Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor had been found guilty of 3rd-degree murder and 2nd-degree manslaughter in the July 15, 2017 shooting death of Justine Damond.
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Halima Aden is no stranger to making waves and she’s done it again as the first model to don a hijab and burkini for Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit issue.
One of the Twin Cities’ newest soul food spots is looking to make a lasting impression that goes beyond a great plate of food.
As environmental justice battles rage around the country, thousands of African American children and adults are being left out of the conversation.
The WNBA and CBS recently announced it would broadcast 40 WNBA games in prime-time and on weekends as part of a brand new multiyear deal between the league and the sports. It all kicks off on May 25.
For the first time, most major Democratic presidential contenders are talking about whether the U.S. government should consider paying reparations.
Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity has resources and programs to help families make the life-changing shift from renters to property owners.
Nearly five decades ago, Dr. John S. Wright helped make history as an antagonist for civil rights and racial equity at the University of Minnesota.
Now well into its third week, the trial of former police officer Mohamed Noor has put the Minneapolis Police Department’s “blue wall of silence” in the forefront, along with issues of transparency and inconsistencies amongst its officers.
Branden Johnson has been on a healing mission since his former days in the NBA Development League. He was first introduced to cryotherapy, a form of medical therapy, after NBA greats Jason Kidd and Jason Terry suggested he try it out.