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While prison courses are intended to teach writing skills, this jail program has other goals.
The pillows donated for the fort will provide comfort for homeless families.
In Gabrieline Reece's documentary, local women share their thoughts on women's influence.
Witnesses noticed boaters in trouble Friday afternoon on Big Marine Lake in Washington County.
Photographers and columnists received awards.
Christina Woods has been named to the U.S. Senate's Curatorial Advisory Board.
William Muchow, who died at 76, gave his money, time and knowledge to theaters throughout Minnesota and beyond.
Minnetonka company's campaign aims to curb spiking overdoses.
Marketing books was just one of the Brooklyn Park woman's many passions.
The lake typically is the last in the metro area to melt.
Police spokesman calls juveniles alone with access to gun "a bad recipe."
Zenobia Silas-Carson of Brooklyn Park shares her struggle to adjust to midlife vision loss.
Fellow officers, bystanders cheered officer Ryan Duxbury as he left the hospital following surgery.
The victims appear to be teenagers.
Program rounds up cats from city streets and gives them room and board and medical care.
Documenters cover Minneapolis and Hennepin County government and the Minneapolis school board.
Diverse students participate in UPLIFT, a program started by a Minneapolis law firm.
The tentative agreement forestalls a walkout that could have brought much of the state court system to a standstill.
Brilliant and passionate, Nils Richards struggled with depression, grief and heroin.
The app would be disguised as a calculator to conceal it from abusers.
She's part of a bipartisan congressional delegation that will travel to the border to talk to Ukrainian refugees and aid workers.
Duluth police say 19-year-old woman died at home officers had visited earlier in the night.
Friends call Mead tough and principled — "the original disrupter."
Recent Biden administration move will let Ukrainian visa holders stay on in U.S. for at least the next 18 months.
Gary Harris wants to raise awareness of the second most deadly cancer in men.
Students at Minneapolis College of Art and Design held an exhibit and contributed to a fundraising site on behalf of an organization that works to rescue and help trafficking survivors.
She taught students the importance of learning the basics.
Now passing through Minnesota, Alex Lee spent weeks in rehab after being hit by a truck in North Dakota.
As veterinarians face intense pressure, emotions and expenses, the baskets are a reminder they're not alone.
The driver fled, then was shot during an exchange of gunfire, the Meeker County Sheriff's Office said.
The 87-year-old veered into the median on Hwy. 77.
She helped develop and operate Cragun's Resort.
Charges include carjacking, firearms violations and drug trafficking near the intersection of Chicago and Franklin avenues.
Preliminary information indicates that a man forced entry into a home and assaulted an occupant.
A jury found Melissa Zielinski guilty of aiding and abetting the murder to which her brother pled guilty in January.
A Twin Cities-based support group connects mothers without parental rights with mothers who have felt their pain.
Sheriff says deputy was on-duty but not responding to an emergency at time of crash.
Special care gives kitties with wobbly cat syndrome a new lease on life
At Campbell Mithun, he worked with brands including 3M, General Mills, Dairy Queen and United Airlines.
He was driving with a suspended license.
In Minnow Tank, kids form teams to persuade judges to donate to their chosen charities.
Kim Harms, a retired dentist, has raised money to send 254,000 books, as well as dental instruction materials, to Rwanda.
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the focus locally and nationally is the passage of the Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act.
Samuel Elliot Frey pleaded guilty in July in the fire at Great Health Nutrition on University Avenue.
Her major passions were Irish culture, poetry and homeless outreach.
When Larson saw a problem that could be fixed, family said, she went ahead and did it.
At 89, Beverly "Bee" Bush has made about 7,600 teddy bears that she gives away to children— and adults.
In an increasingly upscale lakeside city, a gift and antique store offers its classic hodgepodge.
The storied 200-year-old structure is much older than the state itself.
Capt. Brian Lange died from a medical illness related to line of duty service.
He considered his greatest accomplishment to be raising nine "happy, healthy children."
Snow amounts ranged from 1 to 4 inches north of the metro area to 15 to 20 inches in Woodbury and southern suburbs. Several metro area cities declared snow emergencies.
Business is still far below prepandemic levels, but Jacob Frey expects to see "a series of little bursts."
The former Teal's Market, a fixture in Cass Lake for 80 years, is now called Leech Lake Market.
She helped organize and open the Stillwater's Zephyr Theatre.
The council may vote to authorize a possible curfew at its meeting Monday.
An exhibit at the Hennepin History Museum shows how construction of freeways across the country divided and destroyed Black communities, with effects still felt today.
Later he launched the world's largest human rights library and was the first U.S. citizen to chair a U.N. human rights body since Eleanor Roosevelt.
Shady's, Boardwalk Bar will pay fines for resisting emergency orders to stem COVID transmission.
A woman delivered a hostile rant before the theater's first in-house production since March 2020.
Snow and wind led to 'crashes, spinouts, jackknifed semis,' the State Patrol said.
How reading an obituary as a teenager led to Anderson's lifelong fascination with Tesla is something of a mystery.
When he turned 30, Michael Deering started taking a photo every day. Twenty five years later, he's still at it.
The passenger was not wearing a seat belt, the State Patrol said.
The man's SUV struck another SUV on University Ave. NE.
Two small children were staying in the room where the shots were fired.
He was widely considered one of the best captains on the lake — partly because he was good at handling a boat and partly because he was good at handling people.
Kulu is helping scientists keep track of his endangered relatives.
Four sites in all were added to the register this year from around Lake Minnetonka.
Flanagan, who was vaccinated, began feeling symptoms while caring for her daughter, who had tested positive.
Inspired by his great-grandfather, young scholar longed to know more about his Native heritage.
Minnesota could have extended into present-day South Dakota, with a chunk bitten out by Wisconsin. Each of the borders is a separate tale.
In "Raising Arizona," one of their earliest movies, Joel and Ethan Coen slipped in a subtle reference to Pete Peterson, a teacher who led a…
An aquifer near Clearbrook, Minn., was ruptured during construction of the Line 3 pipeline. The DNR is investigating two other sites where the company may have caused additional groundwater damage.
After her father died after 10 years of suffering deepening dementia caused by Alzheimer's disease, KARE-11's Karla Hult was inspired to help other families.