Today’s sentencing of Seward Market killer Mahdi Hassan Ali means the legal chapter of the story is nearly over. But the brutal murders have left emotional scars that will take a long time to heal.
Archives for October 2011
Thank God this is not your Friday
People leaving prison face many obstacles: finding affordable housing and a job, just to start. We’ve done many stories on those issues at MPR News. But the biggest challenge for ex-inmates may be dealing with the stigma that hangs on them like a prison uniform. It manifests as waves of shame and resentment, coloring their Read more →
West End neighbors are hopeful that the vacant brewery will soon come alive with artist housing and restaurants.
Kwame was a firm believer that sometimes a little praise goes a long way in helping young people believe in themselves.
Meet Minneapolis, the city’s convention and visitors bureau, has unveiled a new logo and website as part of an effort to attract more convention business and leisure travelers.
A new movie about a group of Somali pirates and their hostage is scouting the Twin Cities for talent.
Some St. Paul residents are considering taking legal action to stop the proposed bikeway.
For residents of this Minneapolis neighborhood, the problem appears to be low-flying witches.
At least in one ranking, the Vikings are a middling team.