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For wide receiver Phillip Howard, patience is key this year.
Howard is in his first season playing for the Gophers, and by adjusting to the passing game, looks to continue to make headway against Minnesota’s next opponent, Nebraska. He has 103 yards receiving, which ranks third on the team.
This Thursday, as a part of its Sustainability Film Series, the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment will screen “Luen Hai: Decoding the Connection,” a documentary that explores the trail of technological waste from Minneapolis to Hong Kong.
The Sioux Chef is a Twin Cities-based culinary group that focuses on reviving precolonial Native American food. Since opening in 2014, The Sioux Chef’s message has taken the form of a catering business, food education nonprofit, cookbook and upcoming restaurant.
City Council Member Jacob Frey was confirmed as the winner of Minneapolis's mayoral race Wednesday.
Frey claimed victory over Raymond Dehn in the fifth round of ranked-choice tabulation, with a total of 46,716. Dehn finished second with 34,971. Incumbent Betsy Hodges was eliminated after the forth round of tabulation.
Steve Fletcher has won the Ward 3 City Council race, defeating Socialist Alternative candidate Ginger Jentzen on the third-round of ranked-choice tabulation.
Fletcher received 4,861 votes, putting him over the top of the 4,797 votes needed for election.
The race was highly contested, with three candidates finishing election night’s first-choice ballot separated by 745 votes of the 9,592 total votes cast.
Incumbent Ward 6 City Council Member Abdi Warsame took over 50 percent of the first-choice votes on Tuesday night, narrowly beating opponent Mohamud Noor, who took 47 percent.
No clear winner emerged in the competitive Minneapolis Ward 3 city council race Tuesday night.
Four candidates ran a close race in the ward, which covers the Marcy-Holmes and Dinkytown neighborhoods. The council seat for the nearly 30,000-person district was left open by City Council Member Jacob Frey’s mayoral bid. Voters can expect an announcement with the winner Wednesday at the earliest, following rank-choice tabulation.
Melvin Carter III is poised to become the next mayor of St. Paul.
Carter was at almost 51 percent of votes with all precincts reporting. Ranked-choice voting rules dictate the winner needs more than 50 percent of votes. Pat Harris came in with the second most votes at just under 25 percent.
Around 50 attendees at DFL Rep. Raymond Dehn’s election party watched the Minneapolis mayoral candidate take in about 17 percent of first-choice votes on Tuesday night.
In a crowded field of mayoral hopefuls, Jacob Frey led Minneapolis’ election late Tuesday night.
Chris Meyer, the DFL candidate for Minneapolis Park Board District 1, lead the Minneapolis Park Board race Tuesday night.
Around 50 people made up the group waiting on election results at Gandhi Mahal Restaurant on East Lake Street Tuesday, where incumbent Mayor Betsy Hodges acknowledged her initial prospects weren't promising.
High voter turnout for the Minneapolis municipal elections Tuesday caused ballot shortages and voting slowdowns at some polling locations.
Turnout reached about 43 percent, the highest rate in two decades, according to the city of Minneapolis. Election workers at some polling places resorted to photocopying blank ballots when they ran out of official documents near poll close.
For the the Minnesota women's basketball team, the 2017-2018 season will be the accumulation of lessons learned.
Minnesota finished with a 15-16 record last year, landing 10th in the Big Ten. With 10 players returning, the Gophers have a team built from experience to showcase what they’ve learned. The Gophers face Lehigh to start the season Nov. 11, where that experience will be in full display.
Minnesota heads in to its match against Purdue as No. 2 in the country, with a 23-2 record to boot.
Many of the team's key contributors are from this year's freshman class. Stephanie Samedy, Lauren Barnes, and Jasmyn Martin have all played extensively for the Gophers this season, with 22 starts or more by each.
In 2016, Johnson launched a program that aims to help special education teachers use behavioral and demographic student data to create goals and changes in their classrooms. Today, the program is expanding to include mainstream classes.
As ballots were tallied around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, Ward 3 City Council Member Jacob Frey led a pack of 16 mayoral hopefuls with 25 percent of first-choice votes.
Frey pulled ahead of Tom Hoch and Mayor Betsy Hodges, who sported 19 and 18 percent of first-choice votes, respectively. State Rep. Raymond Dehn and former Minneapolis NAACP President Nekima Levy-Pounds rounded out the top five, each sporting under 18 percent of first-choice votes.
Cam Gordon, the unopposed Green Party candidate for Minneapolis City Council’s Second Ward, secured his victory shortly after polls closed Tuesday.
University of Minnesota student and faculty voters trickled into campus area polling places for the Minneapolis municipal elections Tuesday.
Polls opened at 7 a.m. for the 2017 municipal elections, where candidates are competing for Minneapolis mayor, city council and park board. Area residents gave a number of reasons for their votes throughout the day. Polls close at 8 p.m.
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