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At St. Joseph's Church in Barron and at St. Peter's Church in neighboring Cameron, dozens of churchgoers gathered in the same spaces where they had prayed for nearly three months for the safe return of Jayme Closs.
Officials say they're drawing up "ADA transition plans" to ensure better accessibility with streets, sidewalks and intersections.
A survivor alleges that Lakeville South High School should have protected students.
Statues are disappearing from displays across state.
As the wife of former Minnesota Gov. Wendell Anderson, Mary McKee put her three children first throughout her husband's political career even though she had three degrees of her own.
No animals or people appeared to be hurt, officials said.
The Inver Grove Heights official was suspended for three days without pay.
Salaries, human services and building projects add to county budgets.
New business helps make genealogy links, guides tours for Minnesotans.
Mild spell irritates skiers and brings out the sun-lovers
Ski slope can now stage 10 concerts a year, despite neighbors' noise concerns.
County officials have received at least five inquiries on how to purchase it.
Mayor Jacob Frey and American Indian leaders made an impassioned plea for unity Sunday at a crowded public meeting, which was hastily called in response to complaints of harassment of aid workers at the camp in south Minneapolis.
The bridge was closed for 15 months for repairs to its deck. Dozens gathered to celebrate the ribbon-cutting.
A former Dakota County Community Development Authority employee is facing theft charges.
She eventually became a professor at the University of Minnesota at a time when such a path was rare for women.
A man who died after becoming trapped in a grain bin in northwestern Wisconsin has been identified.
Matt Fulton alleges a council member's negative comments violated a separation agreement.
The city determined Nealon Thompson had engaged in repeated sexual contact with a lower-ranking city employee, according to city records.
Eden Prairie man says brother's addiction and death will drive his Oxford studies.
Authorities believe he drowned and are still looking for his girlfriend.
Fatoumata Jaiteh founded a nonprofit called "From Mother To You," which helps Gambian mothers get supplies and resources they need after they have a child.
City officials are scrambling after firm diverts trash, landfill fees.
Joshua Hoyt beat six others to secure a City Council seat.
An event in Minneapolis on Sunday commemorated the 100-year anniversary of Armistice Day, the date World War I finally ended and many believed longstanding global peace was within reach.
The recording and transcripts of a 911 call made by two Shakopee women who drowned last month, just released by Chaska police, offer new details…
The West St. Paul elections capped a year in which the city manager resigned under pressure from some council members.
Dakota, Stearns are first in state to test technology.
They call the practice out of touch in an age when rabid dogs rarely roam and people have other ways to find their missing pets.
Hundreds gathered in the rain to remember the three Girl Scouts and a parent who were struck and killed by a pickup truck that left the road while they picked up trash along a rural highway in western Wisconsin.
Before police in Kansas City, Mo., found the 10-by-12 foot tunnel used as a teaching tool, funds had been raised to replace it.
Eagan police tweeted that no gasoline was leaking from the tanker.
The man drove a black-and-white car with flashing lights on top.
Authorities warn drivers as they investigate who put hazards in cars' paths.
Initiative provides buses from Hastings and a $5 Metro Transit pass.
Their car veered off the road into the water. Family and friends who stood vigil prepared to gather again to bury the women.
Two bodies were pulled from a murky pond in Chaska late Sunday, bringing a frantic two-day search for two 19-year-old cousins and best friends from Shakopee to a tragic end.
West St. Paul, Dakota County officials moving toward agreement before the funding can expire.
Boy had been released to his parents after allegedly killing his older brother.
Dakota County is pleased with new support system.
City wants to add a social worker to help with calls from disabled tenants.
Two adult males and one juvenile male were hurt in a Sunday night shooting.
At least one person died Sunday afternoon when a silver SUV spun off eastbound Interstate 94 and onto the grassy side of the interstate near W. Broadway Avenue in Minneapolis.
Brainerd, International Falls broke records for high temperatures Sunday.
In all, 34 government agencies and private companies took part in what the U.S. Coast Guard calls its Area Maritime Security Training and Exercise Program.
Council members, staffers expressed concern over gun cameras, other issues.
"We're just so thankful; it could have been so much worse," Howe said.
John Howe was injured Sunday along with Tim Droogsma, his campaign manager.
A Worthington man died Saturday morning in an apparent hunting accident in southwestern Minnesota, according to the Nobles County sheriff's office.
Graw introduced legislation to create a network of suburban junior colleges and then lobbied to locate one of them in his hometown, earning him "Mr. Normandale."
MV Eagan Ventures, owned by the Wilfs, has proposed a Scandinavian-themed four-star hotel and conference center as part of the 200-acre Viking Lakes development in Eagan.
The State Fair broke an all-time attendance record Saturday, with 270,426 people walking through its gates. Sunday's attendance figure wasn't immediately available, but by Monday, the fair could easily meet or even break its overall attendance record and hit the 2 million mark.
Eleven hatchlings, each the size of a silver dollar, were found Tuesday by park officials.
He roamed the halls introducing himself, coming up with ideas and writing notes to every teacher and high school graduate.
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar remembered the late Sen. John McCain as a friend as well as a colleague, while Al Franken recalled his first encounter with the late Arizona senator.
Gary Anger, the superintendent of Shakopee schools, died of cancer Sunday. Anger started in the district in July 2017.
Pilot reported smoke in cockpit shortly before plane went down. Two passersby pulled him away from the fiery wreckage.
Marker had been in storage since the school built its new football stadium five years ago.
Chief Brian Lindquist said he wasn't happy about the decision but vowed to move on.
With the inaugural training camp winding down, residents say their new neighbors kept traffic at bay, problems to a minimum and brought crowds streaming to local businesses.
Chief Brian Lindquist has served as police chief for 12 years and said the request was surprising.
The 2-year-old boy was struck by a skid loader Sunday afternoon and later died.
A 64-year-old man is dead after his motorcycle left the road, hit a sign and rolled over.
Goldy was located and returned to his owners Sunday.
New trail segments help boost regional park visits to 58.3 million in 2017.
In debt from the Robert Street reconstruction, city will ask voters to OK levy.
Existing MVTA route will now extend to the community college, located in Rosemount.
A committee considered the most fitting site for a permanent monument to Scott Patrick, killed in 2014.
State studies indicate that up to 55 percent of the private wells used by Coates residents may have nitrate levels above drinking water standards.
A man died in north Minneapolis Sunday night after being shot near North Commons Park, where hundreds were gathered to play kickball, according to Minneapolis police.
Civil rights suit in shooting could lead to huge payout.
Garbage-to-ethanol plant in Inver Grove Heights still needs approvals.
The ruling upholds a previous decision by the Minnesota Court of Appeals, as well as the original district court ruling.
A mother and daughter were killed when a boulder fell off a truck and crashed into their car.
A decade after University of Minnesota officials first imagined UMore Park as a utopian eco-village, a more modest plan for developing the nearly 5,000-acre property in Dakota County is taking shape.