Iggy Azalea cancels tour, including at Target Center

Iggy Azalea cancels tour, including at Target Center

The "Fancy" hitmaker apologized to fans via Twitter but did not give a reason.

Budget talks take a step 'backwards,' Dayton says

Budget talks between Gov. Mark Dayton and House GOP leadership hit a roadblock over education funding and policy.

'Hope' restored to opposing coach after prep golfer's act

A prep golfer's unselfish act as gained attention.

It's May vs. Buehrle after rain delay at Target Field

Mark Buehrle, who has beaten the Twins more than any pitcher in history, is Toronto's scheduled starter vs. Trevor May on a rainy night at Target Field. The game was delayed one hour.

Minneapolis interim schools chief named in Nashville search

Michael Goar, the interim superintendent at Minneapolis Public Schools, is one of 49 individuals who expressed interest in becoming the next superintendent of Nashville Public Schools.

Wood Duck mom keeps her ducklings out of the rain

Wings act as a tent for baby ducks

Minneapolis police and partners launch SafeZone initiative

There will again be more officers out in downtown Minneapolis to counter crime during the summer.

Former Lehman Brothers CEO still doesn't get it

Former Lehman Brothers CEO Fuld still doesn’t get it. The last CEO of the late, great Lehman Brothers, Richard Fuld Jr., talked publicly at some length this week for the first time since the 2008 financial crisis.

Lehman Brothers Ex-CEO Still Doesn't See What Went Wrong

The former CEO of Lehman Brothers investment firm talked publicly after many years out of the public eye, and defended the risk management practices of the firm.

Twins activate Fien, send down Tonkin

The Twins open a three-game series tonight against Toronto. Trevor May on the mound
Minnesota Twins relief pitcher Casey Fien pumps his fist after the Twi...

Twins activate Casey Fien from the disabled list

The righthander had missed 25 games with a shoulder strain. Reliever Michael Tonkin was sent to Rochester to clear a spot for Fien.

Republican leaders come and go as talks continue with Gov. Mark Dayton

House Republican leaders have again arrived at the governor's residence to resume talks with Gov. Mark Dayton as they attempt to end an impasse over education, the environment, jobs and energy bills.
Vikings quarterback Brett Favre

Brett Favre stops by Winter Park to say hello

As if the Vikings weren’t already generating enough storylines this week, Brett Favre was back in the building at Winter Park earlier today. Favre?!? At…

Would you buy a robot dog?

You could program them to respond to DOWN, for one thing

Hear Sean Anonymous' 'Big Bang' with Lizzo and P.O.S.

The track hails from his new album "Better Days," which he'll promote July 17-18 at 7th Street Entry.
Rookie T.J. Clemmings practices during Vikings 2015 rookie minicamp at...

Vikings rookie evaluations: OT T.J. Clemmings

Part 1: Trae Waynes Part 2: Eric Kendricks Part 3: Danielle Hunter You could make a case the Vikings drafted three players in this draft…

Innovative project combines senior and low-income rental housing in the Mill District

The groundbreaking on the project was this week
May 29

Negotiations begin between MN Speaker Kurt Daudt and Gov. Mark Dayton

House Republicans leaders arrived mid-morning at the governor's residence to begin Friday's negotiations to settle this year's legislative season and state budget.
May 29

Wallace likes what he sees from Bridgewater, Vikings offense

Fair or not, the knock on Mike Wallace as an NFL receiver is that he has been a one-trick pony. Few, if any, wideouts can…
May 29

Weekend traffic disruptions: Hwy. 100, I-35E, Mpls. Marathon

Another weekend closure of Hwy. 100 in St. Louis Park and a partial closure of I-35E are the major road closings on tap, and several large events including the running of the Minneapolis Marathon will bring street closures and detours for motorists.
May 29

Another view: Twins are 'tagging along'; success won't continue

Despite their surprising record, here's an opinion that says the Twins are not going to be able to sustain their success as the baseball season wears on.
May 28

Cinnamon Teal

Rare in Minnesota, this one seen in Montana
May 28

Friday Showers - Free Weekend A/C - Minnesota Drought Fading Fast

A sloppy cool front limps across the state today, squeezing out a few hours of showers and possible thunder - nothing severe is expected. Saturday may look and feel like something out of late September or early October with low humidity, bright sun, a cool breeze and unlimited visibility. Clouds increase Sunday PM but I still think we'll salvage a pretty good day. The stickies return next week, nothing oppressive yet, just a taste of what's probably coming later in June and July. I'm amazed by how fast the drought is fizzling. The trends are encouraging...