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Trans-Violence Part 2: Interview with Allison Woolbert

Part 2 in a 3 Part Series. Click here to read Part 1. She began to rush me screaming a series of transphobic slurs in...

Police reveal additional details about Ty Hoffman’s run from authorities

The Ramsey County Sheriff’s office released new information about the whereabouts of Ty Hoffman before and after he allegedly murdered LGBT community leader Kelly...

Bragging on Minneapolis: The top 10 ways the city made LGBT history

Minneapolis has shaped national LGBT politics in subtle and profound ways. San Francisco and New York City are often credited as the cradle of...

Conservative parents blast LGBT community at Anoka-Hennepin School Board meeting

The controversy of whether LGBT students should even exist in the Anoka-Hennepin School District has roots extending as far back as 1992. And it...

Star Tribune coverage of Cece McDonald questioned

The Star Tribune was the only news outlet in the country to not identify Cece McDonald as a transgender woman in stories about her...

Ty Hoffman bail set at $2 million, complaint suggests murder was premeditated

The Ramsey County Sheriff's Office has released the criminal complaint against Ty Hoffman who is accused of killing LGBT community leader Kelly Phillips in...

Fundraiser launched to aid capture of Kelly Phillips’ killer

Friends and family of Kelly Phillips have launched a fundraiser to aid in the capture of Ty Hoffman who police have accused of murdering...

Alleged 19 Bar shooter tweeted about guns, violence

Devon Michael Glen Strouss, suspected of shooting two people at the 19 Bar on Oct. 15, was released on reduced bail last week. The...

Minneapolis City Council creates Transgender Equity Council

On Friday, the Minneapolis City Council unanimously passed a resolution establishing a permanent 15-person council charged with providing the city council recommendations for policies...

Franken to Dept. of Ed: Publish names of schools that ask to discriminate

Sen. Al Franken is among eight Democratic Senators asking the Department of Education to make public the names of schools that ask for an...