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A controversial new sculpture at the Walker Art Center that prompted an outcry among Minnesota's American Indian communities will be dismantled, the director said Saturday. The work is partly based on the 1862 hanging of 38 Dakota tribal members in Mankato.
The man's body was found Thursday night by a fisherman.
In total, 18 kangaroos and 18 smaller wallabies — as well as nearly a dozen joeys nursing in pouches — will roam the 5-acre parcel.
By Saturday night, most Minnesota towns will have collected 3 to 4 inches of rain, with a few places surpassing 5 inches — likely the wettest week of 2017, meterologist Paul Douglas said.
After outgrowing the Chanhassen AutoMotorPlex, the monthly show will have room to expand at Canterbury Park.
Meanwhile, inside the Capitol, Trump supporters who said they were not affiliated with the group outside gathered for a rally of their own.
The debut comes six months after the orphan was rescued outside Port Angeles, Wash.
More than $600,00 raised at event to pay for conservation work abroad, access program.
A new program offered by the U.S. Postal Service sends residents free images of their incoming cards and letters via e-mail each day.
The new cub is behind the scenes until she's strong enough to rejoin the pack and see visitors.
Some parts of Minnesota could get heavy snow, and temps could rise up to the 60s by Friday.
At least 10,000 people walked to the Minnesota State Capitol on Saturday to champion the role of science in American life. While organizers billed the event as nonpartisan, it pressed for scientific research in the face of Trump administration rhetoric and cutbacks.
Chris Anderson has become an "ambassador" for MS through advocacy and fundraising.
St. Paul police, who are investigating, said they do not believe the shooting was a random incident.
On busy days, a line of loyal patients would overflow the waiting room of Dr. Harold Ravits’ St. Paul dermatology practice, winding out into the…
Adam Clark disappeared in the Ford Parkway/Minnehaha Park area on Feb. 28.
At least 20 trees at Eagan park will likely die after having bark removed.
Student driver was in the other car, authorities say.
No one was hurt during the incident in the Phillips neighborhood.
Noah McCourt, a former City Council candidate with autism, has become a fixture in local politics.
The goal of the global campaign is to reduce energy waste.
Annual 'Farm Babies' exhibit opens to the public on Friday.
After a year at the helm, Minnesota Zoo director John Frawley has crafted a new vision for the institution's future, scaling back plans for an ambitious expansion campaign that seemed out of reach while refocusing on programming that connects visitors to nature.
He served as sheriff from 1967 to 1994.
Archaeologists unexpectedly find prehistoric artifacts in regional park, prompting another dig.
Tia Annis has opened a taxidermy practice in her home and is taking orders.
A day later, residents around the Zimmerman and Clarks Grove areas were cleaning up and counting their blessings.
Gov. Mark Dayton forcefully denounced Trump's withdrawal of a federal directive that allowed transgender students to use bathrooms corresponding with their gender identity.
Council amendments set up "public forum" for veteran memorials.
He spoke as part of Augsburg College's Scholarship Weekend.
Injured Army veteran Reid Erickson and his family were able to return to Minnesota and all live under the same roof again – thanks to the gift of a donated house.
Denny Laufenburger will now head the "most conservative county in Minnesota."
Inspectors shut off some pumps at a Marathon Oil station after several customer complaints.
The demonstrators, which included many families and children, headed toward the University of Minnesota.
Move follows a 31 percent decline in profits for last quarter of 2016; city officials take the news in stride.
Child neglect charges in the case were dismissed.
For nearly a month, a rotating guard of citizens occupied the park each day, toting American flags and their own handmade crosses.
The Elko New Market crash killed pedestrian Mollie Mahowald, 24, an Army veteran.
Just hours before a federal judge in Washington state suspended the executive order, the coalition filed its own lawsuit.
City Council members will review a proposal to distinguish part of Veterans Park as a "limited public forum," allowing up to five displays on the property.
Betsy Hodges vowed to resist efforts by Trump administration to punish cities over refugees.
Given influx of workers during city's growth, the retail location brings care to where the jobs are.
At least one person died Saturday afternoon in a crash on Interstate 94 in St. Paul, bringing the day’s death toll on Minnesota roads to…
The rally was one of several reported nationwide in the wake of Trump's executive order banning migrants from 7 primarily Muslim countries.
The blaze broke out at a townhouse in the Little Earth housing development.
Shakopee woman said she took the funds to help a friend who is addicted.
Residents rally to restore a cross to the city's veterans memorial.
Ice fishing enthusiasts enjoyed a balmy opener, and a chance to celebrate old and new traditions.
Local farmers jumped to help the Deutsch family, raising more than $10,000 for expenses.
The crash occurred near Interstate 35, police said.
A woman and a man were shot and another man suffered a self-inflicted wound, authorities said.
With snow in the forecast, construction on Nine Mile Creek span pushed to Jan. 17.
More armed officers to be patrolling terminals.
Signs against exploring frozen Minnehaha Falls often ignored.
"It's the people's building. People really expect to be close to and witness their government in action these days."
Instead of looking the other way, Jon Kramer covered the penalty for the cooking and camping guides 40 years overdue at Maryland's Montgomery County Public Libraries.
Robert Hulseman, founder of the party staple, died last week at 84.
The two were found dead on the deck of their Superior home last week.
Mortenson Construction will install additional fasteners on the building's facade to prevent additional damage during extreme weather.
In a year plagued by celebrity deaths, a humorous GoFundMe page wants to keep Betty White safe.
The exterior panels failed early Monday morning, during a stretch of extremely wet and windy weather. One panel fell to the ground.
The 'We Stand with Survivors Rally' comes after accusations against 10 U football players.
Some questioned the message sent by football players boycotting after 10 were suspended in the wake of a sexual assault allegation. Fans also criticized head coach Tracy Claeys for supporting his team's decision to boycott.
With a boycott possible, the U fan base is in a holding pattern regarding plans for San Diego.
Winter arrived nearly two months late in the Twin Cities, but for some Minnesota transplants it was still a surprise.
The White Castle restaurant in Minneapolis’ Longfellow neighborhood served its last slider Sunday morning, closing for a renovation that will transform the space into another…
Chanhassen High School Principal Timothy Dorway was arrested at his home Tuesday morning by agents with the Crimes Against Children Task Force. The case doesn't involve students, district officials say.
Congressman's pension reform bill has been tabled, but retirees say they're still concerned.
Petition asking for sanctuary status a national trend on college campuses after election of Donald Trump.
Longtime Chief Mike Aschenbrener, 57, steps down in anticipation of big changes on the council.
Safety protocols against falls were inadequate, agency ruled.
More than 80 students from Kerkhoven Murdock Sunburg High School will represent the state.
Two of Duluth's signature lighthouses have been added to the National Register of Historic Places, the latest landmarks to join city staples such as the Aerial Lift Bridge, Armory and Union Depot in earning the distinction.
A woman who lived in the structure had been pulled to safety hours before the construction worker's death was confirmed.
Visiting for just four days, Larry Jefferson is the first black Santa to listen to kids' wish lists at the Mall of America.
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