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The district has ramped up its use of technology in a slower, more-targeted way than some neighbors. A presentation Thursday looks at how it’s been going.
But Mound Westonka High School officials’ effort to quell anger for “rushing to judgment” over Harlem Shake dance failed.
Police said they were not searching for a suspect and that the public is not in danger.
In the wake of a massive police response, a 12-year-old boy was held for making hoax calls about a shooter at a New Prague school.
Burnsville School board has vacancy for two-year term The Burnsville School District is looking for a new board member after Paula Teiken resigned with about…
The college accounts for 1,500 jobs and $160 million in economic impact, study finds.
Kira Trevino was last seen Feb. 21 and is presumed to have been killed. Her husband, Jeffrey Trevino, has been charged and remains jailed in her death.
A 15-year-old boy was killed and his 14-year-old brother was wounded Tuesday in St. Paul in a shooting that their father said grew out of…
He and a man who was shot to death were trying to steal drugs from the house, police say.
Bob Ertl was convicted of DWI in December and faced possible downsizing due to budget cuts next year.
Students don't like to be told what to eat and say portions are too small. Lunch staffers seek patience and buy-in to the goal of healthier kids.
Three county attorneys say they're looking to drop drug charges and "take corrective action" in light of St. Paul police crime lab's troubles.
The troubled St. Paul police lab has already suspended testing of drug evidence, and will seek outside help to improve the lab.
Powerful storm blew into metro, killing 1, injuring 30 and putting North Side under curfew.
But the judge will consider joint custody of son who was left behind by Steven Cross and led to believe his mother was dead.
Looking for savings, district may lengthen days, use four-day weeks.
Winter took a Christmastime holiday Monday, with the temp hitting an un-Twin Cities-like 52 degrees.
A holistic healer said she was defamed by a 2009 news story.
At the Wayzata apartment complex owned by Lindahl Properties, swarms of ants and other insects led to a court complaint.
Complaints against Dr. Keith Ostrosky include touching women's breasts.
As workers returned to state offices, the people they serve aren't sure what the shutdown accomplished.
Known as the patron saint of death, her presence in statues, candles and tattoos has mirrored the rise of Mexican drug cartels.
Robin C. Bhattacharyya shot himself Tuesday after killing his ex-wife and her husband, Eagan police said.
Like anyone planning a move, the Twins are getting rid of some things before they go.
Carver County wins accolades as one of the best places in America to grow old in good health.
Rushing rainwater swept two urban explorers into the Mississippi River. A frantic rescue ensued, but one died.
A pregnant woman who was a passenger in a car hit broadside by a pickup truck Saturday in Scott County miscarried as the result of the crash, the Minnesota State Patrol reported Sunday.
Like many small bakeries, it has faced growing competition from supermarkets; the recession was the final straw.
Kari Palashewski lost her daughter in a car crash but miraculously gained a granddaughter. "Nobody knew Jamie was even pregnant. I don't know if she even knew."
A proposed potato-processing plant sparks opposition from folks who are fearful of odors, traffic and water-use issues.
It was business as usual at the Edina center after two boys were shot and injured in a parking lot.
A world geography teacher and his Clearwater Middle School colleague used a two-week adventure on the tallest mountain in the Americas to create a compelling schoolwide event for students back home.
How many chickens does it take to make a farm? How many cows must a landowner have to qualify as a farmer? And do grazing horses a real farm make?
The city expects need to grow as economy has ripple effect.
A coalition says bumper-to-bumper backups between Rogers and Monticello hurt businesses and fray drivers' nerves.
The economy has halted the ambitious project, which might be scaled back and reassessed.
Seen as a way to improve safety along rural highways, they have instead sparked noise complaints from residents and fixes by the counties that installed them.
In posting as Paul Bunyan, Richard Mark turns heads wherever he goes.
Corinna Township is issuing shoreline construction permits that Wright County officials maintain are invalid and illegal.
Dylan Kaskinen was drunk when he killed his passenger. Now, after violating probation, he was sent for treatment.
Watch out for wild parsnip: It can cause severe blisters.
The $238 million project -- more than 50 years in the making -- is expected to drive development in the southwest metro. A grand opening ceremony will be at 12:30 p.m. today.
Protests are planned today at St. Joan of Arc in south Minneapolis over the archdiocese's order about a gay pride event there.
"The emergency is taken care of"; now the hunt is on for the source of the contaminated groundwater that led to the vapor alert.
The U's Bell Museum is hoping to make biology relevant and fun doing a nature census.
Mortenson Construction has not met its goals for hiring minority workers and contractors so far in construction of the new Twins ballpark. But the company assured state officials it will honor its commitment.
Tons of contaminated soil from the site of the new Twins stadium is piled in a flood plain beside the Minnesota River while the Ballpark Authority, contractors and the state wrangle over its disposal.
Forest Lake deputy fire chief Bruce Wightman describes rescuing two children from a fire in a mobile home early Wednesday morning. Photo courtesy KSTP-TV