Hacker reports he struck U, in 3rd attack spurred by Yanez acquittal in Castile death

Hacker reports he struck U, in 3rd attack spurred by Yanez acquittal in Castile death

FBI officials said they are investigating the possible attacks by Vigilance.
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Twin Cities Pride parade officials discuss reversing ban on police marching

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Pride's parade ban is "divisive," Minneapolis police chief says, and she isn't alone in the criticism.
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Weekend traffic: With big festivals and major road closures, the best advice is to know your route

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Motorists can expect major traffic tie-ups across the metro as the Minnesota Department of Transportation starts reconfiguring Interstate 94 in downtown Minneapolis just as tens of thousands of people will stream into the city for large events that include the Twin Cities Pride Festival in Loring Park and the Back to the 50s street rod extravaganza at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.
Minneapolis
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Facebook's Zuckerberg dines with Somali refugees in Minneapolis

"You are a powerful reminder of why this country is so great," he said of his hosts.
Local
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Minneapolis cyclist had audacious dream to ride to New York City — in 1896

Primitive roads didn't make it easier for the liquor store owner on an unlikely trip.
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Carol Noyes, whose family had owned the Dairy Queen on Snelling Avenue...

Family-owned its entire 65 years, Dairy Queen on Snelling closes for good

"We have developed many friendships and loyal customers over the years, and we will miss you."
Local
7:21am

Man steals police car, leads officers on 23-mile chase in south Minnesota

Police were serving an arrest warrant when the suspect took off
Local
5:44am

Dashcam shows cop's 'brutal attack' on Minn. motorist, ACLU says

The video shows the officer repeatedly kneeing the motorist while he's still belted in his seat. Authorities say the man resisted arrest and had been in a dangerous road-rage incident.
East Metro
5:39am

Yanez had limited training in defusing situations, records show

Instructors say de-escalation tactics might have helped during the officer's traffic stop of Philando Castile.
Local
1:21am

Corrections for June 23, 2017

In a story on D2 Thursday, the name of a Patterson Cos. executive who resigned should have been John Adent.   Isaac Asimov’s…
Local
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Hennepin County adds staff to confront soaring child protection reports

It's one of many reforms to help prevent child abuse.
Minneapolis
June 22

Two officers slightly injured by fireworks in confrontation outside north Minneapolis police station

Two men were arrested following a confrontation between police and residents.
St. Paul
June 22
Conductor Paul Weber led a rehearsal with musicians at the St. Thomas...

Gregorian chants get a sacred encore and a showcase in St. Paul

Experts and students of the ancient sacred music have gathered at the University of St. Thomas for what is billed as "the most in-depth teaching conference ... on sacred music in the world."
Guide to best of Minnesota biking trails
Special report Guide to best of Minnesota biking trails
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More than 1,500 miles of bike trails line railroad beds and cross public lands.
West Metro
June 22

Off-road bike trails may be in Minnetonka's future

The City Council has allotted $130,000 for trail construction in 2018.
Stage & Arts
June 22

$100,000 federal grant is expected to help St. Paul East Side artists to continue to grow

NEA grant is intended to help East Side arts efforts grow.
Minneapolis
June 22

Minneapolis gives developer, Northeast residents more time to discuss controversial apartments

Neighbors are concerned about parking problems and building heights.
North Metro
June 22

Surging number of jail inmates posing safety threat to Anoka state mental hospital

The share of Anoka-Metro's population coming from jails has nearly tripled since 2013, according to state data released last week.
Minneapolis
June 22
Cat Salonek, an activist with the Communication Workers of America, le...

$15 minimum wage plan draws crowd to Minneapolis City Hall

The wage increase could pass by the end of June.
Local
June 22

Lori Kloos named interim chief for St. Cloud Technical/Community College

Longtime college administrator Lori Kloos was named interim president of St. Cloud Technical and Community College (SCTCC) on Wednesday. Kloos will succeed Joyce Helens, who…
Local
June 22

Deadly hemlock emerging, spreading in parts of Minnesota

People and animals who come in contact with the highly toxic weed should get emergency help.
West Metro
June 22

Perpich Center for Arts Education names new executive director

Eden Prairie schools superintendent to lead embattled arts agency.
Minneapolis
June 22

U.S. Bank Stadium panel slashes salary of chairwoman, gives raises to staff

Move comes as stadium panel seeks a long-term person for the position.
Minneapolis
June 22

Teacher Sara Sexton, who died at age 79, taught her Minneapolis students to cherish learning

The beloved teacher spent her four-decade career in the Minneapolis Public Schools.