A selective look back at some of the stories that defined the past year.
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That’s according to a recent survey conducted by the University of Minnesota’s Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Just in time for Thanksgiving.
Minnesota counties are required to cover arrangements for those who expire without enough assets to pay for the costs associated with death. And many of those counties are seeing those expenses rise substantially.
Vying for the best cat names in Minneapolis? Ted Meowsby, Jazzpurr and Winslowe Ladybird Neetenbeek.
How well do you know your Minnesota city sizes?
Looking for places where people live, but don’t work.
The first-choice preferences of voters whose ballots counted for Jacob Frey and Raymond Dehn; geographic distribution of exhausted ballots; and more!
More than 100,000 Minneapolitans and 61,000 St. Paulites cast first-choice votes for mayor.
We mapped first-choice votes for the top mayoral candidates in Minneapolis by ward.
We mapped first-choice votes for the top mayoral candidates in St. Paul by ward.
If houses could talk…
If the trends continue, 2017 could be a good year for the state.
’Tis the season of giving. And sneaking in last-minute charitable contributions.
Plus, some cute dog photos.
We hoped to identify the most important districts in the race to control the Minnesota Legislature. In some cases, we did.
Romney and Trump got a similar number of votes in Minnesota, but from very different parts of the state.
With a gain of six seats in the Senate and four in the House, Tuesday was indisputably a good night for the Minnesota GOP.
How many — and what kinds of — vehicles people have vary by which part of Minnesota they live in.
Fireworks can be dangerous.