It’s been five months since a deadly tornado hit North Minneapolis, and the community is still struggling to get back on its feet.
Minneapolis marks the fourth anniversary of the Interstate 35W bridge collapse by dedicating a memorial honoring the lives lost and the survivors.
So much of what victims lost in the tornado can never be replaced. But at the Minneapolis Convention Center Tuesday, about 1,000 residents got everything from a hot lunch to a new pair of glasses.
It’s National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, and this year’s observance recognizes that victims of crime often face the task of reshaping their lives, while authorities pursue offenders.
Victims of crime often feel forgotten, after the criminal has been locked up and officials move on to other cases.
The Minnesota lawyer who represents alleged victims of clergy sexual abuse is launching a 30-day media blitz in southeastern Wisconsin asking other victims to come forward.
The Small Business Administration is going to offer low interest loans in 16 Minnesota counties to help replace private property damaged in September floods. The SBA’s disaster declaration will help homeowners, renters, businesses and non-profits […]