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Tens of thousands march in St. Paul with message for Trump

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Tens of thousands march in St. Paul with message for Trump
"We've come a long way, and we could lose it in a heartbeat," said one protester about the election of Donald Trump. Police estimated the crowd as 45,000 to 60,000 strong.
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'I felt like I was going to die,' one of five shot at Clark protest testifies

January 21
'I felt like I was going to die,' one of five shot at Clark protest testifies
Teven King, 20, said he and others confronted Allen Scarsella before the shots were fired.
West Metro
10:09am
Cody Pech

Charges: Driver who hit 3 Rogers students failed 'to exercise scant level of care'

According to charges, Pech said he did not see the teenagers, the school bus or its flashers until it was too late. All three of the 15-year-old victims suffered serious injuries.
South Metro
9:25am

Snelling busway gets strong start; don't count on extension soon

Unlike the south metro's Red Line, at least so far, the A Line from south Minneapolis to Roseville is reporting solid ridership results.
Local
7:07am

Live: Women from Minnesota converge on D.C. march

East Metro
5:55am

Columbia Heights seminary vows to continue clash with BBB

Defamation settlement is not enough, says seminary owner.
Local
12:16am

The Rev. John Guttermann, immigrant advocate, dies at age 69

The Rev. John Guttermann was talking with fellow pastors in 2010 when the conversation turned to the isolation immigrants face in detention. “We should visit…
Don't Miss
January 20

After 7 years, an Edina police dog has gone on his last patrol

Blade the K-9 retired last month and is now living with longtime partner Jason Behr. Both are getting used to their new roles.
South Metro
January 20

Trout opener draws hundreds to Chaska's Courthouse Lake

Ice fishing enthusiasts enjoyed a balmy opener, and a chance to celebrate old and new traditions.
East Metro
January 20

Father of two slain outside Mpls. club Jan. 8 remembered as family man who avoided trouble

Friends and relatives described William Irvin, 35, as a dedicated family man, who lived quietly in his North St. Paul apartment.
St. Paul
January 20

Merriam Park neighborhood 'Goddess Tree' installed in St. Paul gallery

The ants are gone. The painted goddess images have been freshened up. And Thursday night, to the accompaniment of a pianist and a belly dancer,…
West Metro
January 20

Some Starbucks to open later following early morning robberies

In the past month, gunmen have stormed into at least four Starbucks stores in Minneapolis, Richfield and St. Louis Park just as they opened.
Guide to best of Minnesota biking trails
Special report Guide to best of Minnesota biking trails
updated 6 hours 21 mins. ago
More than 1,500 miles of bike trails line railroad beds and cross public lands.
Local
January 20

Corrections for Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017

A photo on D1 Friday of Rick Gomez, Target’s senior vice president of marketing, should have been credited to Star Tribune staff photographer Jeff Wheeler.…
Minneapolis
January 20
Protesters followed a police escort during Friday's anti-Trump march t...

About 2,000 protesters converge in downtown Mpls. to protest Trump

Protesters criticized the new president's views on immigration, climate change and women's rights.
West Metro
January 20

Man charged with sex assault at hearing-impaired group home in Richfield

Adrian Wesley, 25, allegedly accosted the staff member as she checked on him.
East Metro
January 20

Delays reported on I-94 near Woodbury

Motorists were encountering a several-minute wait due to possible police activity involving a would-be jumper.
North Metro
January 20

Bus crashes into Columbia Heights house, Fire Department says

No one was hurt, but a gas line was hit.
West Metro
January 20

Mpls. child care director charged with nearly $200K in fraud

The Salama Child Care Center in Minneapolis had its license revoked in 2015.
Local
January 20

Audit: State not following equal opportunity laws

Despite affirmative action laws, audit says state hiring of "targeted groups" lags behind.
Minneapolis
January 20

State pledges $400K to shrink number of Indian foster care kids

Disproportionate child numbers called "unacceptable,"and $400,000 will fund program mirroring successful effort for African-Americans.
Minneapolis
January 20

Minneapolis seeks to make taprooms dog-friendly

Minneapolis considering plan to tweak health codes so that doors can be open to pooches.
Local
January 20

St. Louis Park High newspaper sues district for video of incident

The Echo newspaper is suing St. Louis Park Public Schools and Superintendent Rob Metz to review video footage of a school incident.