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While the jubilant crowds and large gatherings were missing from this year's Pride celebrations, the rainbows and glitter have moved to digital spaces, private parties or socially distant celebrations.
Residents of cities across the country have been reporting unusual amounts of fireworks.
At the same time, they recognize the decision is not a total victory for Dreamers.
New data out seems to show that young people have a sense of invincibility. But as one official said, they also play a part in safeguarding the community.
With so much time on their hands, some younger Minnesotans said there is nowhere else they'd rather be.
Amid rising joblessness in the pandemic, a Minnesota law bars unemployment benefits to high school students who lose work.
The crowd gathered around Cup Foods in south Minneapolis on Thursday wasn't looking back.
The performance brings together Stages Theatre Company and Alive & Kickin' to focus on peace.
Two Minnesota firefighters are currently assisting in Australia, and more could be on the way.
Designing the specs for the cephalopods and getting them worn were among the challenges for the study of depth perception.
Authorities want to know why Kraig King was in Barron County in 1982.
The demand only intensified for her while volunteering at St. Louis Park's Methodist Hospital, where she saw a market for both employees and patients.
Emotions high as many school boundary changes could relocate students.
At cash registers across the city, many shoppers seemed aware of the change, which took effect Jan. 1, even if they forgot their bags.
The Zero Waste Packaging Ordinance aims to reduce single-use straws that have become a villain for those worried about plastic pollution in the oceans.
For many, Excelsior's polar plunge has become a holiday tradition
Met Council is weighing a proposal to equip officers with cameras while they patrol buses, trains, stations.
Twin Cities gathering includes a film, historical analysis and storytelling.
The series, put on by Minneapolis' Division of Race and Equity, will draw on community conversations, art and storytelling.
Residents on Brookside Terrace are split over city's paving plans.
Southwest line construction has forced bikes off trails and onto busy city streets.
Girls see new horizons in engineering and aviation at STEM camp
New equipment has been ordered, but it's unlikely to arrive before the start of school.
On the second day of Minnesota’s new law requiring that behind-the-wheel cellphone use be hands-free, the State Patrol reminded drivers that it will now be…
Victim had prior relationship with one suspect's sister.
The carvings were cleared away the next morning.
The crash occurred at Hwy. 41 and Hwy. 212 following a police pursuit
Former graduate, Coast Guard officer will fill post as search continues.
The event was part of a national movement, #NeverAgainIsNow, and about 25 people were cited.
Several people were taken to area hospitals after the six-vehicle pileup on Hwy. 41 near Hwy. 212.
The suspected shooter was among the dead, and his father said he had struggled with mental illness.
Some businesses closed during redevelopment of Edina shopping district.
They say people from other cities and states overwhelmed the debate.
They met as new parents long ago, but the expanded Twin Cities group remains close through a shared love of the great outdoors.
Parents, school leaders acknowledged problems in Eastern Carver County Schools that need to be addressed.
It rained on their parade, but neighbors still turned out for St. Paul's Rondo Days celebration.
Council Member Mary Brindle said city officials had received feedback in support of adding the pledge, something not done for years.
Stormy weather forecast for the Twin Cities metro area failed to materialize so far.
The five employees suffered physical and emotional injuries in the 2017 explosion.
The council received criticism from across the country for its initial decision on June 17 to nix the pledge. Even President Donald Trump weighed in on the city's decision — twice.
Site would mean 111 bus parking stalls and 110 full-time and other jobs.
A new version of the plan removes two of the medians that would have forced drivers to turn.
South metro project would rise 362 feet, hold 6.3M cubic yards of waste.
The $5 lessons are a partnership between the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office and the Minneapolis Park Board.
Monday night's meeting was a study session and not a regular council meeting, and no vote or public comment was taken.
The neighbors, who have formed an opposition group called Halt the Ramp, are expected to turn out in force Monday for a public hearing on the proposal at the City Planning Commission meeting.
Dr. Henry Buchwald says his career has always been a labor of love.
St. Louis Park is to revisit dropping the tradition, but the pot has been stirred, raising a surprisingly contentious conversation this July 4th.
The farm setting encourages fellowship and can be inviting to visitors to the six Lutheran churches.
Residents upset at little focus on proposal to limit Minnehaha access.
The St. Louis Park City Council has decided to drop recital of the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag at its meetings, citing a desire…
Thousands of people are expected to attend the annual festival this weekend.
Hennepin ordinance could affect five cities, MSP; 10 other cities already upped age to 21.
She pulled 16% of support among respondents in a June 8-12 survey.
More than 32,000 people attended Thursday's game, and the next six games against Kansas City and Boston are expected to be sellouts.
New landscaping reflects what people wanted, part of the $50M renovation.