It’s a rite of passage for most teenagers: the day they take their behind the wheel test for a Minnesota driver’s license. But if your teenage son or daughter hasn’t completed their behind the wheel training by Jan. 1, 2015, a change in state law will require more time in training.
Como Zoo unveiled its plans Thursday to update Sparky the Sea Lion’s Habitat. The changes are being prompted by new federal requirements for keeping marine mammals.
The government shutdown has led Minneapolis Public Schools to cancel retests required for graduation assessment.
Minnesota students made slight progress this year on standardized tests that determine if they’re meeting state requirements to graduate from high school, but fewer than half of the state’s 11th graders were considered proficient in math, according to test results released Tuesday.