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Rosa Parks Center could provide ‘conflict resolution, leadership’ at Minneapolis location
Seven service components would be the focus of the youth center: Self-actualization, mediation and reconciliation, economic development, education, recreation/creative expression, holistic health wellness, and leadership.
Vaping trial: Juul, Altria sued by Minnesota AG over youth usage epidemic
Claiming the companies played large roles in propelling the vaping epidemic among the nation’s youth today, the trial of vape manufacturer Juul, as well as tobacco marketer Altria, against Minnesota is set to begin.
Xcel Energy leak: ‘Fish kill’ caused by temperature change in Mississippi River
Xcel Energy announced a temperature-related “fish kill" in the Mississippi River caused by the temporary shutdown of its Monticello nuclear power plant to fix a radioactive water leak.
$5 Pizza chain catches on fire in Minneapolis along Franklin Ave
A fire broke out in a single-story commercial building that houses the $5 Pizza chain on Friday afternoon
Hastings Schools food workers strike declared over after reaching agreement
“While this agreement does not reflect what we feel we are worth, our struggle for recognition and respect took a big step forward because of our solidarity," said Hastings High School Food Service Worker Sara Rapp in a statement.
‘Trans Refuge’ bill closer to becoming law despite concerns of lacking protection safeguards
Lawmakers in Minnesota are working to ensure transgender youth have a safe space when seeking gender-affirming healthcare, moving a new "Trans Refuge" bill closer to law.
Private prisons ban closer to law in Minnesota, flogging ‘perverse incentives’ lawmakers say
Seeking to more equitability rehabilitate its convicted prison inmates, Minnesota lawmakers are set to vote on a measure that would ban privately owned and operated prisons in the state.
Minnesota PFAS: $45 million requested in Walz budget to combat ‘forever chemicals’
Gov. Walz's One Minnesota budget request includes a $45.57 million investment in the state’s capacity to prevent, manage, and clean up PFAS pollution.
UnitedHealth Foundation awards $2 million for LGBTQ+ and BIPOC youth initiatives
The United Health Foundation has announced a three-year grant partnership that it hopes will address mental health issues among LGBTQ+ and BIPOC youth in Minnesota.
Corrections center meat store now open in northeastern Minnesota
More than a decade in the making, a corrections facility in northeastern Minnesota now has its own retail meat shop.