The union local says research shows privatized busing leads to lower service and accountability problems, but district leaders say it would save the schools $2 million in the first year.
Brawl breaks out at Edina High School homecoming football game
The incident remains under investigation.
Fire at vacant Loring Park apartments sends squatters running
There were no injuries reported.
Appeals court rules in favor of MDH regarding COVID-19 bar shutdowns
The two central Minnesota locations claimed the health department "didn't have the authority."
Minnesota joins coalition to accelerate development of renewable hydrogen
The new coalition will pursue federal investments in renewable hydrogen technology and infrastructure.
Charges: Driver had 6-8 beers before UTV crashed, killing woman
A 59-year-old woman was killed.
10-year-old falls out third-story window in Minneapolis
The incident happened early Monday morning.
Minnesota man who made 'graphic threats' towards senator indicted
The 35-year-old man admitted to leaving threats on an out-of-state senator's voicemail this summer.
Toddler dies in crash involving school bus in Arden Hills
A 15-year-old suffered injuries to his legs.
Couple hit, injured by driver after Gopher football game
The crash occurred a few blocks away from Huntington Bank Stadium on the University of Minnesota campus.
'Dangerous' suspect who prompted shelter-in-place is located
His alleged actions led to a shelter-in-place late Friday night.
Private school bus plan has parents, union joining forces
Robbinsdale School District officials say they can save $2 million a year by privatizing student busing. Many parents oppose the plan saying the service might be cheaper, but at what cost?
Minneapolis school bus drivers vote to authorize strike against district
The union says the district has not addressed safety issues or provided "adequate compensation."
Union workers pack Capitol as 'right to work' proposal goes to Senate committee
Union members by the hundreds filed into the state Capitol on Monday morning as a group of Senate lawmakers discussed a proposed constitutional amendment that would make it harder for unions to organize. Critics of the bill say it would lower wages and cut benefits for middle-class families. Supporters say it would help businesses create new jobs.
Locked-out Crystal Sugar workers plan 6-state tour
Workers from the Red River Valley are teaming up with locked-out Ohio workers from Cooper Tire on what they're calling a "Journey for Justice" tour. The unions say they're trying to draw attention to "the most recent wave of greed-motivated corporate attacks on workers and their unions."
Union sugar worker accused of lying to get replacement in trouble
A locked-out American Crystal Sugar worker is accused of giving false statements to law enforcement officers. Sheriffs officials say the union employee told them a replacement worker nearly hit him with a vehicle driving at high speed through a crowd of picketers. Police say the replacement actually drove slowly and the worker jumped on the hood.
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