Who's going to college in Minnesota?

Who's going to college in Minnesota?

Race, socioeconomic status still make a difference in which high school graduates register for college, although the state average has held steady. Find out how your high school measures up.
Where Minneapolis Public Schools is spending its building improvement funds
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Where Minneapolis Public Schools is spending its building improvement funds

July 28
Schools on the north side of the city are getting more money per student for building maintenance and upgrades.
Minneapolis police shootings since 2000: A deeper look at who and where
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Minneapolis police shootings since 2000: A deeper look at who and where

July 27
Do areas with more crime see more fatal police encounters? Not necessarily.
Why economic recovery in greater Minnesota is actually better than in Twin Cities
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Why economic recovery in greater Minnesota is actually better than in Twin Cities

July 13
Regions like Minnesota's western edge have seen much faster growth in average personal income and other economic metrics than the Twin Cities.
Does Minnesota lead the nation in per-pupil spending? Not anymore
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Does Minnesota lead the nation in per-pupil spending? Not anymore

June 22
A new report comparing school revenues and spending in each state shows how Minnesota stacks up
Minnesota fishing license sales hold steady, but anglers are aging
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Minnesota fishing license sales hold steady, but anglers are aging

June 14
Fishing in Minnesota doesn't attract as many young people as it once did, according to a report from the Department of Natural Resources.
Despite Minnesota's high voter turnout, youth and minority participation lagged
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Despite Minnesota's high voter turnout, youth and minority participation lagged

June 10
As Minnesota and the rest of the country look ahead to off-year political races and midterm elections, the recent presidential contest's aftermath is still revealing new data about who voted – and who didn't.
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Could Minnesota's boating slump be over? Registrations in state tick up

June 1
Boat registrations per capita have been lagging in Minnesota since the Great Recession (though we still have the highest per-capita rate in the nation), but 2016 saw an increase.
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Welcome to the 1860s, when most Minnesotans were born in another country

May 25
A lot has changed in the 150 years since the Star Tribune began as the Minneapolis Tribune. Here's a look at why the 1860s were a pivotal decade of change for Minnesotans.

Poll: What's your go-to food at the State Fair?

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