The city’s parking study shows that even in the busiest times, parking demand does not exceed 73%. Slightly less than 10% of the corridor total (roughly 340) parking spaces are slated for removal.
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More Minnesotans need to acknowledge that it’s OK to criticize one’s state and that it’s OK if one believes that it is not the best place in the world.
While spreading disinformation and advocating for policies that restrict the freedom to vote are subtler than the attack on Jan. 6, they’re just as dangerous.
Everything President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris said this morning about the January 6 insurrections falls into the category of true-but-not-new.
If St. Paul is serious about its climate goals, it should stop subsidizing car storage in the crown jewel of its parks system.
When we let it work as intended, nature is a mighty tool to address climate change and improve health and quality of life for Minnesotans.
If you had to guess, of the 45 men who have been president of the United States, how many of them would you say served two and exactly two full terms, then retired?
While the Holy Family was allowed to seek safety and refuge in Egypt, the same cannot be said for refugees seeking asylum on our southern border.
By choosing not to be vaccinated, they also let down the team of overwhelmed health care workers bound by the Hippocratic oath to care for all comers, and the entire population, only as strong as its ability to defeat a virus and its many possible variants that can multiply in unvaccinated people.
In a video, the former labor secretary illustrates — with pictures and captions — his analysis of modern U.S. politico-economic history.
The U.N. determined in 2018 that Facebook played a “determining role” in violence against the Rohingya, inciting widespread violence and amplifying hateful content through its algorithms.
Taken as a whole, the new building feels a bit like a science-fiction set, one from films like Her or Star Trek.
I asked Nick if he was going in fancy dress and he said no, some of us should be the boring ones.
Minnesotans were earning more from employment and investments, and less from sources like unemployment.
After 18 months of distance learning, Minneapolis Public Schools cannot afford to lose a single teacher of color who is supporting student academic growth.
Leaders need to elevate metrics in our decision-making that address long-term goals such as improving health outcomes or slowing climate change by reducing emissions.
The kinds of changes in voting laws and procedures in Trumpian-Republican-controlled states will, if they become law, make it easier to steal the next election.
Let’s see how a $11.5 billion Christmas surprise plays out in Minnesota.
This coming legislative session may be the last opportunity to protect our very limited supply of healthy water. Prudence screams for a comprehensive water study by a credible entity such as the University of Minnesota.
In Shakopee, a new trail is being developed as a collaborative effort among the city, Scott County, the Scott County Historical Society, Three Rivers Park District and the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community — a partnership known as the Shakopee Cultural Consortium.