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Thousands Of Minnesota Nurses Prepare To Picket As Contract Expiration Date NearsThousands of nurses plan to picket in a few weeks as contract negotiations continue at several hospitals.
Police: Boy's Body Found In Trunk Of Car In Mound, 2 ArrestedOn Saturday, the superintendent for Westonka Public Schools said the victim is believed to be a kindergarten student at Shirley Hills Primary School. Police say that they are investigating the incident as a domestic.
Mpls City Attorney Halts Talks With Human Rights Department Until Allegations Of Police Spying On Black Leaders Can Be VerifiedThe Minneapolis City Attorney's office says it has yet to be able to confirm some of the most cutting allegations found in a recent Minnesota Department of Human Rights investigation, which said the city's police used social media to spy on Black leaders and organizations.
Man Who Escaped From Northern Minnesota Corrections Facility Back In CustodyAuthorities in northern Minnesota say a man who escaped from a corrections facility is in custody.
Next Weather: Chilly, Cloudy Saturday With Light ShowersMinnesotans will need to bundle up a little over the next few days, as temperatures will be well below average.
Man Injured In North Minneapolis ShootingOne man is critically injured after a shooting in north Minneapolis on Friday evening.
What Happened At Minnesota's 21 Native-American Boarding Schools? Unpacking A Complex HistoryConditions at schools across the country ranged from cramped and crowded to negligence. This meant diseases of the time, Tuberculosis and an influenza epidemic, could ravage through the dormitories in classroom at record pace. To this day, it’s unknown how many students died at boarding schools during this time.
Minneapolis North H.S. Principal Put On Leave After Attending Sit-In With StudentsThe district said that Dr. Michael V. Walker, founding leader of the Office of Black Student Achievement, would serve as the school's head.
U Of M Student Who Was Reported Missing Is Found DeadA University of Minnesota student who had been reported missing was found dead on Wednesday.
Former Minneapolis Superintendent Bernadeia Johnson Fighting Stage 5 Kidney DiseaseShe waits for what she hopes will be a kidney donor, comforted because all those students and teachers whose lives she touched are now her angels, and they are hoping, praying and comforting -- because they believe in her.
Ex-Soldier's Company Works To Provide Security, Peace Of Mind For ChurchesKris Moloney began helping local churches with security issues in 2009. He became a church security instructor years later after seeing an increase in attacks on houses of worship.
DFL Party Endorses Incumbents Walz, Flanagan, Blaha, EllisonThe Democratic-Farm-Labor Party, in their nominating convention Friday, selected Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan for endorsements in the 2022 gubernatorial race.
Minnesota Holds Special Primary For Late Congressman Hagedorn's SeatThe GOP candidates Tuesday for the 1st District seat include Hagedorn's widow, Jennifer Carnahan, who has leveled a series of bitter attacks in the final days of the campaign against two of her main rivals in the primary, state Rep. Jeremy Munson and former state Rep. Brad Finstad.
Budget Deals Remain Elusive As End Of Session NearsCommon ground on several budget bills remained elusive on Friday as Minnesota lawmakers rapidly approached the end of the legislative session.
Minnesota Auto Shops Swamped with Hail-Damage RepairsThousands of Minnesotans spent the day talking with their insurance agents, as Thursday's hail storm caused major damage to homes, cars, and boats.

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Smeltzer Backed By Garlick, Miranda As Twins Beat Royals 6-4Kyle Garlick and Jose Miranda each drove in two runs, leading Devin Smeltzer and the Minnesota Twins past the Kansas City Royals 6-4 on Friday night.
Jackie Young Scores 25 For Aces In 93-87 Win Over LynxJackie Young scored a season-high 25 points, A'ja Wilson added 17 points and nine rebounds and the Las Vegas Aces beat the Minnesota Lynx 93-87 on Thursday night.
2 Friends From New York Open New Legacy Hoops Location In WoodburyOn June 3, Legacy Hoops (formerly known as 43 Hoops) will open its new location in Woodbury with a basketball tournament, followed by a camp on June 6.
Sports Betting Bill Heads To Minnesota Senate Floor For VoteState lawmakers took another step towards legalizing sports betting in Minnesota Thursday.
Anthony Barr And His Mother Team Up To Provide College Aid For Single ParentsWe may not see Anthony Barr again in a Vikings uniform, but he and his mother are committed to the program in Minnesota as they create a legacy that will extend well beyond his playing career.
AP Source: Timberwolves In Talks With Denver's Tim ConnellyThe Minnesota Timberwolves are talking to Denver Nuggets president Tim Connelly about their vacant president of basketball operations role, The Associated Press has confirmed.
Twins Set Season High For Runs In 14-4 Win Over AthleticsCarlos Correa went 2 for 4 with an RBI double in his return from a stint on the injured list caused by a bruised middle finger on his right hand, and the Minnesota Twins set a season high for runs Wednesday in a 14-4 rout of the Oakland Athletics.
Lod Sparks Minnesota United To 1-1 Draw With GalaxyRobin Lod scored in the 87th minute to help Minnesota United earn a 1-1 draw with the LA Galaxy on Wednesday.
Vikings Assistant Head Coach Mike Pettine Leads Coaching Diversity WorkshopMike Pettine has just begun working with the Minnesota Vikings, the assistant head coach on a staff busy implementing a fresh culture and installing new schemes under the direction of first-time head coach Kevin O'Connell.

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Man Who Escaped From Northern Minnesota Corrections Facility Back In CustodyAuthorities in northern Minnesota say a man who escaped from a corrections facility is in custody.
What Happened At Minnesota's 21 Native-American Boarding Schools? Unpacking A Complex HistoryConditions at schools across the country ranged from cramped and crowded to negligence. This meant diseases of the time, Tuberculosis and an influenza epidemic, could ravage through the dormitories in classroom at record pace. To this day, it’s unknown how many students died at boarding schools during this time.
Former Minneapolis Superintendent Bernadeia Johnson Fighting Stage 5 Kidney DiseaseShe waits for what she hopes will be a kidney donor, comforted because all those students and teachers whose lives she touched are now her angels, and they are hoping, praying and comforting -- because they believe in her.
Ex-Soldier's Company Works To Provide Security, Peace Of Mind For ChurchesKris Moloney began helping local churches with security issues in 2009. He became a church security instructor years later after seeing an increase in attacks on houses of worship.
Minnesota Auto Shops Swamped with Hail-Damage RepairsThousands of Minnesotans spent the day talking with their insurance agents, as Thursday's hail storm caused major damage to homes, cars, and boats.
VeeCon Launches In Minneapolis, The 1st NFT-Ticketed EventFilmmaker Kevin Smith of Mallrats fame was on stage Friday morning talking about his upcoming film's NFT release. Saturday's speakers include musician Pharrell and actresses Eva Longoria and Mila Kunis.