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Past articles by Evan:

COVID-19 vaccine clinics at Minnesota schools continue this week, aim for equity

Health experts say making COVID-19 vaccines available for 5 to 11 year olds at school will make it easier for parents to get their kids immunized against the virus. → Read More

Spooktacular! Check out these haunting Halloween homes in Minneapolis

We asked you to share some of the best Halloween decor in your neighborhood. We followed your lead and found some scary scenes and delightful designs. Enter this slideshow if you dare! → Read More

Photos: In Minneapolis, a celebration of George Floyd

On the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s murder, people gathered at the site of his death to find community, support, learn and dance. → Read More

Comfort in the chaos: EMS workers adapt and persist, amid stress of pandemic

The pandemic has brought new challenges to already strained emergency medical services in Minnesota. → Read More

Photos: It’s Lit! Minnesota Zoo illuminates nature for drive by exhibit

Local artists and the Minnesota Zoo have teamed up to bring the zoo to life at night with giant replica animals and a light show that you can see from behind the wheel. → Read More

ChangeMakers: Tufawon, music as an art of resistance

Dakota and Boricua hip-hop artist Rafael Gonzalez, known as Tufawon, wants to hear Indigenous music on heavy rotation on every station. His music blends his experiences growing up and his visions for the future of Indigenous people. → Read More

Photos: Life in a ‘new normal’ of COVID-19

Social distancing, face masks, take out and video chat have started to feel like an ever-evolving "new normal" more than a month into Minnesota's stay-at-home order. Here is a look at how all of our lives have changed since March 27. → Read More

Zoom virtual backgrounds: 15 photos to show your love for Minnesota

Download these Minnesota-themed Zoom virtual backgrounds taken by MPR News photojournalists. → Read More

Photos: A tradition continues as hundreds of Hmong anglers come out for bass tournament

Before the sun came up, nearly 100 boats were in the water and ready to reel in some bass for the Midwest Hmong Outdoors’ July 4 bass fishing tournament. The event began in 2004 and has since grown into one of the biggest Hmong fishing tournaments in the country. Winners can walk away with a $10,000 prize. Teams spent the whole day on the water, buzzing from one spot to another when the fish… → Read More

Photos: A last look inside? James J. Hill Center is closing its doors

After 98 years, the James J. Hill Center is closing on July 3. The Midwest railroad magnate Hill wanted the library to have the most current and accurate materials, and intentionally left out the subjects of law, genealogy, medicine and popular fiction. → Read More

Video: Dad jokes that are so bad they're good

Sure, dad jokes make you cringe and roll your eyes but that's the beauty of the dad joke -- they're so bad that sometimes they're actually hilarious. In honor of Father's Day, we rounded up some of the raddest dads around to tell us their cheesiest dad jokes. → Read More

Photos: Virginia tops Texas Tech 85-77 in overtime in Minneapolis

Virginia beat Texas Tech 85 to 77 in overtime in the national title game. → Read More

Photos: How teens helped save Stillwater from historic flooding 54 years ago

Teenagers, college students, Stillwater residents and state prisoners worked together to save Stillwater in the spring of 1965: They built a dike. → Read More

Thanks, snowbot! 3D-printed snowblower makes shovels obsolete

Meet the St. Paul resident who created a remote control snowblower -- complete with adjustable plow, chute and made almost completely out of 3D-printed plastic. → Read More

ChangeMakers: Jerry Holt, telling Minnesotan stories for decades

A childhood friend bought Jerry Holt his first camera in high school. His desire to tell stories led him to the Star Tribune in October 1990 after college and three years in the Marine Corps. → Read More

ChangeMakers: Farji Shaheer wants to treat gun violence 'like a cancer'

Farji Shaheer created the Next Step program, which helps victims between 12 and 26 who have been shot or suffered other violent injuries. → Read More

Photos: Puppies get ready for competitions at Twin Cities dog show

Meet more than 1,600 puppies representing 103 breeds at the Land O'Lakes dog show that runs this weekend. → Read More

That was this year? MPR News' best photos of 2018

Our staff and freelance photographers have crossed the state and country to make these images, and we hope they can help you stop and feel, something we haven't had much of a chance to do this year. → Read More

Photos: Army of volunteers search for Jayme Closs

Volunteers streamed into a staging area in western Wisconsin on Tuesday to assist in an expanded ground search for a missing teen whose parents were fatally shot in their home last week. → Read More

Photos: Superfans with flair at Vikings opener

These fans enjoyed Sunday's Minnesota Vikings game in style. → Read More