updated: December 28, 2008, - 11:15 PM
A couple and their baby had their belongings taken from their car in Nebraska. They were driving from Arizona to North Carolina with a stop in Brooklyn Park to visit family.
Updated: December 23, 2008, - 12:27 AM
Mohamed Abdullah Warsame's pretrial detention is one of the longest for a terror-related case since 9/11, raising questions about how the courts handle such cases.
Updated: December 15, 2008, - 05:27 AM
Two men from a local mosque were kept off a flight Saturday, and their lawyer blames "unfair suspicions.". The attorney said it's likely the men are on a federal "no fly" list because they and the mosque have been connected by rumor to a number of missing Somali men
Updated: November 30, 2008, - 11:25 PM