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Mall of America Urges Demonstrators to Take Protest Elsewhere

Desiree Griffiths, 31, of Miami, holds up a sign saying "Black Lives Matter", with the names of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, two black men recently killed by police, during a protest Friday, Dec. 5, 2014, in Miami. - Photo: AP/Lynne Sladky

Mall of America officials are urging organizers of a police brutality protest to take their demonstration elsewhere.
    

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Unusual Deal Between Mpls. Park Board, City Over New Downtown Park

We've learned who will own and maintain a big city park in Downtown Minneapolis, right next to the new Vikings stadium. 

Brooklyn Park Father Charged with Assault of 2-Month-Old Son

Dennis Izell Taylor, 20, is charged with first degree assault. - Photo: Hennepin County Sheriff's Office

A Brooklyn Park father is charged with assault after his 2-month-old son was beaten, according to a criminal complaint in Hennepin County.

Dennis Izell Taylor, 20, is charged with first degree assault. The baby was declared brain dead Monday and was on life support Tuesday, the complaint said.

Teens Honored for Rescuing Fishermen who Fell Through Ice in Long Lake

Two teens were recognized for their bravery Tuesday night in Long Lake. It all started when they hoped to catch a fish or two about a month ago. Instead, they ended up reeling in the biggest catch of their lives.

Back on Nov. 23, the weather had just started to warm up after a cold snap. Alex Stark and Cody Clements were ice fishing when they heard someone yelling.

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Superintendent of Mpls. Schools Announces Resignation

The embattled superintendent of Minneapolis schools announced Tuesday she'll step down at the end of January.

Bernadeia Johnson, 55, submitted her resignation to the school board Tuesday, saying she's leaving because commitments to her family have become more of a challenge to her.

Some of Sen. Franken's Questions on Uber Customer Privacy, Data Remain Unanswered

Minnesota Sen. Al Franken wants better answers from Uber car service about customer data and privacy.

He recently sent a letter to the rideshare company, during the latest fallout from an issue sparked by remarks from an Uber executive.

Makeover Slated for Terminal 1 Security at MSP Airport

Going through security at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Terminal 1-Lindbergh is about to change, big time.

The Metropolitan Airport Commission approved consolidating the main terminal's four security checkpoints into a single, 10 lane operation on Monday.