Public defender Robert Sykora drafted the privacy rules for the Minnesota Joint Analysis Center, but he’s leaving after some changes to how data are retained.
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The bus stop at 7th and Nicollet is the single busiest transit stop in the state with over 4,100 boardings each weekday.
The Senate District 59 candidate is explaining his position on the marriage question to socially conservative Somali voters.
Deficient infrastructure could cost the country, by one estimate, nearly $3 trillion by 2040.
Commuters on eastbound Interstate 94 in Minneapolis were greeted by some rare lane closures this morning after an overnight striping project didn’t dry as quickly as construction crews had hoped.
The city council member likens beer-making to the awesome experience of watching cows produce milk on a farm. And a chemistry lab. And a museum.
The orange construction barriers are still plentiful on Interstate 94 between Minneapolis and St. Paul, and drivers passing through the corridor at night have been greeted by lane closures in recent weeks.
A community effort to bust a heroin dealing ring in south Minneapolis helped police identify one of the main dealers, police said Friday.
Few people ventured out to the OccupyMN protest today. The dozen or so people that remained were either piled under a heap of sleeping bags (in the middle of the afternoon) or huddled together wrapped in blankets.
St. Paul’s East Side is getting a digital skills incubator its new library