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The Chanhassen City Council voted unanimously Monday night to extend a temporary permit to the Paisley Park museum to operate for 12 more days.The council…
Gov. Mark Dayton called the meeting at the governor's residence in hopes of bringing an end to the weeks-old strike.
She exchanged her recalled Galaxy Note 7, only to have the new phone begin to smoke and melt. Samsung has reportedly halted production of the model.
Its leaders say Republicans have embraced him for too long before this video.
When the state of Minnesota sued big tobacco in the late 1990s, stoic Ramsey County District Judge Kenneth Fitzpatrick caught the case that would cap…
Walter Books, who christened South St. Paul the "booya capital of the world," is stepping down.
The Chanhassen City Council voted Monday night to table a zoning request that would allow Paisley Park, Prince’s recording studio and home, to reopen as…
The Richfield district has identified two students and their mother shot Friday in Minneapolis.
While many are embracing the event and all the activity, others see headaches, traffic and more drawbacks.
A teenage girl was killed and her older sister was injured in a shooting shortly after sunrise Sunday in the 700 block of Sims Avenue…
It's a problem well known to funeral directors, but one that's adding up across the state.
Scott County Board vote ends seven-year battle.
The $6.5 million facility offers hands-on exhibits to educate about pollinators.
The team responded to a call from a suicidal man in Almelund, Minn.
The three people injured in the crash were identified. No patients were on board.
Andrew Roeglin, 22, was thrown from his motorbike while trying to pass a minivan.
Carver County commissioners last week approved a solar power project over the objections of scores of residents while taking steps to short-circuit a similar but…
A group of Chanhassen residents is up in arms over the city’s plans to build a water treatment plant in their Lake Harrison neighborhood, citing…
Backers say archery, gun ranges in South St. Paul and Chanhassen are safe — but neighbors say projectiles are landing too close for comfort.
Luther Wynder believes in the power of transit and plans on more community engagement.
Anoka County Sheriff's Office seeks information.
Zachary T. Anderson remains jailed Monday as authorities put together their case.
Alumni from Central High in St. Paul raised $10,000 even before Sunday's family festival.
Xai Tou Yang stands by an oversized gray bin, bundling his harvest of snakelike green ropes — actually long beans — inside a refrigerated pole…
Deaths occurred in a multi-car crash in Faribault and a hit-and-run in Belle Plaine.
His passenger also died in the rollover in South Dakota.
Rosemount school's ex-athletic coordinator says he was wrongfully fired.
They hope their meeting in Minnetonka fosters a new sense of community.
The goal of "El Super Barrio Latino" is to encourage local Latinos to get involved.
The city may soon require all bowhunters to take a skills test to hunt within city limits.
The results all but guarantee the state will not reach its goal of cutting the achievement gap in half by 2017.
The service will take seniors and others to popular destinations like the bank, grocery store or doctor.
City is among a handful without such a requirement and is facing pushback from owners.
The City Council will vote Tuesday on a $530,000 structure, the latest in a lengthy battle.
Facing a new state requirement to allow tiny trailers on residential lots, many cities are saying no.
An investigation of school board member Melissa Enger found she did nothing wrong.
The religion's tenets — soul travel, reincarnation and the significance of dreams — might seem odd or otherworldly. But the campus has quietly become part of Chanhassen's fabric.
The Northfield project uses radar to detect bikes, giving them time to cross the street.
She also was a kind, easygoing mother and wife who relished gardening, traveling and tap dancing, even shuffling through downtown Minneapolis as part of a tap-dance flash mob in 1979. She died of cancer May 30 in her home in Big Lake, Minn. She was 65.
A council member was censured and removed from her committees at a recent meeting.
Despite some Sand Creek Township residents' concerns about water quality, the mine received a permit.
In a twist on the "tiny homes" trend, a New Brighton company offers 240-square-foot, handicapped accessible trailers designed to sit temporarily in homeowners' backyards when a family member can't quite live independently.
Even young alumni are inspired to give to the South St. Paul Educational Foundation.
From Eden Prairie to St. Paul, eight high schools now have an on-site credit union.
Community passion fueled the course, one of six worldwide.
The plan would have funded additions to all school buildings, including 6 high school gyms.
Some have criticized the transfer, arguing a separate site is essential to students' success.
The Prior Lake-Savage school district's largest tax request in its history — $150 million — would fund a new athletic complex and school, but it isn't sure to be passed.
It is first agency to leave Edina library complex.
The White House's request comes as schools across Minnesota grapple with a generation of students that is more openly advocating for inclusion.
The new exhibit on the Shakopee amusement park runs through October and includes memorabilia from Valleyfair.
Apple Valley High School students took part in an event designed to teach them to manage money.
"Basically, there was no announcement; there was no parent discussion. It was just all the sudden everything was cut," one parent says.
Jim Nicklow cared about every employee in his many restaurants. When a Bolivian-born cook was facing deportation, Nicklow convinced a regular customer to marry the…
Tom Zellmer is retiring after a long run at the school, where folks are like family.
Nearly 30 years ago, neighbors in Columbia Heights rallied around Rita Erickson because her liver was failing. Now she has a baby of her own in Elk River.
Eagan is the latest city after the City Council voted 3-2 to allow such animals weighing less than 200 pounds. A Champlin woman's pet is an example for what people can expect.
The members believe licensed media specialists should be in Eden Prairie's school libraries.
The Miss Czech Slovak Minnesota pageant, held in Montgomery, helps youth connect with culture.
Two Dakota County parks are among the first in Minnesota to use emergency location markers.
Thanks to an army of volunteers, Northern Starz Theatre Company now has a permanent home.
Advocates worry that the house's removal from the city's registry would weaken preservation rules in Minnesota.
Farmhouse Market has all the staples of a natural foods store — except the cashier. If successful, the New Prague market's business model could provide a way for small communities to sustain stores that stock fresh, local food without high staffing costs.
Registration will open on Monday for volunteers to help pick up debris in three locations.
City and county officials in the south metro weighed in on the south-of-the-river road projects most likely to create snags for drivers this spring and summer.
Creepy Crawly provides a temporary home for not-so-cuddly pets
The Mendota Heights school that has won three national titles in four years says consistency is key.
The school district scheduled four days for at-home learning, but some parents are pushing back.
Phyllis Jordan and her husband, Ross, rented out the third floor of their Minneapolis home to college students in the ’60s, regardless of the students’…
Lucas Hobbs, 13, turned his dream to feed others with a food truck into an ongoing operation.
The thin, black line snakes across the St. Louis Park sky, so nondescript it almost disappears. In some places, it's an electric power line. In others, it's just polypropylene twine, attached to a combination of utility poles and mature trees. But it has nothing to do with electricity.
By sharing advice and using high-tech tools, a Twin Cities nonprofit group is able to find lost dogs about two-thirds of the time — free of charge.
Most are looking forward to 9th- through 12th-graders being under one roof.
The city has a new economic development manager to help promote itself to companies.
The repurposed church will be used by seniors and arts groups.
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