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Adrienne Broaddus


Minneapolis, MN, United States

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Past articles by Adrienne:

Small, black-owned restaurant launches during pandemic, helps rebuild community

A new restaurant is now open in St. Paul's Rondo neighborhood with a mission of reconnecting the community. → Read More

Teen stabbed five times in Anoka County

The teen's mom said she wants the person responsible charged with aggravated assault at minimum. → Read More

Across the state, about 40 black women running for office

This year, there's a record number of women running for office and many have something in common. → Read More

Skyrocketing complaints of fireworks in Minneapolis

Minneapolis records show so far this year there have been 336 fireworks complaints and more than 40 were in May. That is compared to only three complaints last May. → Read More

I read an anti-racism book. Now what?

A Twin Cities book store owner says she can’t keep some popular anti-racism books in stock. → Read More

Child with rare cancer needs Bone Marrow Transplant

Zoe Smith was diagnosed with two types of Leukemia while visiting family in Idaho Falls, Idaho. → Read More

How do you see hope in the middle of a pandemic?

"Hope is finding a bridge and a way to express the caring and support we all want to give." → Read More

Gratitude essential for essential workers

On Sunday, people showed support for the U.S. Postal Service by buying stamps and sharing tributes to mail carriers. → Read More

Dakota County fifth-grade teachers spread joy with chalk messages

East Lake fifth-grade teachers left encouraging messages for their students. The teachers said they were in separate cars and practiced appropriate social distancing → Read More

Worried about COVID-19? Psychologist offers tips to calm anxiety

The number of confirmed cases in the U-S is now above 1,000. That growing number is making a lot of people nervous. → Read More

Poltical landscape shifts with women candidates

Something changed this election cycle. Six women ran for the Democratic Nomination for president. → Read More

Former felon cast ballot on Super Tuesday

Currently, 52,000 Minnesotans are currently not able to vote because they are on probation. The ACLU is pushing to change Minnesota law. → Read More

Cajun Twist owner wants to hire and train 88-ex felons

It is all part of a pilot program called Project 88: Opening Doors to New Beginnings. → Read More

Black History Month: St. Paul's First Female Patrol shares her story

Debbie Montgomery Avenue in St. Paul is named in her honor. → Read More

Decision 2020: What is next for Democrats?

It is the last debate before the Iowa Caucuses. The smaller pool of candidates leads to higher stakes. → Read More

Dream rental home becomes Minneapolis family's nightmare

It was a beauty. But the dream home Dominique White and Lewis McCaleb signed a lease agreement to rent was never theirs. → Read More

Minnesotan woman wins $1,000 to watch Hallmark movies

The company behind the sweepstakes said about 218,000 people applied. → Read More

St. Paul's Open Cities Health Center at risk of closing

The nonprofit health center serves 10,000 low-income, uninsured and under-insured patients. → Read More

Doctors says heart attacks spike during holidays

The holidays are stressful and it can lead to what doctors call "Holiday Heart Syndrome." → Read More

Survivor, son of woman killed in Holidazzle crash, speaks

“She got hit and we didn't. She gave her life for me, I am not going to waste mine.” → Read More