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The origin countries of Minnesota's foreign-born population has changed significantly in the last three decades.
The board will vote on the measure March 23.
Videographer Dan Lee's goofy educational YouTube show has taken a charter school by storm.
Mubarak Musse turned himself in Monday, the criminal complaint said.
The pickup driver was going west in the eastbound lanes.
Term lasts until a special election in November.
Tiffany Gonzalez was so eager to enter the world, her mother couldn't even get inside the hospital.
The first Creation Space is a music production studio in Powderhorn Park.
Vote set for April is part of a nationwide trend in the sector.
The St. Cloud theater is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.
"The standard answer is, really, ice is never 100% safe," said a DNR recreation safety coordinator. And early- and late-season ice is the most unpredictable.
Where it can, the state's Department of Natural Resources wants to make sure areas can accommodate disabled users.
Mpls. cancels eviction as tightknit residents with local support seek permanent housing.
Their regular routine has been thrown into reverse by the pandemic, but many are going out of their way to keep students safe and help others in need.
The Jewish holiday lands on the traditional first day of school this year.
The Hennepin History Museum's "Local Heroes" display covers a century of innovation and trailblazers in the medical field.
Roger Wiens has loved science since he and his brother built rockets in Mountain Lake.
Neighbors object to the grunts and the clanking weights, but the gym says its business is on the line.
The athletic department is estimated to receive $300,000 per year, with a portion going to alcohol education and recovery programs.
The U program has continued to pair college students with youth despite COVID-related challenges.
In addition to shows with small crowds, colleges are experimenting with other formats.
Officers from multiple departments traveled together to Washington.
Aspiring teachers are learning how to deal with problems the profession has never faced before.
The nonprofit Settled hopes little communities can be part of a solution to house the homeless.
About 120 people highlighted a host of issues during a rally and march.
The bureau's criminal investigation division says a "new wave" of scams could be coming.
Many elementary schools around the state brought the youngest elementary students back Tuesday, with more to follow in the coming weeks.
More than 500 St. Paul households filled out a request form before the Tool Library stopped taking applications, asking for 1,500 to 2,000 desks.
The couple took the oath of allegiance at home due to the husband's ailing health.
The BioMADE institute will be housed on the U's St. Paul campus.