In Brooklyn Center, mayoral candidates vie for future of Minnesota's first "majority-minority" suburb.
Diversion programs improve lives, save money and keep communities safer, law enforcement leaders said during a Wednesday press conference.
Task force members met for the first time Monday and are charged with making recommendations to the 2015 legislative session.
At River Bend Education Center in Minneapolis, the doors are locked so no one runs away. It's not a place where you'd expect to find anything gentle.
The State High School League wants to give transgender students a chance to compete in sports while protecting their privacy. The Minnesota Child Protection League bought a full-page ad in the Star Tribune to object.
The research analyzed the locations of victims, pimps and buyers and tracked how and where victims were recruited and sold.
Virginia Wolf and Carol Schumacher have been a couple since 1975. As much as the women wanted to celebrate Thursday's appeals court ruling that declared Wisconsin's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional, they couldn't help but think how far they've come -- and how far they have to go.
Football and hockey drive concussion rates among Minnesota high school athletes, state officials said as they rolled out new data. Girls experienced higher rates of concussions.
The state's online health insurance marketplace is gearing up for the next open enrollment period by asking a diverse group of organizations to help Minnesotans find insurance.
Old wooden barns are disappearing from Minnesota's landscape, but Friends of Minnesota Barns are helping people to preserve or repurpose them.
The owners of a lodge in central Minnesota have agreed to pick up the tab for the wedding and reception of a same-sex couple they initially turned away.
U.S. Special Operations Command spokesman Ken McGraw confirmed the Florida-based command has "elements training in the vicinity of St. Paul."
At St. Stephen's Lutheran Church, more than 5,000 people, many of them law enforcement officers, came to say farewell.
Rep. Keith Ellison said Minnesota "has capacity" to take in some of the estimated 60,000 unaccompanied immigrant children coming to the U.S. this year.
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The International Institute of Minnesota, which has done refugee resettlement work with immigrant groups for decades, has reunited seven children ages 6 to 17 with family members in Minnesota since last October.