Lopsided grants on Iron Range spark questions of favoritism

The program intended to foster economic growth on the Iron Range has given more money per capita in the past five years for projects in influential state Senate Minority Leader Tom Bakk's district than any other — by about one-third, according to a review of public records.

Immigrant detentions, requests for relief rise in Minnesota

At the downtown Minneapolis Target store, lines slowly inched forward Saturday after the retailer reported problems with its cash registers.

Target checkout systems back up after hourslong outage


Minnesota poll puts Klobuchar in fourth place

Conservation Corps volunteer Sarah Curran planted and marked trees in southeast Minnesota.
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Conservation Corps volunteer Sarah Curran planted and marked trees in southeast Minnesota.

Invasive grasses choke birds' habitat as climate changes

Fluctuating levels on Mississippi, ushered in by warming climate, doom floodplain forests.
Twins right fielder Marwin Gonzalez celebrated his two-run homer in the fifth inning Saturday night.

Twins' rally vs. Royals makes Jake Odorizzi a 10-game winner

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Even before his death last year, the town of Longville, Minn., had erected this statue of its beloved ambassador, Bruno. The dog often slept in the su

Minnesota resort town remembers its beloved dog, Bruno

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This 1926 bungalow is in Minneapolis' Corcoran neighborhood.

Are Twin Cities bungalow homes an endangered species?

A beloved American house style faces new challenges — urban development and a generation of buyers with an HGTV-honed aesthetic.
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When Minnesotans can't afford insulin — but can't live without it

Grant Wilson prepared to install a toilet in a house for Minnetonka’s Senior Community Services.

Funding for nonprofits serving elders shrinks as population grows

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