While some local Muslim leaders have been advocating a concerted public effort, others worry about a backlash to a high-profile approach.
“We made a kind of pact: When she fell, that would be the time,” said Keith Ogden about his mother, Margaret Steenerson. “But she didn’t want to leave the house.”
Primary-care physicians are becoming older and fewer in Greater Minnesota, while their patients also are older but growing in number.
Some say the 60-mile bike path’s effects on business in southeastern Minnesota have surprised the trail’s proponents and opponents alike.
Victims of gun violence are seldom asked what they would to to curb gun violence. So we did.
Under the state’s new recycling rules, Twin Cities businesses will have to follow practices homeowners have used for decades.
Michelle MacDonald says using the Bible was meant only to be a symbol that God is the highest court.
Farmers, environmentalists and entomologists praise Minnesota for spearheading state laws to protect beekeepers and pollinators (bees, ants and bats) from insecticides.
Rothman carries a gun with him almost everywhere he goes “for general self-defense.”
Minnesota Veterans Affairs officials anxiously seek an explanation why a federal audit identified the Minneapolis VA Medical Center and the Rochester VA clinic as trouble spots needing more review.
WASHINGTON — The clinics are among 112 in the country flagged for additional review.
The second time I ever shot a gun, I passed a safety class that qualified me to legally carry a pistol in Minnesota.