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The city may implement "quiet zones" at up to seven railroad crossings as it redevelops areas.
Crystal Spring was arrested May 19 after witnessing someone else's arrest.
A residential treatment center in Burnsville has won approval to house two more clients than the city allows, but it now faces restrictions that had…
Facing a new state requirement to allow tiny trailers on residential lots, many cities are saying no.
50th year may be the last for the suburb's popular July 4th event.
He looks to turn vacant West St. Paul building into youth homeless shelter.
Deal means the Grannis family property will be preserved indefinitely.
Reporters will be allowed to cover the hearing, but no audio or visual recording or sketch artists will be allowed.
Dakota County objected that it was paying too much into the regional body, which funds transit projects including light-rail and bus rapid transit, and wasn't getting enough back.
Dakota County commissioners say they're putting in more than they're getting back.
It’s the beginning of the end of an era. As long as Apple Valley has existed — and even before, when it was tiny Lebanon…
The half-century-old institution on Hwy. 52 in Hampton, is facing a $3,500 fine for having 14- and 15-year-olds work more than state laws allow.
The special administrator will be allowed to hire entertainment industry experts to help maximize the value of Prince's estate.
In the works for years, the tract in Inver Grove Heights would be protected as a nature preserve.
Dakota County parks officials are trying to get more people to recycle, whether they’re hiking for an afternoon, renting a park facility for an evening…
Renovations at 339-unit complex are forcing renters to either move out or pay more.
Bremer Trust, which is handling Prince's estate, will be responsible for preserving the paintings, photographs, signs and other tributes collected.
The latest — and last — members of Prince's ever-evolving, elusive inner circle face a firestorm of questions about his apparent illnesses and sudden demise.
Mark Ulfers will receive a $115,000 settlement.
With the approval of most of Prince's siblings, a Carver County judge Monday confirmed the appointment of Bremer Trust, National Association as special administrator to manage the late musician's assets.
The order followed an informal hearing via conference call.
Needs are rising despite a dip in statewide figures.
Entertained by some of the local music scene's biggest names. the crowd sang and danced at downtown party Thursday night.
Officials shared memories of the music legend.
The decision came two weeks after zoning changes for an Islamic community center were denied.
The first time Phil Jenni saw the land, it was just a satellite image on a computer screen. Still, he could see the potential —…
Justices hear live arguments as Lakeville North students listen and learn.
Panel rejects a zoning change that would have allowed Madina Community Center continue operating.
Lakeville man contended he acted in self-defense against sexual assault.
Dennis Erickson's collection of 30,000 model cars, the product of a six-decade habit, covered nearly every surface in his home.
Most of the charges were dropped against Jason Bartholomay in plea bargain.
Amid burgeoning population growth, officials appeal for help.
County Board committee approves plan to construct a second natural gas pipeline through regional park.
SkimStop program checks gas pumps for tampering.
The store is arguing that an ordinance limiting any sales of sexually explicit DVDs is unconstitutional.
One will provide walking-distance access to the Heart of the City in the downtown area.
At the intersection of Pilot Knob and Wescott roads in Eagan, the city’s old town hall shines bright white in the winter sun. Cedar…
Baby boomers want to age in their own homes, but most suburbs weren't built with older adults in mind.
Officials from four suburban counties want to change how the regional planning agency is run.
Locals are worried a gas line through Lebanon Hills will disrupt the natural space.
Castle Rock Township must issue a permit after its denial was deemed "arbitrary."
Municipalities, businesses are spared the expense of the $65 million cleanup.
Attendance is up at the performing arts center, which relies on city money and donations.
Construction manager died of his injuries.
Crews responded to a possible explosion and fire in Lakeville Thursday morning.
With less demand for trains, rail yards fill up and companies turn to unused stretches of track for long-term storage, raising aesthetic, environmental and other concerns.
Officials disagree on whether to renovate the Dakota County history museum or start from scratch.
As days get colder and binge-watching season hits full swing, Dakota County residents can stream movies and TV shows for free with nothing more…
Brandt Richardson has been the county's top executive since 1992.
Visits were up 20 percent overall last year, while across the nation, fewer people are enjoying the great outdoors.
Public sector consultant Tony Schertler will start the job on Jan. 11.
With a winter like the one we're having, local governments are piling it up — extra cash, that is.
Visitors to Scott County parks and trails next year can expect to pay a bit more if they want to walk their dog, ride their…
City Council's vote was put off last week after questions from council members and residents.
Putting land into trust would take the parcels off city's tax rolls.
Local governments face retiring baby boomers and ever-moving millennials.
To avoid major cuts, they're trying to reduce their reliance on money from county budgets.
Payments for booze, parties and hair stylists were among improper receipts found, but investigators say there is little evidence of sexual harassment at the U's athletics department during Norwood Teague's tenure.
When residents walked into Burnsville’s community development office, a receptionist used to be waiting to help with questions about permits or licenses. That was before…
In 1968, three young priests were assigned to St. Stephen's Catholic Church in south Minneapolis. The pastor there had retired, the Second Vatican Council had…
It's not clear who will be able to serve the program's clients, mostly the elderly.
The new County Road 101 bridge should loosen one bottleneck — for a while.
The new bridge between Shakopee and Chanhassen sits higher above Minnesota River flooding.
The reports include a review into sexual harassment in the athletics department and an internal financial audit under former athletic director Norwood Teague.
Jason Bartholomay has been charged with one count of impersonating an officer and three counts of prohibited use of colored and flashing lights on his vehicle.
Brad Tabke, 36, brought changes that at times divided the blue-collar city, and after a recent election, his legacy is unclear.
Diane Skelley and Terry Kahle win 50% of vote.
Bill Mars made Shakopee history Tuesday night, becoming the first mayor to be elected to two nonconsecutive terms.Mars, who served as mayor from 2002 to…
When Misba Rehman and his family moved to Rosemount, they knew their brand-new house came with a neighborhood full of quiet, winding streets. They didn’t…
Robert James Schueller was sentenced to 5 years in prison.
Letter cites ongoing hazing and 'alcohol-related' misconduct, including giving liquor to minors.
Shakopee is offering up more than 5,000 square feet of downtown retail space for new shops during the holiday season. Tenants will get Mondays…
Title IX requires schools to investigate, but some say process is deeply flawed.
Bert Chamberlain made it from St. Paul to the Gulf of Mexico (with a few detours along the way).
An envisioned full-service neighborhood with housing, offices, a grocery store and a movie theater has given way to apartments and a business park.
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