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Religion and English teacher Karen Ostendorf is the second educator this year fired from Totino-Grace High School in Fridley, Minnesota, for being gay.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak is hoping to turn Minnesota's new marriage law into a tourism opportunity.
Same-sex couples received nearly 1 in 3 marriage licenses issued in Minnesota since they were allowed to wed, The Associated Press found in a statewide survey of the first month's impact of the new gay marriage law.
A church in Minneapolis made history on Saturday by ordaining an openly gay minister for the first time.
Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau and her partner on and off the force Sgt. Holly Keegel got married Friday.
Former state Democratic Party chair and prospective Santa Fe mayoral candidate Javier Gonzales posted in a blog today that he is gay.
Gonzales came out on the website Familia es Familia, which works to “build support among Latino communities for acceptance of gay and lesbian family members,” according to the site. The headline over the post is, “My Renewed Faith in Santa Fe.”
Paula Overby, a 59-year-old transgender woman, announced her candidacy today, Aug. 12, for Minnesota's 2nd Congressional District in the 2014 election.
A 45-year-old Maple Grove man has been charged with vandalizing a Maple Grove church, writing anti-gay marriage slogans and bible verses on the building.
Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) is celebrating his state’s recent legalization of same-sex marriage in a very special way: through song, while strumming on a guitar.
As earlier anticipated, at 12:01 AM this morning same-sex marriage became legal in Minnesota and Rhode Island, upping the number of states where gay couples can be legally wed to 13.