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The University of Minnesota will redouble its efforts to recruit students of color and ensure student safety, university President Eric Kaler said Thursday.
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The Nobel Peace Prize Forum takes off Friday in Minneapolis , for the first time offering viewers across the globe a chance to participate in a Minnesota institution.
The Hennepin Gallery in downtown Minneapolis is displaying the work of 32 artists from the Art Speaks program, which is run by Twin Cities nonprofit Rise Inc., through April 25. Introduced five years ago, Art Speaks helps people with disabilities express themselves through art, program director Danelle Griner said.
They all studied at Boston's prestigious New England Conservatory of Music and put in a decade establishing themselves as serious musicians.
Property description: The five-story EastRiver Apartments, just a block from Mississippi River Boulevard, sits on a quarter-acre lot at Marshall and Otis avenues in St. Paul's Merriam Park.
Amy Thielen's wood stove has a starring role when “Heartland Table” returns to the Food Network on Saturday.
Oscar nominee Barkhad Abdi has been struggling to make ends meet after quitting his job at a cell phone store in Minneapolis following the 2013 release of "Captain Phillips."
Sample Minnesota newspaper articles, photos and ads dating back more than 140 years.
The Cedar Lake Trail alongside a current freight track in St. Louis Park has been a proposal site for the Southwest Corridor light-rail line.
A 27-year-old Minneapolis man was sentenced Wednesday to life without parole for his role in the shooting death of a 13-year-old boy in 2011.
Edina residents fear that the proposed Pentagon Park development is driving a proposal to close one of the city's golf courses, despite the hemorrhaging losses of city golf operations and the developer's statements that it doesn't need the course's land.
Spring may not have made a commitment to Minnesota just yet, but regardless of the weather, this week marks the start of Lent.
If you're like me and drive an old Honda, you might be inclined to believe nobody in their right mind would be especially interested to steal a car manufactured before the internet was a thing.
The tying of the stolen weapon to Franklin does not appear to shed further light on what prompted officers to shoot and kill him.
Hardcore is destined to psych up antsy punks in any given dingy basement. Picture the heads nodding, the pit forming, the beverages spilling on already-dirtied shirts as bodies thrash into one another... and then the lyrics kick in.
There's no chance the Senate will approve a minimum wage bill that includes an adjustment for inflation, Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk said Tuesday.