The Minnesota Daily

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A biker stops behind a car as it passes through the bike lane at the intersection of 15th & University Avenue Southeast Tuesday morning.

City speeds could lower to benefit bikers

January 27, 2016

Cars will always out speed cyclists, but they could soon zip past at a slower pace if bike advocates have their way.     Proponents for lower speed limits are in preliminary talks with local...

Power outage stops Green Line

January 21, 2016

A damaged overhead wire halted Green Line light rail traffic for several stops near downtown Minneapolis Wednesday morning.     Trains were stopped from Downtown East Station to the Target Field...

University student robbed in Marcy

January 21, 2016

A University of Minnesota student was robbed in Marcy-Holmes on Tuesday night, according to an alert sent by the school.     The Minneapolis Police Department responded to an aggravated...

University doctors call for end of high school football over concussion issues

December 9, 2015

Football lays claim to fall weekends for many Americans, but doctors continue to question whether the sport’s impact on young bodies and minds is worth it.   University of Minnesota professors...

Homelessness declining in Minn.

December 2, 2015

While thousands of Minnesotans are without stable housing to protect from frigid nights and the icy breath of winter, the number of homeless in the state has decreased, according a recently released report.    The...

Precinct protests to persist

November 24, 2015

Since Minneapolis police officers fatally shot Jamar Clark on Nov. 15, protesters have continuously staged protests outside the department’s 4th Precinct station and have demanded video footage of...

BLM Protests set to continue

November 24, 2015

Since Minneapolis police officers fatally shot Jamar Clark on Nov. 15, protesters have continuously staged protests outside the department’s Fourth Precinct station and have demanded video footage...

Kaler looks to strengthen U ties in East Asia

November 19, 2015

To build on a relationship forged after the Korean War, University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler recently traveled to East Asia.   Kaler returned Thursday from his trek to South Korea,...

Student robbed in Dinkytown

January 20, 2015

A University of Minnesota student was robbed in Dinkytown Tuesday night, according to an alert sent by the school. Minneapolis police responded to an aggravated robbery on the intersection of 11th Avenue...