For decades following the Civil War, thousands of Native American children and teens were forced to attend these schools. They were intentionally separated from their families and their culture.

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History Of Native American Boarding Schools In MinnesotaFor decades following the Civil War, thousands of Native American children and teens were forced to attend these schools. They were intentionally separated from their families and their culture.
VeeCon Comes To MinneapolisThe inaugural event at U.S. Bank Stadium is also the first NFT-ticketed event.
Following Hail, Many Flocking To Auto ShopsThousands of Minnesotans spent the day talking with their insurance agents. Thursday's hail storm caused major damage to homes, cars, and boats.
U Of M Study Hopes To Get Black Women Interested In YogaIt’s an effort to draw women of color, especially Black women, to yoga. And the study is looking for participants.
Valleyfair Opens For The SeasonValleyfair opened for the season on Friday with new foods and additional events for the summer.
Mpls. Tenants Band Together To Take Action Against Landlord For Alleged NeglectA group of Minneapolis tenants is banding together to speak out about what they say is landlord neglect of their homes.
3 Killed In Separate Shootings Overnight In St. PaulIt was a deadly night in St. Paul with three homicides over a six-hour span.
Valleyfair Opens For The Season: Previewing Food And RenovationsShayla Reaves reports from Valleyfair, which is opening for the season.
MN Skateboarder Travels Across New Zealand To Combat Human Trafficking In His Native VietnamA Minnesota man on a mission to skateboard from one end of New Zealand to the other to raise money for an important cause crossed the finish line Thursday night.
Large Tech Conference, VeeCon, Underway In MinneapolisOne of the largest tech conferences in the country is underway in Minneapolis.
Morning Update: May 20, 2022We’re checking out yesterday’s hail videos, Valleyfair opens for the season, the country’s largest art studio tour is back, and more
Metro Transit Police Investigating Fatal Shooting At Downtown St. Paul Light Rail StationThree men are dead following a series of separate shootings in St. Paul overnight, with one of them impacting METRO Green Line service Friday morning.
3 Dead In Separate St. Paul Shootings, METRO Green Line Service DisruptedThree men are dead following a series of separate shootings in St. Paul overnight, with one of them impacting METRO Green Line service Friday morning.
Developing: 2 Homicides In St. Paul OvernightPolice are investigating two separate homicides in St. Paul overnight.
Good Question: Are You Burned Out?A new study found two-thirds of working parents are burned out.
For Decades, Wolf Center Has Been Family Passion ProjectIn 1976, the federal government set up a research project in Minnesota to learn more about wolves.
Como Park H.S. Student About To Take FlightAlex Le will walk away from the program this summer with his FAA private pilot's license.
Legacy Hoops To Open New Location In WoodburyOn June 3, Legacy Hoops, formerly known as 43 Hoops, will open its new location in Woodbury with a basketball tournament that same day.
Take A Look Inside The USS Minneapolis-St. PaulA new warship is in Duluth over the weekend and WCCO-TV got a sneak peek at its capabilities.
Sports Betting Bill Heads To Minnesota Senate Floor For VoteState lawmakers took another step towards legalizing sports betting in Minnesota.
Ex-Viking Works To Provide College Aid For Single ParentsAnthony and Lori Barr founded Raise the Barr. The mother and son are helping single parents escape generational poverty through education.
Hail Falls Across Twin CitiesThe hail ranged in size from a penny to a quarter, and dented a number of cars in the downtown area.
4 Boys Arrested After Crash Outside State CapitolSt. Paul Police say five boys, ranging in age from 12 to 15, were involved in stealing two cars.
Exciting Things To Check Out At Minneapolis’ Farmers MarketsIf you love fresh produce and local products, you have plenty of opportunities. More than 20 markets in the Farmers Markets of MPLS collaborative will be operating outdoor markets this season.

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