Rupa Shenoy Feature Archive

Two people are dead and two Minneapolis police officers are recovering after a search for a burglary suspect took a chaotic turn Friday. (05/10/2013)
St. Paul police have confirmed the body pulled from the Mississippi River was that of Kira Trevino. (05/09/2013)
Megan Olivia Hall teaches grades 7-12 at the Open World Learning Community in St. Paul. She was presented with the award Sunday. (05/06/2013)
A few May Day parades are planned for this weekend, but if the crowd at St Paul's Cinco de Mayo parade Saturday is an indicator, many people may stay away because of the weather. (05/04/2013)
The parents of a missing St. Paul woman who is believed to be dead are pleading with the public to continue the search for her body. (05/04/2013)
A congressional committee has chosen a long-time civil servant as executive director of the USDA Farm Service Agency in Minnesota. (05/02/2013)
State officials say construction of the St Croix Bridge will resume after a zebra mussel discovery halted work. (05/02/2013)
The Minnesota Court of Appeals heard arguments Wednesday to reconsider Amy Senser's conviction in the hit-and-run death of a Roseville man. (05/01/2013)
Leigh Adcock, director of Women Food and Agriculture Netork talks about the changing role of women in farming (04/28/2013)
Metro Transit said the first test of a light-rail car on the new Green Line went off without a hitch Sunday. The test confirmed light rail cars won't touch overhanging power lines. (04/28/2013)
DFL Rep. Keith Ellison says he once again is attempting to pass legislation that would restore the full flow of remittances to Somalia. (04/28/2013)
Anti-tax activist Grover Norquist was the headline speaker Saturday at the annual Taxpayers Rally at the Minnesota State Capitol. (04/27/2013)
Education Minnesota President Tom Dooher has lost a bid for a third term as head of the state's teachers union. Delegates to the union's convention today elected Denise Specht as their new president. (04/27/2013)
More than 150 students walked out of Hopkins High School Friday afternoon to bring attention to what they say is unequal treatment of African-American teens. (04/26/2013)
A Wells Fargo administration building in Shoreview was evacuated Thursday after a yellowish substance was found in an envelope. (04/25/2013)