The organizers of Twin Cities Pride are calling on Minneapolis city leaders to suspend the requirement for large events to hire off-duty police officers for security.
Kataluna Enriquez was the first transgender woman to win the Miss Nevada title and she could be the first to win the Miss USA title as well.
A family with two gay dads stopped by Sesame Street on Thursday to celebrate Family Day on the show.
Every June, the LGBTQ+ community and allies celebrate what has become “Pride Month,” which started in the aftermath of the 1969 Stonewall riots.
June marks the anniversary of The Stonewall Riots, the catalyst of the gay rights movement and the beginning of Pride Month, a celebration of LGBTQ culture.
Twin Cities Pride is back on in person this year, but the parade may not be.
Twin Cities Pride gathered to demand justice for George Floyd while showing appreciation for their community Sunday.
Organizers for TC Pride are making changes to this year's festival amid the pandemic and in response to the death of George Floyd. Board member Bo Nabozny joined the Buzz to talk about how people can still support TC Pride and get involved.
The St. Paul City Council voted to ban conversion therapy for LGBTQ+ youth Wednesday.
A British lesbian couple has become the first in the world to carry a baby in both their wombs.
Minnesota United midfielder Collin Martin publicly came out as gay ahead of the team’s Pride Night match against FC Dallas. The 23-year-old is the only openly gay male athlete active in any of the U.S.'s five major professional sports leagues
The "Pull for Pride" deadlift contest at Father Hennepin Bluff Park on Saturday is a test of strength, a fundraiser for homeless youth and a celebration all rolled into one.
After an outcry from the police community, Twin Cities Pride leaders have decided to allow uniformed officers to join the parade.
Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau says she is “beyond disappointed” that the organizers of Twin Cities Pride did not talk with her before deciding to scale back law enforcement presence in the downtown parade this year following the Philando Castile shooting verdict.
Twin Cities Pride says it will limit police presence and participation in its annual parade and other festivities this year in response to the verdict in the Philando Castile case.
Two U of M sprinters took the internet by storm a few days ago, revealing their relationship to the world.