Enrollment for the entire MnSCU system is down about 3,000 from last year. However, it's also record year for the number of racial minorities enrolled in classes.
More than 2 years after announcing, Duck Donuts finally opens at MOA
The grand opening of the new location took place Wednesday.
St. Paul is closing 6 schools amid declining enrollment
The board revised the plan after the school communities voiced concerns.
Pedestrian dies after being struck by motorist in Rosemount
It happened around 5 p.m. Wednesday.
X-rays negative after Karl-Anthony Towns takes scary fall
Towns crashed hard to the ground late in the game Wednesday night.
2 more homicides push Minneapolis closer to record set in 1995
The deadly shootings happened on the city's North Side Wednesday night.
KAT sets a franchise record, leaves early in loss to Wizards
Towns fell on his back in the final minutes of a loss in Washington.
Man shot by police in Forest Lake dies from injuries
It was one of two police shootings in the Twin Cities on the same day, both of which proved fatal.
'Everyone should really be masking up' in public, Malcolm says
The health commissioner said residents have gotten "a little bit lax" with some protective measures.
Byron Buxton believes he's the best player in baseball
"Nobody [does] the things that I do. I know that."
Edibles coming to Minnesota's medical marijuana program
MDH also announced it will not add anxiety as qualifying condition.
MBA enrollment up at U, down nationwide
The Star Tribune reports full-time applications at the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management grew by almost 20 percent after falling in 2010. However, MBA enrollment at the University of St. Thomas was still down nearly 20 percent in the fall of last year. Nationally, the Washington Post reports two-thirds of U.S. programs have seen declines.
Report: More Minnesota students going out of state for college
The analysis by the Minnesota Private Colleges Council shows nearly 14,500 students left the state to attend college last year. The majority of those students picked North Dakota State University and the University of North Dakota.
Report: Nearly 3,000 high-tech jobs lost in Minnesota
Nearly 3,000 high-tech jobs were lost last year in the state. However, Minnesota still ranks 17th in the nation for the number of technology-based jobs.
Bemidji State University among America's greenest colleges and universities
The Princeton Review recognized BSU for its efforts to encourage and educate students about being green. This is the second year Bemidji State received national attention for offering and participating in several green initiatives.
Enrollment at Minnesota charter schools quadruples in past decade
A new report from the St. Paul-based Center for School Change found enrollment in Minnesota charter schools has grown to just under 40,000 students. Meanwhile, enrollment at traditional public schools fell five percent in the same time period. Minnesota's first charter school opened 20 years ago in St. Paul.
Minneapolis school district plans to reopen buildings as enrollment goes back up
It wasn't long ago that dwindling enrollment forced painful school closings in Minneapolis. Now a couple of those buildings will likely reopen to help make room for 2,000 additional students over the next four years.
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