Sasha Aslanian Feature Archive

Thirty-seven people were arrested in Minnesota as part of a nation-wide immigration sweep. (09/28/2011)
Of Minnesota's most populous counties, Scott County saw the steepest drop in median income last year, new data show. (09/22/2011)
Beginning today, gays and lesbians can serve openly in the military. "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," a policy that's been on the books since 1993, and nullified by Congress in December 2010, ended at midnight. (09/20/2011)
She took it upon herself to return the unused portion of a cigarette to the shopper who left it in the parking lot. (09/19/2011)
New census data show one in 10 Minnesotans lives in poverty. (09/13/2011)
Ten years ago, two people with Minnesota ties tried to thwart the Sept. 11 terrorists. A decade later, their stories point to sharply different views on how America should best respond to terrorism. (09/07/2011)
Fewer Minnesotans have filed for bankruptcy this year compared to last year, mirroring the national trend. (09/02/2011)
An attorney for former Minnesota Viking Joe Senser says the family has turned over a vehicle as part of an investigation into a fatal hit-and-run accident. (09/01/2011)
The head of the region's largest human service provider is stepping down after 24 years. (08/31/2011)
Minnesota's U.S. Attorney B. Todd Jones will take over as acting director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Attorney General Eric Holder announced Tuesday. (08/30/2011)
The Minnesota State Fair always features a buffet of politics, and this year fairgoers have a new issue to chew on: a constitutional vote on marriage. (08/26/2011)
A contentious piece of immigration policy made it into the final budget deal approved last month. E-Verify is back, but with a twist. (08/19/2011)
A ruling on issue-based political advertisements comes in the case of ads that aired before last year's gubernatorial campaign calling for a constitutional vote on marriage. (08/18/2011)
The organization says it will ship nearly 1.4 million meals in the coming weeks. (07/29/2011)
The Falcon Heights city council votes unanimously to establish a domestic partner registry for unmarried same-sex and opposite sex couples who live or work in the community. (07/29/2011)