A 12-year-old in the Minnewaska school district vented her frustration on Facebook and wound up spending time in detention for it. The ACLU of Minnesota says that's a violation of her right to free speech.
Twin Cities liquor store worker offers shoes off her feet to unhoused man
The man asked for boxes to use as makeshift shoes before the woman offered hers.
St. Paul PD releases footage showing fatal police shooting of Howard Johnson
The 24-year-old died after being shot by a St. Paul officer Monday night.
Minnesota's COVID update for the week ending Tuesday, Dec. 6
Minnesota's weekly COVID data has been released.
Want to buy a hotel? Minneapolis' biggest is going up for auction
The building is in foreclosure.
22 dogs taken in by Animal Humane Society from shuttered breeder
The dogs were taken in after a report stated there were too many on a single property.
Latest on the 2 snowstorms set to impact Minnesota
The first arrives Thursday night into Friday before a bigger system comes next week.
Police: Person hospitalized after alleged suicide attempt in jail
The incident happened Wednesday morning.
Cop who pepper-sprayed downtown protesters received $150K payout
Samantha Belcourt said she "feared for her life."
Animales Barbeque Co. looks to open brick-and-mortar location
The popular food truck has partnered with the owner of Billy Sushi.
Here are some 2022 holiday shipping deadlines to keep in mind
Most deadlines are a few days before Christmas Eve.
U of M at state Supreme Court to defend punishment over Facebook post
When a student wrote that she wanted to "stab a certain someone in the throat," the university responded by giving her a failing grade and a psychological exam. U of M lawyers argued at the Supreme Court that the punishment did not violate the student's First Amendment rights.
Court: U of M was OK to punish mortuary student for cadaver comments
The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the University of Minnesota did not violate a mortuary student's free speech rights by punishing her for making references on Facebook to the school cadaver she was working on, which included "satirical commentary and violent fantasy."
Facebook deluged with back-to-school photos
Beaming Minnesota parents uploaded a staggering number of back-to-school images of their children to Facebook on Tuesday, the Pioneer Press noted. As social media continue to grow and expand, it may be that more and more parents are carefully posing that perfect shot of their well-scrubbed kids – and quickly posting it to the Internet.
Target promotion uses Facebook to determine school donations
Target is giving away $2.5 million to schools, and if you want some for your school, you'll need to vote. The Minneapolis-based discounter unveiled a Facebook voting promotion last week that will award any K-12 school a $25 Target gift card for every 25 Facebook votes the school receives. Any Facebook user can vote – but only once each week. The campaign ends Sept. 8.
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