Race and health equity reporter Ava Kian takes an in-depth look at health outcomes of Black Minnesotans in this four-part series.
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MinnPost reporters Peter Callaghan and Walker Orenstein will answer your questions about the 2023 Legislative session.
MinnPost reporters Peter Callaghan and Walker Orenstein will answer your questions at our next in-person event.
We’re so close to reaching our year-end fundraising goal, and you can help us cross the finish line.
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.
We have an exciting opportunity today: a $4,000 matching gift made possible by NewsMatch.
Big news isn’t limited to the metro area, and neither is MinnPost’s essential reporting.
As a nonprofit, MinnPost is truly independent — we’re not beholden to any corporate shareholders or a billionaire owner.
What we’ve been watching, listening to, playing, and reading this year.
Normally, we get a quiet-ish year every four years, when among our major areas of election coverage, it’s basically just St. Paul on the ballot (I say this with love, St. Paul).
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To continue bringing you public safety coverage that goes beyond the news of the day, providing more analysis and explaining the why behind what is happening, we need your help.
To help us stay on track to raise over $100,000 by Dec. 31, we need to hear from new members who are invested in the sustainability of MinnPost.
Stokes will return to his home state from Los Angeles, where he’s been covering K-12 education for Southern California Public Radio.
In Washington, D.C., the New Year will bring a divided Congress, a shakeup in the roles and political clout of the members of Minnesota’s congressional delegation and a brand new farm bill.
MinnPost’s journalism isn’t just a play-by-play report of what politicians are doing. And it’s not he-said she-said sensational storytelling either.
Journalism is critical to democracy and to making Minnesota stronger.
Registration is now open for the free virtual event, which will be held at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 13.
That’s because we believe that supporting independent journalism is a key way to make a difference in our community on this philanthropic day.
Over 300 MinnPost readers donated in support of independent, local news on Give to the Max Day 2022.