Our Minnesota Untold series highlights the state's lesser-known history. Hit play to watch our Christmas special highlighting those stories.
At Minneapolis’ Pioneers and Soldiers Memorial Cemetery, the oldest in the city, about two dozen graves mark a dark chapter in Minnesota history, the Spanish Flu of 1918.
On the southern plains of Minnesota, in Redwood County, you’ll find a legendary small town, an almost mythical place, called Walnut Grove.
Fort Snelling is the state of Minnesota’s birthplace and its original sin.
While much is known about how I-94 ripped up the Rondo neighborhood, a lesser told story is the destruction of a Black business district in Minneapolis because of the I-35W project.
For many Native American communities in Minnesota, the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline is just the latest chapter in a strained relationship between tribal communities and the government.
The election of Charles Stenvig in 1969 marked a turning point for the Minneapolis Police Department.