Minnesota is entering tornado season.
As part of its deal for new maintenance and improvement funds from the city, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board is considering equity as a factor in choosing which parks to fix first.
A new study found smaller gaps in lifespan between rich and poor in well-educated, urban areas. But the Twin Cities are an exception.
Minnesota has a part-time Legislature. Here’s what legislators do the rest of the year.
A small upside to very cold days? Unfortunately not.
Minneapolis employs a network of microphones to detect gunfire in the city. Here’s what we know from that data.
From 2007 to 2014, the percentage of Minnesotans who say they don’t believe in God jumped from 3 to 9.
Minneapolis has seen the highest number of murders since 2006; St. Paul has stayed more stable.
These are dark times.
Some food-borne illness data to enjoy over the lunch hour.
The short answer: not very.
After the shooting of five protesters, protesters called the incident a “hate crime.” Here’s what the data tell us about these types of crimes in Minnesota.
Hunters are expected to take more deer in 2015 than they did last year, but it’s still well below the peak harvest of the last 20 years.
Minnesota is home to 366, 990 veterans. In honor of the national holiday, here’s what Census data tell us about them.
In about half of the last 100 years, it would have snowed by now.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg calls connectivity a basic human right. Yet the number of Minnesotans who don’t have it may surprise you.
Crime has been on a steady decline in Minnesota — and nationally — since the mid-1990s.
The 2015 legislative session is a wrap. Explore all of the bills it passed by category, or find your legislator.
Which counties have the most to lose from a bird flu outbreak?
Explore a searchable, sortable list of MnDOT’s proposed road projects.