Summer in Minnesota has come with an unwelcome visitor: periods of thick, smoky air brought on by Canadian wildfires.
Last August, Zack Smith welcomed a group of farmers, agricultural researchers, and investors to his mid-sized farm just south of the Iowa-Minnesota border for a field day
Programs that allowed struggling homeowners to pause monthly payments during the pandemic have reached their limits for millions of borrowers
As COVID cases trend upward again, public-health experts are setting the record straight on certain storylines about new infections.
Minnesota has a new budget in place, after lawmakers finished a marathon special session as their deadline expired.
Long known for its homeownership disparities, the Twin Cities region has seen a widening of the gap between Black residents and their white counterparts.
Racial justice advocates say they hope their movement doesn't slow down after the recent anniversary of George Floyd's death and the conviction of Derek Chauvin.
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The Students for Justice in Palestine chapters at the University of Florida and the University of South Florida are filing lawsuits against the deactivation orders
If you are planning to do Umrah for the first time, several things might confuse you.
Florida lawmakers are being asked to use the winter months to swiftly install air conditioning in prison housing units before the return of scorching summer temperatures.