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The change passed 13-0.
Freedom House was opened in the West Seventh neighborhood as an emergency measure.
People are already expressing strong feelings about the possible reduction or removal of parking minimums.
Fans will step through the gates of Allianz Field for the first time in 552 days Saturday as Minnesota United takes on Real Salt Lake for its home opener.
On the day that jurors began deliberations in the Derek Chauvin trial, watched around the globe, Facebook declared Minneapolis a "high-risk location" and said it would remove posts that incite violence or celebrate Floyd's death.
Educators across Minnesota are grappling with how to handle teachable moments, which can be especially challenging in ideologically divided communities.
Two chefs make donations at a Minneapolis church.
Backed against her Brooklyn Center apartment building with a group of neighbors, Endeshia Tolliver watched warily as a line of riot police launched less-lethal projectiles…
Activists called for Derek Chauvin's conviction in George Floyd's death.
Bystanders face sleepless nights, feelings of guilt and helplessness.
The world took a front-row seat to the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin on Monday.
Police Chief Medaria Arradondo gave no timeline for changes, though he said federal agents will help fight crime and monitor the area at 38th Street and Chicago Avenue.
The reinstatement of a third-degree murder charge in former police officer Derek Chauvin's case has some trial watchers disappointed.Chauvin is again facing three charges in…
Professionals share coping mechanisms and self-care tips.
A group of Minneapolis police-reform advocates expressed concerns Wednesday about the makeup of the jury in the trial of former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin.Five…
The specter of fired Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin's murder trial hovered over an anxious Twin Cities on Monday as legal proceedings began at the…
In Minneapolis, barricades erected for the Derek Chauvin trial won't deter protesters of George Floyd's death
Organizers criticize leaders for spending on fencing instead of reform.
The event was held to commemorate Black History Month.
Enbridge says it's playing by the book as activists dig in on Line 3.
Metrowide mental health Facebook group offers support to worried parents.
They need to reach out to people who are less politically engaged, experts say.
Minnesota House Majority Leader Ryan Winkler and other DFL lawmakers are reintroducing a proposal to legalize recreational marijuana use.
Minnesota college students and advocates are excited about the possibility of loan forgiveness, but they acknowledge more sweeping changes are needed to protect future borrowers from falling deep into debt.
With issues of security at government buildings under a new microscope, a panel of Minnesota officials is in the early stages of rethinking safety at…
Groups say Biden needs to move further to the left in his first 100 days.
Bill approved last July seen by many as falling short of major change.
Sen.-elect Omar Fateh, 30, will be the first Somali American to serve in Minnesota's upper chamber.
More than 200,000 of Minnesota's lowest-paid workers are getting a raise shy of 1% Friday, when the state raises the minimum hourly wage to account for inflation.
Minnesota nonprofit ships more to continent than anyone else.
Lawmakers and youth alike hope to repeal the 1939 unemployment law in January.
His mother remains in the hospital after the deadly domestic dispute.
Anthony Taylor has long been an advocate for getting people of color interested in outdoor recreation. Since George Floyd's death, he has worked with the Minneapolis parks system to do even more.
The COVID-19 pandemic hasn't been as deadly for young Minnesotans, but they're feeling the pain of missed milestones and the challenges of life disrupted.
Senate leader Paul Gazelka says early vaccinations would help Legislature function.
Youthprise says there's millions of dollars available to help young people.
Annual meet-and-greet with governor a victim of virus precautions.
Traffic at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport was occasionally brisk Wednesday morning as travelers hurried to celebrate Thanksgiving with friends and family.
Many of the students work to support themselves and their families.
Incident occurred amid Mpls. unrest in August after false rumor spread.
Rapper Kanye West’s campaign website says “our future is waiting on us,” but even with a big nudge from voters in Minnesota, it…
Mr. Kardashian pulled in more than 7,000 votes from around our fair state.
Record youth turnout helped Joe Biden defeat President Trump.
Judy Meisel was 15 when she was beaten, tortured and forced to work in the Stutthof concentration camp in 1944.Later that year, she and her…
The fatal shooting occurred on Thanksgiving Day 2019 in front of a 2-year-old.
Past predictions of youth voter mobilization have fallen short. But this year young people are voting early in droves.
A Star Tribune analysis of voting patterns in Minnesota precincts with a majority or plurality of Black voters shows a drop in registered voter turnout from 75% in 2012 to 70% in 2016.
College students have returned to campus for the first time since the pandemic shattered their spring semester. But their college experiences are now very different from what they left behind.
Kamala Harris's husband, Douglas Emhoff, was set to appear but was forced to cancel after one of Harris' top aides tested positive for COVID-19.
Both presidential campaigns have made outreach efforts with Latino voters.
High schoolers get other young people to the polls, even though they aren't old enough yet to vote.
Officers briefly closed nearby roads during their search in the 6900 block of West Broadway.
Nine people have been sickened, health officials said.
The Innocence Project and state Attorney General's Office will be partners in the new unit.
Minnesota is one of 20 states where youth voter registration has grown more than 12% over the last presidential election.
U.S. Reps. Stauber, Emmer and Hagedorn appear to have violated the airline's policy, although they tested negative for the virus.
The standoff followed gunfire that erupted during the serving of a warrant.
U.S. Probation Services alerts those who have finished their sentence of their rights.
A man shot at a St. Paul police officer early Monday evening.The suspect has not been located.Just before 6 p.m. the man shot at an…
The cause of the outage is not known.
The victim nearly died of organophosphate poisoning, doctors said.
The president will speak at the Duluth airport on Wednesday evening.
Do you need stamps for mail-in ballots? Is it safe to vote in person? Here's what young voters need to know
For new and first-time voters, less traditional forms of voting — such as early voting and voting by mail — can be a little tricky. Here's how to make sure your ballot counts in November.
Near the George Floyd memorial, neighbors have met several times this summer.
A pair of siblings now held in Aug. 27 death of 22-year-old Karl Henderson.
The product was produced on July 23, and was distributed in several states, including Minnesota.
Many voting site veterans older, vulnerable to virus.
One of the two anti-government extremists accused of trying to help Hamas is from New Brighton.
More than 700 people signed a petition in opposition to the project.
Voters in Minneapolis won't get to decide the future of policing in November.
The panel comes after calls of council reform from Minnesota Republicans.
There was no indication that the gunfire was related to earlier unrest.
Minneapolis entrepreneur Anton Lazzaro supports President Donald Trump, even if he doesn’t agree with some of the socially conservative messages emanating from this week’s Republican…
In celebration of the 19th Amendment, ratified 100 years ago this month, young women from around the Twin Cities share what they were taught and offer their hopes for the future of women in politics.
She's accused of leaving the 8-year-old boy in a freezing garage overnight.
The gathering at Nicollet Island in Minneapolis was the only in-person event in Minnesota associated with the Democratic National Convention.