Allie Shah

Allie Shah

Reporter | Features
Phone: 612-673-4488
Allie Shah writes about healthy living and wellness issues.

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Dec. 27, 2012: Senser’s attorney calls homicide verdict unjust, appeals conviction

Defense attorney Eric Nelson charges that missteps by prosecution and judge sealed his client's fate.

Updated: December 26, 2012, - 10:51 PM

Cultures & immigration beat: Class fills learning gap for refugees

Every weekday, for two hours a day, new immigrants flock to Neighbor- hood House in St. Paul to brush up on their English and learn the cultural skills they'll need to succeed in America.

Updated: December 18, 2012, - 06:40 PM

Hmong embroidery is the thread that binds

A virtual museum aims to teach a worldwide audience about an age-old Hmong art before it disappears.

Updated: December 04, 2012, - 05:09 PM

Immigrants leave the shadows

With the election over, more young immigrants start to seek deportation relief without fear of being targeted.

Updated: November 19, 2012, - 10:44 AM

On the cultures beat: Newer immigrants review life in Minnesota

Immigrants will get a chance to share their stories -- good and bad -- about living in Minnesota at an upcoming event hosted by the Advocates for Human Rights and African Immigrant Services.

Updated: November 07, 2012, - 12:55 AM

Absentee voting popular in state

Numbers rival figures from last election, officials said.

Updated: November 06, 2012, - 05:20 AM

Minneapolis janitor's trial exposes trail of Minnesota's terror pipeline

In an exclusive interview, an FBI agent sheds more light on the intricate plotting between figures in Somalia and Minnesota.

Updated: October 26, 2012, - 05:30 AM

Cultures & immigration beat: Somali youths' work gets FBI honor

A Minnesota Somali youth group that uses the arts to steer young people away from gangs, drugs and religious extremism is the choice for the prestigious FBI Director's Community Leadership Award this year.

Updated: October 23, 2012, - 10:57 PM

Oct. 19: Minneapolis man found guilty of aiding Somalia terrorist group

Mahamud Said Omar, 46, a one-time janitor at a Minneapolis mosque, was convicted of helping Al-Shabab recruit fighters.

Updated: October 19, 2012, - 08:52 AM

Obituary: U professor Maynard Reynolds was special-ed pioneer

It used to be that children with disabilities were quickly labeled as "special ed" and sent to separate classrooms or even institutions. Then along came Maynard Reynolds with an idea to teach what he called "exceptional children" in the same classrooms as the other children.

Updated: October 17, 2012, - 10:34 PM

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