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Powderhorn Park residents win reprieve from eviction, for now

Hundreds of people living in Minneapolis parks can stay there for now, as the Park Board ditched a plan that would have limited the...

U.S. House passes massive infrastructure bill over GOP opposition, but unlikely...

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House cleared a massive $1.5 trillion package Wednesday that backers said would not only shore up the nation’s crumbling infrastructure...

Due to legislative gridlock, more than $1 billion in construction projects...

Lawmakers left St. Paul with some big-ticket items still in limbo, including a big public works bill that has become an even-year tradition of...

Emails reveal chaos as meatpacking companies fought health agencies over COVID-19...

For weeks, Rachel Willard, the county health director in Wilkesboro, North Carolina, had watched with alarm as COVID-19 cases rolled in from the Tyson...

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...

Data show disparities between Black and white Minnesotans in education, income,...

George Floyd’s death after a white Minneapolis police officer kneeled on his neck for nearly nine minutes sparked outrage and protests in Minnesota and...

Closed for the pandemic, opening during George Floyd protests

Gloria Morales is letting people know her hair salon is back in business with a sign in front of the shop reading “Salon Open.”...

Tanker truck’s last delivery before near miss was to a Black...

When Lonnie McQuirter saw a video of a tanker truck driving through protestors on 35W Sunday, he recognized it as the one that had...

Workers growing concerned about wage theft as bosses struggle with lack...

Workers are increasingly concerned about wage theft and other forms of labor exploitation during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to data from the state Department...

Same food, less fun: Farmers’ markets adjust to coronavirus

On a recent Saturday, customers walked single-file through Mill City Farmers Market, like Catholics in line for communion. If they wanted to purchase something,...
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