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Star Tribune

Nonprofits find key partner in St. Paul-based Sunrise Banks

The company has built its reputation on serving working-class customers.

North Minneapolis police shooting renews push for better mental health response

Backers of the city’s co-responder program say fatal encounters could be prevented.

Jeff Johnson to retire from politics at the end of term

He plans to dedicate his final months on the County Board to the taxpayers.

Sheriff: Someone fatally shot retired Minnesota police chief in hunting incident

The former small-town police chief was found dead in his vehicle in Becker County.

Software specialist at Dakota County housing agency charged with stealing $271,000

Scheme ripped off the Dakota County Community Development Authority.

Neighbor IDs man shot dead in Plymouth home; ex-prosecutor from N.M. jailed

The gunman met officers at the front door and is cooperating, police said.

911 transcript shows man fatally shot by Minneapolis police was suicidal

Authorities also identify police shooting victim in Shakopee.

Hundreds gather at Victory Memorial Drive in Minneapolis on 100th anniversary of Armistice Day

An event in Minneapolis on Sunday commemorated the 100-year anniversary of Armistice Day, the date World War I finally ended and many believed longstanding global peace was within reach.

Fastest growing religion in Minnesota, the nation, is 'none'

One in four Americans now belong to no religion, a trend fueling church closings and mergings.

St. Paul to vote this week on a $15 minimum wage, with no exemption for tipped workers

The St. Paul City Council is expected to follow in Minneapolis’ footsteps Wednesday and approve a citywide $15 minimum wage without an exemption for tipped workers.

Shootings spur Minnesota faith groups to beef up building security

Minnesota’s faith leaders, authorities on sacred books and prayer, are increasingly studying building safety handbooks, hiring security advisers, and inviting law enforcement to get to know their