Parts of north Minneapolis are still struggling with recovery.
The aftermath of the tornado saw a rare collaboration of dozens of nonprofits, but one that others say hindered efforts to help residents.
Recovery is far from complete. Minneapolis officials are now formulating their vision for what comes next.
Memories of their experiences have lasting effects for students, some who cry at the sight of heavy rain, certain that a twister is headed their way.
Nearly 200 birds' nests were destroyed when trees were blown down at the Great Blue Heron Rookery at North Mississippi Regional Park.
Compare images from before and after the cleanup of the 2011 tornado.
Members of our Public Insight Network share stories of resilience, frustration and rebuilding.
The May 22, 2011 tornado that swept through north Minneapolis led to the deaths of two people and damaged 3,700 structures, causing millions of dollars in damage to homes, businesses and infrastructure. It also displaced countless neighborhood residents, some of whom have not yet recovered. One year later, MPR News revisits the neighborhood to see how the recovery was managed, what gaps remain, and look ahead to what's next for north Minneapolis.
How these Minneapolis residents dealt with the tornado and its aftermath.
First-person accounts from reporters who covered the disaster.
It wasn't just residents who were affected by the storm. The state's native species took a beating as well.