MinnPost again has partnered with Embold Research to ask Minnesota voters how they’re thinking about a range of issues.
If you haven’t started paying attention to local election campaigns in your area, it’s not too late!
The prestigious weeklong Leadership Academy for Diversity in Media takes place in October in St. Petersburg, Florida.
After a careful review of story comments over the past year and an assessment of the resources it takes to manage comments, MinnPost editors have decided to stop publishing comments on all stories starting today.
Reporter Walker Orenstein and freelance contributor Pat Borzi were also honored for reporting in politics and government and sports, respectively.
Smith wrote for the Star Tribune and Pioneer Press and later served for 10 years as president of Growth & Justice, a think tank that advocated for a more equitable and sustainable economy.
MinnPost joins two other nonprofit news organizations — Wisconsin Watch and the Nevada Independent — in researching and responding to claims through fact briefs.
Jackson, a digital reporter at KELOLAND News in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, will join the MinnPost newsroom on May 15 to lead efforts to ensure our best journalism is reaching people and equipping them to make positive change in their communities.
In the interest of transparency, MinnPost is sharing the response we received following concerns about how MinnPost reporter Peter Callaghan has been treated by DFL House staff.
Over the past 10 weeks, MinnPost has been your guide to what’s happening at the Legislature, especially when it comes to explaining the politics of historic legislation.
Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg might make a big splash when it comes to media buzz, but the real news is in your local, independent publications.
Stokes will return to his home state from Los Angeles, where he’s been covering K-12 education for Southern California Public Radio.
Find out more about the MinnPost/Embold Research poll being released this week and other 2022 election stories we’re following.
We’re reaching out to voters in the Twin Cities and Greater Minnesota to find out what’s on their minds and to bring nuance to our understanding of the urban-rural divide we often hear about in election years.
Just three weeks into my new job as editor of MinnPost, D.C. correspondent Ana Radelat called me with some news.
We invite you to connect with a member of our staff even if we don’t have current openings in the area of work you’re pursuing.
MinnPost’s newsroom leadership transition is now complete with data journalist Greta Kaul’s promotion from reporter to associate editor.