Employee At North St. Paul's North High Placed On Leave During InvestigationAn employee at North High School has been placed on leave during an investigation into employee misconduct, according to a school official.
Basketball Helps Reinvigorate Struggling North Minneapolis HighA huge high school basketball matchup Tuesday night was about more than just the game -- the top-ranked North High School Polars faced the top-ranked Hopkins Royals.
MLK Day Food Giveaway Highlights Importance Of Social ResponsibilityMany parts of north Minneapolis sit in a food desert. For some, they have to walk or bus miles in order to find fresh fruits and veggies.
North High's Tyler Johnson A Standout To RecruitersTyler Johnson is a two-sport standout at Minneapolis North High School. He can play some football and some basketball, and colleges are calling for him to play both. What makes him so special? He's a high-end athlete who loves to compete.
Man Found Dead On North Side Street IdentifiedOfficials have identified the man whose body was found last week near a Minneapolis high school.
Man, 26, Admits To 2006 Minneapolis KillingA 24-year-old man has been convicted for killing a 17-year-old seven years ago in Minneapolis. Minnesota Public Radio News reports Tarius Gresham admitted this month to killing 17-year-old Sterling Horton in 2006 near North High School in Minneapolis.
Mpls.’ North High On Athletic, Academic Upswing North High School's basketball team has gone from worst to first -- winning the City Conference Championship Tuesday night. The win is just one of the school's latest successes. Enrollment and parental involvement has North High rising from the ashes.
Student Leaders Fired Up As We Day Is Just Two Weeks AwayWe have been talking about Minnesota's first We Day for months, and now it is just two weeks away. Students across the state have spent the past year doing service projects to earn a ticket to We Day, which is a day-long event featuring popular musical acts and inspirational speakers. We Day comes to the Xcel Energy Center on Oct. 8.
Founding Member Of South Mpls Staple Pepito's DiesCarlos Rodriguez, a founding member and an “ever-present” figure of the south Minneapolis Mexican-American restaurant Pepito's, died last Friday, a press release says. He died of complications from pancreatitis; he was 69.
If You Missed It: High School Sports Rally For 10/12If you missed the Rally, we've got the highlights of the biggest games in high school football.
Minneapolis North High Splits In Two For SuccessA new plan that essentially Minneapolis’ North High School in two is part of the lesson plan for success. A dwindling enrollment and low grades nearly forced the high school to close last year.
Two Families Hurt As Pastor Goes To Prison For MurderA Minneapolis minister is heading to prison for life, but his conviction was bittersweet for the family of the man he killed.