Rupa Shenoy Feature Archive

Demonstrators are holding the rally in advance of a congressional vote on President Barack Obama's war resolution. (09/07/2013)
Investigators say the City of St Paul could not have known about the potential danger to a class of fourth graders on a fossil-hunting field trip on May 22, of whom two died. Families of the victims say the city is trying to avoid responsibility. (09/06/2013)
Minnesota's sex offender program detains offenders indefinitely after they've served their prison sentences because county judges thought they were at high risk to re-offend. The program currently holds about 680 people. (09/04/2013)
U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., drew a crowd of hundreds of Minnesota Latinos on Sunday afternoon at an appearance in a south Minneapolis church. Gutierrez was hosted by U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., who called Gutierrez one of the faces of the immigration reform movement. (08/25/2013)
A 38-year-old Eveleth man died after being struck by a train just before 3 a.m. Sunday in northeast Minnesota. (08/25/2013)
Free supplies and resources including haircuts and employment counseling will be available this week at a back-to-school event for families in need. (08/25/2013)
The family members of a man shot by Brooklyn Center police on Friday are calling for a swift and thorough investigation into his death. (08/25/2013)
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak and others on Saturday marked the 70th anniversary of what's believed to be one of the last remaining World War II Victory Community Gardens. (08/24/2013)
A environmental review of the PolyMet project in northeast Minnesota will be released Nov. 22, officials with the DNR said Friday. (08/23/2013)
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is seeking the public's help to find a driver who hit a construction worker on Interstate 694 late Wednesday. (08/22/2013)
Lawyers representing hundreds of offenders held indefinitely in the Minnesota Sex Offender Program have asked a federal judge to declare it unconstitutional. (08/22/2013)
Minneapolis police have leads in the Tuesday shooting of a toddler, pregnant woman and teen boy in north Minneapolis, but they need more people to come forward. (08/22/2013)
Officials from the Minnesota Office of Higher Education will hold a workshop at Augsburg College Monday for students applying for financial aid under the state's new Dream Act. (08/18/2013)
Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox will be the faces of MNsure, Minnesota's new online health insurance marketplace. (08/18/2013)
People protesting the fatal shooting of Terrance Franklin continued to demand prosecutions of Minneapolis police Saturday despite news of a pending grand jury investigation. (08/17/2013)