Hundreds March In Mpls. For Racial Justice, EqualityStudents with the Million Artist Movement were among the hundreds of people with marched in Minneapolis Saturday in conjunction with the "Day of Resistance" movements around the country. Participants marched from the Federal Reserve Bank to the Government Plaza in downtown Minneapolis, where they held a demonstration.
MN Students March To Capitol In Response To FergusonA number of Minnesota high school and college students expressed their disappointment with the Ferguson, Missouri outcome by walking out of school. They joined students who staged walkouts in more than 50 cities across the country on Monday.
Minnesota Rallies In Wake Of Ferguson DecisionAt least four rallies are planned in Minnesota in the wake of the grand jury's decision in Ferguson, Missouri, not to indict officer Darren Wilson and hundreds of students in Minneapolis staged a sit-in to voice their discontent.
Preps Underway For 'We Day' At Xcel CenterOver the last year, we've seen what We Day can do to inspire teenagers. The concert celebration returns to the Xcel Energy Center Wednesday, but the setup and rehearsals are already underway.
With Fewer High School Grads, ‘U’ Unveils Plans To Attract StudentsUniversity of Minnesota officials are expecting a decline in high school graduates in the near future, and this means they're coming up with new ways to attract students. The U is planning to ramp up recruitment of out-of-state students, increase financial aid and continue a two-year freeze on tuition.
With School Out, Students Sleep Outside To Fight HomelessnessWith school out for MEA, hundreds of students will spend the night outside, raising awareness for homelessness. They will be taking part in Cardboard Box City at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.
Alert: St. Thomas Students Robbed At Gunpoint University of St. Thomas officials have issued a safety alert saying two students and their friends were robbed early Sunday morning by two men, one of whom reportedly had a gun.
Scam Phone Calls Targeting U Of M Students, Asking For MoneyUniversity of Minnesota police say there has recently been a string of scam phone calls targeting students, asking them to pay legal fees or overdue taxes. According to the university, the caller will identify themselves as a police officer, or FBI agent, and tell the potential victim they have overdue legal fees.
Former Teacher Pleads Guilty To Sex With Students Washington County officials say a 36-year-old former teacher from Stillwater, Minn., pleaded guilty to having sex with two students at his home.
Back To School For Most Minnesota StudentsHundreds of thousands of kids are waking up a little earlier this Tuesday, and so are their excited parents. The day after Labor Day means it's time to head back to school for most Minnesota students.
MN Students' Proficiency Holds Steady, Slightly UpMinnesota students' performance on standardized proficiency tests held steady or slightly improved this year. The tests measure students' ability to meet reading, math and science benchmarks.
Generation Next Announces Plan To Bridge Achievement GapA group of Minnesotans say they have a new strategy to correct one of the state's biggest disparities. Four out of 10 students make it to graduation in the city of Minneapolis, seven out of 10 in St. Paul, Minn.
5 Back To School Things Teachers Would Love Your Help WithSeasoned instructors share the essentials for your child's transition back to the classroom.
Anoka Co. Teacher Investigated After Photos Of Students Found On ComputerThe Anoka County Sheriff's Office says there is a criminal investigation underway into a contracted teacher for St. Francis and Spring Lake Park schools. According to the sheriff's office, the investigation began after the St. Francis School District Interim Superintendent Troy Ferguson reported some concerning conduct that was alleged against the contracted teacher, identified as 66-year-old David Wayne Harrell of Chaska, Minn.
Police Investigate Hoax Letter From Prior Lake H.S.School officials, police officers and the postal service in Prior Lake are investigating after people reported getting an offensive hoax letter. The letter looked official, using Prior Lake High School's letterhead and return address, but what the letter said was far from it.