Local students to screen documentary about their recent civil rights tour

Local students to screen documentary about their recent civil rights tour

Students from the West Metro visited several civl rights landmark and on Thursday will screen three documentaries about their experience

How to be mad at buildings

May 22
How to be mad at buildings
Spittin' mad!

Minneapolis council member tackles dozens of outdated laws

May 22
Minneapolis council member tackles dozens of outdated laws
Council Member Andrew Johnson said he wants the city code to be more efficient, less of a burden to businesses.
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May 21

MSU Mankato football player wins on 'Price is Right' using Kolstad number

Football player Jeffrey Raymond says he wanted to memorialize his friend Isaac Kolstad while playing televised game show
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May 20

Skeletal remains ID'd as Mpls. woman who disappeared 30 years ago

A DNA match has made it possible for authorities to identify the remains of a long missing Minneapolis woman.
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May 20

Lurking, spitting repeals get support of Mpls. council committee

The ordinances had been criticized as being used to unfairly target minorities.
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May 20

Third company looks to join Minneapolis cable market

US Internet announced Wednesday that it will seek a cable franchise from the city, days after the council granted one to CenturyLink.
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May 20

Pizza Hut vs. the Selfie Stick

Perfect.
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May 20

State Patrol stops speeding driver who just 'wanted to race'

A Wisconsin man who said he just wanted to race the State Trooper he encountered on a northern Minnesota interstate is in now in jail.
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May 19

Whittier Alliance and Minneapolis attorneys want discrimination case dismissed

A federal hearing to dismiss a discrimination lawsuit against a Minneapolis neighborhood organization was held Tuesday.
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May 19

North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale schools look to St. Paul for new superintendent

Christine Osorio of St. Paul Public Schools chosen to be next superintendent of North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District.
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May 19

Stearns County man sentenced to 40 years in prison for kidnapping, assault

Dale David Lott, 42, had a lengthy criminal record before he took his ex-girlfriend on a harrowing, violent drive
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May 19

10 Twin Cities schools awarded $100,000 grants from the United Way, Target

Target, Greater Twin Cities United Way surprise 10 metro area schools today with grants totaling $1 million
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May 19

Minneapolis gives initial OK to Sunday growler sales

Council committee also approves off-sale licenses for distilleries.
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May 19

Report: Black students more likely to attend low-income schools

Black students living in Hennepin County are 12 times more likely to attend a high-poverty school compared to white students, according to a new study.
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May 19

Everything is Auto-Awesome

At least it's not "automagically"
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May 19

Your guide to getting to new CHS Field, home of the St. Paul Saints

It's batter up Thursday for the St. Paul Saints who open the 2015 season at their new home, CHS Field in downtown St. Paul's Lowertown district.
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May 18

Bemidji a top spot in nation for mosquito complaints on Twitter

The northern Minnesota town ranks in the Top 10 nationally for cities complaining about mosquitoes on Twitter.
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May 18

Or he'd like to sell the world a Coke

The last Mad Men
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May 18

A sneak peek at CenturyLink's Prism TV

The Minneapolis City Council approved a franchise agreement with CenturyLink so that beginning this summer the company can start rolling out Prism TV within the city.
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May 16

You don't own it and you can't cut it, but other than that it's yours

The city planted two trees on the boulevard last year. One of them didn’t make it. This is Nature’s way: Only the strong survive! Didn’t…
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May 15

Minneapolis police award officers and staff

Minneapolis police handed out awards to officers and staff at a Tuesday night ceremony.
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May 15

North Dakota cuts Minnesota out of votes on Red River diversion spending

After Minnesota members balked at the budget, board votes to create new budget committee made up solely of North Dakotans.