Civil Rights

Supreme Court rejects Trump administration challenge to DACA

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday salvaged an Obama-era program that has allowed hundreds of thousands of young, unauthorized immigrants known as...

Minneapolis Police union wanted training from Tulsa officer under investigation for...

The Minneapolis police union formed a training partnership in 2019 with an Oklahoma police officer who denies the existence of systemic racism in the...

Easier absentee mail voting coming to August primary election amid pandemic

Minnesota voters will not need a witness to sign their mail-in absentee ballot, and they’ll get extra time to send in their ballot for...

Senate GOP advances limited police accountability measures over fierce criticism by...

Senate Republicans advanced a handful of police training and accountability measures late Tuesday night, capping off hours of contentious floor debate on bills decried...

Powderhorn Park neighborhood residents want a solution to homeless encampments by...

Tresa Kier is one of about 100 people who have moved into a homeless encampment in Powderhorn Park after officials shut down a nearby...

Gov. Tim Walz calls on Senate GOP to give full hearing...

Gov. Tim Walz criticized the state Senate GOP for their approach to criminal justice and policing in a Tuesday news conference.  “If this is going...

Minneapolis Police shut down former hotel-turned-homeless sanctuary

Minneapolis police and community groups cleared a former Sheraton hotel Monday morning, following several days of 911 calls and reports of gunfire, sex trafficking...

Some legalize cannabis candidates are giving off very MAGA vibes

In a contested state Senate race in northeast Minnesota, Robyn Smith is the candidate for the Legal Marijuana Now Party, but most of her...

Journalist Linda Tirado shares photos taken moments before she was blinded...

For the first time, freelance journalist Linda Tirado has revealed the photos she took just before she was shot in the left eye by...

Minneapolis Parks reverses eviction, allows people living in Powderhorn encampment to...

About two dozen homeless Minnesotans were spared eviction from Powderhorn Park in south Minneapolis Friday, as parks officials reversed themselves after police issued each...
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