The Faculty Support Committee at the University of Minnesota held a press conference to announce faculty and student support of University employees who are on strike, and to discuss the impact that t
Only four wards in St. Paul entered into this fall’s City Council primaries: Ward 2, Ward 4, Ward 5, and Ward 7.
Senate Majority Leader Larry Pogemiller sent Governor Tim Pawlenty a letter appealing for a one day, limited agenda special session focusing on flood relief in Southeast Minnesota.
Hope Community recently celebrated its 30th Anniversary this weekend with a community block party on the corner of Franklin and Portland Avenues in Minneapolis.
On Friday, September 7th, University police arrested 5 people during a protest rally for the ongoing AFSCME workers’ strike.
Three Hmong men from St. Paul have been missing in Laos since August 25. The missing men have been identified as Hakit Yang, 29; Cong Shi Neng Yang, 31; and Trillion Yunhaison, 41.
Cyclists filled the downtown Minneapolis streets on Friday August 31st during a monthly protest by the Minnesota Critical Mass Movement.
The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), the union representing clerical, technical and health staff at the University of Minnesota, believes that if the U’s employee
The Joint House and Senate Transportation Committee met recently at the Minnesota State Office Building to continue discussion of the I-35W reconstruction plan.
KFAI’s Virginia Wright-Peterson showed up on the opening day of the 2007 Minnesota State Fair, where she encountered the Eco-Experience Exhibit sponsored by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency:ht
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