Pioneer Press - Waiting in line for her Harding High School graduation ceremony to begin last June, Chandra Her was heavily decorated.
KARE 11 - Officers with the St. Paul Police Department are literally growing stronger relationships with residents in one neighborhood.
MPR - About a dozen kids got an introduction to solar energy in a pilot program held this summer at a church in north Minneapolis where a community solar array will be installed later this year.
KARE 11 - Every year 1,000 to 4,000 children are born with a mitochondrial disease. Jaymeson Murphy is one of thousands who lives with the genetic disorder that weakens the cells in his body.
Pioneer Press - John Thompson wakes up every morning and remembers the last thing Philando Castile ever said to him: that he loved everybody.
IBT - All eyes of all ages are on Rio de Janeiro as it hosts the Summer Games, but some children watching at home might have trouble seeing themselves in the competitors: In many states, restrictive school policies prevent transgender kids from playing on sports teams that match their gender identities.
StarTribune - Federal officials doubled down on their desire to bring local communities to the table to fight terror recruitment and extremism at a national summit Thursday on the University of Minnesota campus.
KSTP - Valleyfair officials have unveiled plans for the new ride that will take the place of Enterprise, which will be retired this weekend after operating for 38 years.
Minneapolis Youth Coordinating Board