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As fulfillment centers take root, suburbs fret over traffic.
Some criticize council's process as rushed.
None of the six people aboard the plane were injured, an MSP spokesperson said.
Newly elected leaders bring diverse voices, backgrounds and experience to local offices.
They are spreading the word: Make way for the plows.
Mandy Meisner of Fridley will become the first person of color on the Anoka County Board, defeating Sean Broom.
After estimates come in at $18.9 million, some are pushing for a referendum.
Coon Rapids apartments are among several new housing projects near the train line.
As synthetic wigs win more admirers, a hugely popular national program that offers real-hair wigs for free is winding down efforts to collect donations.
Council alters city code, but height is still up in the air.
As golfers whacked balls onto a new green, Brooklyn Center Mayor Tim Willson sat nearby, thought of Dubai and allowed himself a grin. Topgolf, the…
The file is expected to be made public Wednesday.
A community room at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs will also soon bear Josie Robinson Johnson's name.
State-issued decals show which for-hire limos have been registered with MnDOT and passed an annual safety inspection.
County and city leaders say their commuting woes are at long last being taken seriously.
Height of inflatable dome, which would be largest in North America, in dispute.
Landowners on the edge of Nowthen had petition to join city of Oak Grove.
Doctors Without Borders exhibit aims to raise awareness of growing crisis.
If voters approve, money would fund park upgrades, teen center, other projects.
The facade grant program could expand next year.
Local and state officials say a recent spike in fatalities is spurring them to take a closer look at safety along Anoka County sections of University and Central avenues NE.
The thief left behind bits of broken glass and a single red sequin on the floor. So began a 13-year-old mystery filled with wild tips…
A man leaving the State Fair with a friend was attacked blocks from the fairgrounds Saturday after walking by what relatives described as a "party…
St. Anthony City Council and mayor push back.
Longtime Twin Cities news anchor Randy Shaver, who beat Hodgkin’s lymphoma 20 years ago and is well-known for raising funds for cancer research, announced on…
Tornado warning issued near Red Wing, where winds gust hits 82 mph.
The company that closed Lowry Grove mobile home park is suing the city, alleging that city officials induced it to oust "undesirable" residents from St. Anthony.
Project will double the space of Circle Pines' Centennial Library.
Project comes at a time of growing awareness around Minnesota's storm shelter standards.
Pollution officials expected air quality to worsen across northern and western Minnesota tonight.
Actors from Northern Starz Children's Theatre in Ramsey are participating for the first time in a national theater program for young people with special needs.
Three bakery employees and a firefighter went to the hospital because of a potent cocktail of cleaning products.
Incident moves Brooklyn Park to be the latest city to re-evaluate its regulations.
A fourth pathologist recently joined the office's 13-person staff to keep up with a growing caseload.
As consumer habits change, vacant hulks get makeovers with new signs of life.
Largely built in the decades following World War II, their age now makes them potentially eligible for the National Register of Historic Places.
To figure out how dogs think, researchers in Stacy are studying a litter of wolf pups.
Investigators found Daniel Gregory Lynn in Michigan.
The Shakopee Republican faces two misdemeanor counts related to being pulled over last weekend in connection with drunken driving.
O'Leary spent four decades sharing this love with students and colleagues. During her career, she co-authored language textbooks, published a book on Norwegian culture and customs and spent summers teaching at the University of Oslo International Summer School.
A new city grant program aims to help Columbia Heights businesses dress up their stores and improve their security.
The 17-year-old boy was last seen July 1.
Wet weather flooded basements, downed trees, jeopardized crops and closed roads.
From Delano to Forest Lake and Afton, July 4th celebrations are so cemented in community tradition that many refuse to even consider the alternative.
United Legacy will look for "month or 10 years" for a missing person.
Police say Wyndale Fayson set his girlfriend on fire at her Minneapolis apartment last fall.
The father, sometimes called the "Godfather of Columbia Heights," and son each held the county board seat for 32 years, but the Kordiak name won't be on the ballot in November.
For years, it's where child protection officials have come repeatedly on reports alleging physical and sexual abuse. It's where an 8-year-old boy was found dead in his pajamas in February.
Bison are being reintroduced on 200 acres near East Bethel, part of a broader project to see what role the storied animals may play in helping save the oak savanna, one of Minnesota's most threatened ecosystems.
Rounds of heavy rain and severe weather are possible Friday and Saturday.
As state seeks to change foster care, it looks to Brooklyn Park couple getting it right.
A driver hit two telephone poles and a parked car, flipping his vehicle, police said.
Authorities are investigating the death of a 25-year-old man on the Leech Lake reservation in Cass County. Officers responded just before midnight Thursday to a…
Brooklyn Park police say a teenager arrested in an attempted sexual assault Friday is also behind a similar incident from last month at a grocery…
Authorities say a man’s body has been found in Otter Tail County. A property owner living in the small city of Henning came across…
One man was injured after gunfire broke out Friday night in St. Paul’s Hamline Park, according to St. Paul police. The shooting happened just…
Latest charges say he swindled at least 15 people, stalked another.
Admission to the new event, hosted by Blue Sun Soda Shop, will be free and 150 soda water samples will be available.
Housemates say he used a frying pan, X-Acto knife as weapons in the attack.
A growing annexation campaign on Nowthen's eastern border has left landowners squaring off against City Hall in this city of 4,600. It's also making office life uneasy for the two neighboring mayors.
Monday marked only the second time on record that the Twin Cities hit 100 degrees in May.
The victims were taken to Hennepin County Medical Center, police said.
East Bethel's embrace of proposed site is "night and day" compared to project's failed foray into Forest Lake.
Parents say the boy, who has autism spectrum disorder and is nonverbal, was left aboard for hours and they want answers.
Two people were injured, with one trapped in a vehicle and taken to a hospital.
Some officials wonder if there's enough of an appetite to support both the Sports Center's new venture and a proposed new athletic complex.
Given six weeks' warning, many feel wronged by the Brooklyn Center senior facility.
Some residents have pushed for making the proposed 70-unit building, near the site of a former mobile home park, even more affordable.
The body of Michael Allen Henry, who had been stopped by police just west of St. Joseph, was found in the Watab River.
Bernie Brown worries old battery casings may be behind health struggles.
The Navy veteran behind the bar always wore jeans to work, even in summer. For 42 years, Steven Wisdorf served up humor, counsel and drinks…
The movie star has rented out a local theater for Katie Kelzenberg and friends to see his new flick, "Rampage."
A bomb threat at Weaver Elementary School in Maplewood led authorities to evacuate and search the building Friday afternoon before declaring the school safe. Maplewood…
City had previously halted cutting near wetlands.
Researchers estimate that anywhere from 7 to 37 percent of firefighters have PTSD, yet the work culture overwhelmingly views treatment as a sign of weakness.