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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.
Molniy, the Minnesota Zoo's oldest tiger, died Sunday from health complications related to aging, officials said.
Halima Aden said she entered the competition to break barriers for Muslim women and counter the prevalent notion that they are oppressed.
The officer now faces an internal affairs investigation over his use of force.
Halima Aden aims to defy stereotypes without compromising her religious beliefs.
Vance Zahorski, an avid fisherman, earns $120,000 investment for his fishing line cutting ring.
"Brown Friday" means all hands are on deck at Roto Rooter for its busiest day of the year.
Even with topping $18 million, donors and nonprofits express frustration with GiveMN site.
The charges were met with tears and relief from Philando Castile's friends and family.
After a beautifully long fall, rain will give way to freezing temperatures and snow this week, officially sending Minnesota into the throes of wintry weather.
The pins are being worn as an expression of support for those who feel Trump's election has made them vulnerable.
The "taxpayer's best friend" died Sept. 30 — too late for election officials to remove his name from the ballot.
Train car carrying propane began leaking Friday near Ellendale, Minn.
Twin Cities voters went to the polls in a steady stream Tuesday evening, but by about 5 p.m. there were few signs of a late rush like the one that polling places saw in the early morning.
Police have released the identities of an Apple Valley couple who died in a murder-suicide Wednesday evening. Alan Lee Josephson, 49, fatally shot his wife,…
New owners say the incident occurred before they bought the ski hill.
CAIR calls for a hate crime probe into the vandalism.
Lino Lakes man who 20 years ago killed three people in drunken-driving crash charged with another DWI
James Hoffoss, 52, was arrested on Saturday and recorded a blood alcohol content that was twice the legal limit.
Minneapolis City Council Members Alondra Cano and Jacob Frey have participated in solidarity.
River Liquor Store owner estimates damage at more than $150,000 after crash destroys scotch and whiskey section.
BCA will investigate shooting that came after chase across 3 counties.
Restaurant known for its ornate decor and indoor fish pond has struggled since the recession.
Joseph Rongstad crept in neighbor's home overnight to rifle through city documents.
He was arrested at his home in Pine City without incident.
Both parents were charged in Dakota County District Court on Thursday.
On provisional release, he was charged with felony stalking Tuesday.
About 75 people rallied and marched in Edina Saturday to protest police brutality, blocking a busy intersection in midafternoon. The gathering, organized around the theme of "I Am a Man," was held to address the issues of racial profiling and police violence against black men.
The Minneapolis police officers involved in the November 2015 fatal shooting of Jamar Clark did not violate department policies and will not face discipline, according to Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau.
Weapon possession landed felon back in prison for five year sentence, which has now been vacated.
The crash shut down the highway from noon Tuesday into the evening.
Even as rock legend keeps a silence, his school exults.
A head-on crash Tuesday between two semitrailer trucks on Interstate 90 in Winona County killed both drivers, police said. A stretch of the interstate was…
Lawyer says he represents at least six others suing the Hopkins juice plant.
Somali-Americans in Minnesota are revisiting security measures. "There's tremendous concern immediately," said Jaylani Hussein, of CAIR's Minnesota chapter.
Delta said it has reached out to the doctor about the incident and has said "we take this issue seriously."
The performance promises throwbacks to classic Pink Floyd as well as new solo songs.
The girls' soccer coach has pleaded his case with the school board to return to work.
Minnesota’s cold-weather rule takes effect Saturday, preventing income-eligible residents from having their heat shut off during the state’s most bone-chilling months. Under the law, customers…
Witnesses said they saw the helicopter flying northeast suddenly experience distress. They heard a pop, saw the rotary blade stop turning, then saw the helicopter drop from the sky like a "fireball."
The boy, a second-grader at Challenger Elementary, would have turned 8 later this month.
Senator doesn't want fans to have to fight with online scalpers for access to events.
Students decried a painting with "Build the Wall" on Washington Avenue Bridge as hate speech, but the university deemed it protected.
The 2-vehicle crash happened at midday Friday.
Police say that a man and a boy and girl in their early teens were shot and killed early this morning in south Minneapolis' Wenonah neighborhood, and that an adult female was wounded.
Subcontractors also out money after never getting paid for their work.
Mediator gets sides back to table after demonstration Tuesday morning.
Crews with a bulldozer punched a hole in the building before court order stopped demolition.
An 18-year-old Prior Lake woman was killed in a single-vehicle crash early Saturday in central Minnesota. Officers responded to the scene in Morrison County just…
A revised bag policy has led to long lines as well since the Gophers' home opener on Sept. 1.
With two weeks before the Ryder Cup starts at Hazeltine National Golf Club, local homeowners are pitching themselves and their property to last-minute planners, hoping to cash in on convenience.
Minneapolis school officials support free speech rights of athletes of South volleyball squad and North football team.
Multiple rounds of rain are predicted until Thursday morning, and the ground already is saturated.
North Memorial chopper went down near Alexandria, Minn.
The blaze was early Saturday in Watertown Township.
Several businesses are being looked at as possible source of bacteria, officials say.
More than 300 agencies across the state helped clear the road of intoxicated drivers during three week span.
The Interstate 35W bridge across the Mississippi River will glow blue for 11 days until Jacob Wetterling’s remains are laid to rest. Beginning Thursday evening,…
A thief has struck Macalester College’s Science Building, where a display case of gold dust, small diamonds and precious stones was looted. A lab supervisor…
Police in Foley, Minn., are investigating a suspicious death after a man was found dead Monday near Lion’s Park. Officers were dispatched to the area…
A St. Paul motorcyclist died early Friday in central Minnesota after his Harley-Davidson went off the road while heading into a curve. John G. Troyer,…
A photographer captured two Burnsville H.S. students in an unguarded moment at the Minnesota State Fair and the photo went viral. Here's what was really going on.
The Great Minnesota Get-Together is a place of sensory overload: wafts of fried food-on-a-stick, hundreds of barn animals to pat and a sea of hungry…
Minnesota's ultimate Prince fans will have a unique opportunity to work inside — and preserve — Paisley Park when daily tours of the music legend's Chanhassen complex and studio begin Oct. 6.
A jockey took a spill from his horse during a race at Shakopee's Canterbury Park on Saturday and was rushed to a Minneapolis hospital with unknown injuries, officials said.
Demonstrators marched from the site of Philando Castile's shooting to the fair's main gate.
The 34-year-old man who drowned after suffering a medical emergency while swimming laps in an Eden Prairie pool this week was identified by authorities Saturday.…
A wet August means a new crop of pests on top of an already bad mosquito season.
Authorities remain unsure of what kind of medical emergency caused the distress.
The 39-year-old woman was hit by a pickup truck.
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