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Prosecutor, Philando Castile’s Mom Develop Crisis Tool Kit
The mother of Philando Castile and the prosecutor who charged the officer who shot him have teamed up with others to develop a tool kit for law enforcement to use in times of crisis.
Some Residents Still Displaced By Flooding
Crews in southern Minnesota are still working with backhoes to break up large ice jams that have forced rivers and streams over their banks.
Some Minnesota Counties Invest In Long-Term Recycling Model
Several counties in northwestern Minnesota are betting that recycling more and burning any remaining trash will be cheaper in the long run than burying everything that's thrown away.
Minnesota Graduate Students Develop Human Rights Tool for UN
University of Minnesota graduate students have created a tool to prioritize efforts to address human rights violations that they hope the United Nations will use.
St. Paul Police Identify Victim of Fatal Frogtown Shooting
Police in St. Paul have identified a man who was fatally shot in the city's Frogtown neighborhood.
Proposed University of Minnesota Policy Limits Pets
The University of Minnesota is considering a policy that would prohibit most pets from school buildings, as school officials work to ensure all students and employees are comfortable on campus.
Minnesota Cities Look to Reduce Chloride from Water Plants
Some Minnesota cities are grappling with how to reduce the amount of chloride being released from wastewater treatment plants into lakes and rivers, which can be toxic to fish.
Body Found in Minnesota Matches Missing 2-Year-Old Girl
Authorities say a body found in Minnesota matches the description of a 2-year-old girl whose mother was killed in Milwaukee this past week.
Did Missing $3 Part Let Truck Wheels Roll Off, Kill Student?
A Mississippi transportation official tells a New Orleans newspaper that the absence of a $3 part may have let tires roll off of a tractor-trailer, killing a Tulane University student from Minnesota.
Minnesota High School Students Join Global Climate Protests
Around 1,000 Minnesota students skipped school to gather on the steps of the state Capitol in St. Paul as part of global protests by young people demanding that governments take swift action to fight climate change.