About 100 people rallied in downtown Minneapolis over the weekend to protest a proposed constitutional amendment that would ban same-sex marriage.
Climate change in Minnesota is clearly seen at night
A lot of warm days and far fewer chilly nights.
Driver, 83, killed in collision with semi-truck in Northfield
The Northfield man died at Hennepin County Medical Center.
Impatient driver who fatally struck woman outside Taco Bell sentenced
Tammy Renae Olson was sentenced to four years in prison.
Police: Teens 'careen recklessly' in stolen BMW, Mercedes in north metro
They ended up crashing the stolen vehicles, with two arrested and two others on the run.
Charges: California woman embezzled over $1M from MN employer
Mai Xiong faces several federal charges in the case.
Shot woman who sparked appeal found injured at Twin Cities hotel
Authorities began searching for Hsa Say early Monday morning.
Development may bring changes to Stonebrooke Golf Club in 2023
The popular southwest metro golf course offers scenic views of O'Dowd Lake.
Homeowners alert DNR to grouse hunting complaints in Northland
Some hunters are allegedly shooting directly in front of houses.
Charges: Teen couple tortured children while babysitting in St. Paul
A doctor called this "the worst case of abuse he has seen in over 20 years."
New apartment proposal could spell the end for Myth Live
Myth Live in Maplewood has a spotty past with the surrounding community.
Police trying to find woman, 18, who was shot at in St. Paul
Police are looking for help finding the woman.
President Obama opposes Minnesota's same-sex marriage amendment
Obama's Minnesota campaign team on Monday said the president opposes a constitutional amendment that would limit marriage to opposite-sex couples. "While the President does not weigh in on every single ballot measure in every state, the record is clear that the President has long opposed divisive and discriminatory efforts to deny rights and benefits to same sex couples," a spokeswoman said.
Capella University opposes marriage amendment
Minneapolis-based Capella University, an online learning center, announced Friday that it officially opposes the proposed constitutional amendment that would effectively ban gay marriage in Minnesota. Capella officials say theirs is the first major higher education institution to stand against the amendment.
Some well-known Republicans say they're against move to ban same-sex marriage
Some prominent GOPers are speaking out against a proposed constitutional amendment that would ban same-sex marriage in Minnesota. Among them are Rep. John Kriesel of Cottage Grove and consultant Wheelock Whitney.
Local Thomson Reuters executives oppose marriage amendment
The top Minnesota-based executives with Thomson Reuters have come out against the proposed constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage. The company joins two other prominent Minnesota companies, General Mills and St. Jude Medical, in opposing the amendment.
Marriage amendment supporters to rally at General Mills headquarters
Earlier this month, the Golden Valley-based company publicly opposed the constitutional amendment that would ban same sex marriage in Minnesota. WCCO reports people in favor of the measure -- that will be on the ballot in November -- plan to protest outside the General Mills headquarters Tuesday through Friday.
Lutherans voice opposition to marriage amendment
The Star Tribune reports the majority of Lutheran representatives attending an annual assembly of the Minneapolis Area Synod of the ELCA voted against the constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage. This is the first major Lutheran body to go on the record against the amendment. The St. Paul Area Synod will hold its annual assembly in May.
St. Paul Lutherans to oppose marriage amendment
St. Paul-area Lutherans are expected to go on record this weekend against the proposed marriage amendment to the state Constitution that would define marriage as a union between a man and woman. Nearly 600 Lutherans, representing about 115 congregations in the St. Paul Area Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, are scheduled to vote Saturday in Burnsville.
Poll suggests more Minnesotans oppose constitutional marriage amendment
A new survey from Public Policy Polling shows 49 percent of respondents reject the proposed amendment that would define marriage as only being between one man and one woman. The poll indicates 43 percent favor the amendment to ban same-sex marriage in Minnesota. Four months ago, a PPP survey showed 48 percent supported the amendment and 44 percent opposed it. Minnesota voters will decide in November.
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