Two years ago Thursday, a postal worker named Art Tilson died at the Minneapolis Post Office Distribution Center. His friends believe his life could have been saved if there had been an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) in the building.
Police have arrested a dozen silent protesters who were wearing zombie makeup and refused to leave a Wisconsin lawmaker’s office.
Until it’s told otherwise, Wisconsin’s Department of Administration says it will move forward as though an unsettled law that takes away certain collective bargaining rights has become official.
Teachers in Hudson. Wis. will need to make up for skipping class last month.
Anti-war activists plan a march and rally Saturday in St. Paul as part of a national day of local peace actions.
The largest crowd yet has descended on Wisconsin’s Capitol to protest cuts to public worker collective bargaining rights day after Gov. Scott Walker signed the measure into law.
Parents and students packed the Anoka Hennepin School board meeting Monday tonight to express their concerns about harassment of LGBT students.
Sometimes they cursed each other, sometimes they shook hands, sometimes they walked away from each other in disgust.
Some Minnesota Girl Scouts say they will sit out an upcoming cookie sale to protest plans to sell off some of their camps.
Massive protests involving tens-of-thousands of people happened again Friday across Egypt, despite a tough government effort to stop them.
Eight people were arrested during a sit-in at noon Thursday at the Chipotle restaurant on Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis.
Activists are planning demonstrations today and tomorrow against recent FBI raids on the homes of anti-war activists in Minneapolis and Chicago.
Raids related to terrorism investigation (file photo)
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