Homeless shelter capacity to double in Twin Cities

Officials have announced a possible record-breaking investment in building a new Dorothy Day homeless shelter in St. Paul.

If demands not met, Black Lives Matter to protest Red Bull skating event in Minn.

The Black Lives Matter movement in St. Paul, Minn., has threatened to shut down the national Red Bull Crashed Ice tour event, which starts at the Cathedral of St. Paul.

Minnesota company aids food pantries, meal for meal

A new business hopes to go national with its model that lets diners donate money from certain meals at restaurants to certain food pantries,.

Hmong priest finds 'different vision of Christ' in Episcopal church

In June 2013, Toua Vang became the first Hmong man in the world to be ordained an Episcopal priest, and is now pastor of the only Hmong-majority Episcopal church anywhere.

His roots are in Catholicism, but the Episcopal church offered an option for non-celibate priesthood. "I come from the Hmong culture, and men are expected to have a family," he said.