Minneapolis shoeshiner Dorsie Willis waited 66 years for an Army apology over its unjust dishonorable discharge of Willis and 166 other Black soldiers wrongly punished.
Four generations of descendants gathered in Minneapolis to celebrate family ties and Danish heritage.
When one kitchen won't do: Sculleries make comeback in Twin Cities homes.
Congress and the Biden administration earlier this year boosted the amount of the child tax credit, and they decided to start giving families half of the credit in advance in the form of monthly payments, which start Thursday. The changes are expected to have a big impact this year.
Minnesota to phase out subminimum wage jobs for people with disabilities, a move that could affect 8,000 employees in Minnesota's sheltered workshops.
Inside the incredible leap happening in St. Thomas sports: Recruiting, coaching staff, facilities, ticketing, sports medicine — you name it, St. Thomas is changing it, now officially Division I, Chip Scoggins writes.
One of the Twin Cities' first indoor musicals navigates the changing safety rules.
For an 11-month span in 1991-92, Minnesota was the focal point of the nation's sporting world. Patrick Reusse looks back at 30 years ago, when all eyes from the sports world were on us.
Connecticut guard and former Hopkins High star Paige Bueckers won an ESPY in the category: Best College Athlete, Women's Sports. In her acceptance speech, she called for better coverage of Black female athletes.
Father to a pair of big league starting pitchers, Willie Ross made a crucial save at a ballgame in San Francisco between the Giants and Washington Nationals, performing the Heimlich maneuver on a choking fan and dislodging bits of a hot dog to clear the woman's airways.
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