Monday, June 15 marks 100 years since three black men were lynched by a white mob in Duluth, Minnesota.
Louise McKnight and her family moved from Mississippi to Duluth, Minnesota in the early ‘40s when she was just 10 years old. It wasn't until years later she learned of her new hometown's secret shame.
The Minnesota Board of Pardons granted the first posthumous pardon in state history to Max Mason, a black man convicted of rape in 1920 in a case that lacked evidence. Three other black men arrested for the same crime were pulled from a jail and lynched by a white mob in Duluth.
The Minnesota Board of Pardons will be considering a posthumous pardon for a man who was convicted in a 1920 rape, which sparked the Duluth lynchings.
It's one of the most notorious moments in Minnesota history - three black men lynched by a white mob in the streets of Duluth. As we approach the 100th anniversary of the Duluth lynchings, the Minnesota Historical Society is hosting a week of remembrance for the victims.
The State of Minnesota is offering free COVID-19 testing over Memorial Day weekend at six National Guard Armory locations across the state for Minnesotans who need or want to be tested for the coronavirus.
The COVID-19 pandemic closed public spaces and postponed or canceled many large gatherings and events in the Twin Cities this spring, but it is now starting to affect summer activities as well.
WWE SmackDown superstar Otis is a fast rising star in the industry and he’s also a man with strong Minnesota ties.
Police officers are there to help all those in need - both humans and bears alike.
The U.S. Coast Guard rescued a family and their dog from a boat that was taking on water near the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge on Monday.
A pilot made an emergency landing on a road near Duluth, Minnesota Tuesday afternoon after his plane’s engine stalled mid-air.
The Split Rock Lighthouse in northern Minnesota lit its beacon on Friday to show support for those on the frontlines of the coronavirus fight.
Authorities are investigating three fires that took place within a span of hours in Duluth, Minnesota as possible arson.
The 2020 Grandma's Marathon has officially been canceled due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic.
After their taprooms were forced to close earlier this week due to the COVID-19 pandemic, several distilleries in Minnesota have now pivoted to using their supplies to make hand sanitizer for their employees and their local communities.
Snow plow drivers in St. Louis County say they have reached a deal with the county, possibly ending their 7-day strike.
From the workplace to the streets, Minnesotans gathered to renew a call for civil rights justice at various Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations across the state.
A Duluth woman is trying to stop others from being injured or killed from huffing after she was left paralyzed from a crash in which the impaired driver had inhaled an aerosol keyboard cleaner.
More than half of the money will go to the BCA, but the rest will be dispersed among Minnesota cities, counties and courts.
Gov. Tim Walz and Attorney General Keith Ellison say they support reconsidering a century-old rape conviction that sparked one of the most grim episodes in Minnesota history.