When workers in the St. Paul Public Schools' Project Reach office saw students huddled under a towel, they took to Facebook. An appeal secured winter apparel for students who need it.
The group that organized last month's protest against police brutality at the Mall of America wants to remind people of Martin Luther King's activism.
Children of color are much more likely to be reported to Minnesota's child protection system than white children, but a group of African-American professionals is concerned that the response is now too hands-off.
Members of the "One State One License" coalition want all immigrants -- even those who are in the country without authorization -- to be able to qualify for a license.
We visit a volunteer who turns cast-off sweaters into wearable celebrations.
Those who want to become Minneapolis firefighters face an extremely competitive process. But being a veteran gives candidates an advantage, thanks to a new state law.
Many laws passed during the 2014 Minnesota legislative session take effect Jan. 1. Here's a look at a few of the more interesting changes.
A governor's task force wants the Legislature to quickly repeal a recent law that forbids child protection workers from considering previously-rejected abuse reports when deciding whether to investigate a new allegation.
NAZ President and CEO Sondra Samuels says the higher test scores of kids in third and fifth grades who have been enrolled in the program longer show the investment is paying off.
The Twin Cities has a growing affordable housing shortage, but critics of a proposed Met Council plan say it lets affluent cities off the hook.
Obama said Thursday that immigration enforcement would focus on "felons, not families; criminals, not children."
A City Council committee approved a measure that would ban use of e-cigarettes in indoor public places. The entire council votes Dec. 5.
Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Richfield and the Metropolitan Interfaith Council on Affordable Housing say state agencies and the Metropolitan Council are intentionally concentrating low-income rental housing in segregated "low opportunity" neighborhoods.
Tim Willson won a third term with 3475 votes, compared to Elliott's 3330.
More than 170,000 Minnesota voters have already cast their ballots in early voting, a huge jump from years past.