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Construction on Hwy. 169 could cut into its business this summer.
Chants of "Patients over profits!" rang out as protesters called for legislation aimed at pharmaceutical industry.
The Dakota County attorney said further investigation is needed of the Farmington woman who ran an animal rescue nonprofit.
The Carver County city has paid nearly $500k in legal fees related to the lawsuit and elected officials continue to squabble over violations.
The settlements went to two prominent women on University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler's senior leadership team, according to newly released documents.
City will get first new apartment units in more than a decade.
Performance ranking puts it among the top 2 percent of fire departments nationally.
Korean and Vietnam-era vets receive "honor flight" to visit war memorials in Washington, D.C.
Shakopee High boutique offers free essentials for students in need.
The board appointed longtime educator Judith Tomczik to fill the vacancy left by Mary Romansky, who resigned last winter.
After a long day of work at a St. Paul barbershop, Lashay Whittaker headed home to his wife and two children late Friday. He didn't make it.
A 34-year-old man from Lancaster, Minn., died early Saturday in a single-vehicle rollover in northwestern Minnesota about 20 miles from the Canadian border.
Work will begin this fall on first stage of Shakopee housing, retail complex.
Smith went on to spend nearly 40 years in the classroom teaching elementary students to read, first in rural one-room schoolhouses and then Owatonna's bustling school district. She died March 8 at age 98 at the Brookdale Sterling House in Owatonna.
Hotel will be razed to make room for a Panera cafe.
In rallies at the Capitol and in a few other communities across Minnesota, students found new power and energy as they led March for Our Lives demonstrations.
Superintendent Gary Anger has relied on small gestures to boost morale in an embattled district stung by scandal.
Scott County seeks funding to build residential mental health facility for vulnerable adults.
Patrons of the landmark St. Paul pub, slated for demolition and rebuilding, showed up in green force Saturday.
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter arrived at Harding High to show his support chanting, "Books not bullets!" along with students.
The commissioner was a conservation leader and steward of the riverfront.
Shakopee approved the funding Canterbury Park sought for redevelopment.
His grandfather said the reports of an arsenal in a Vadnais Heights home are exaggerated.
Minnesota did not make the online retail giant's list of top 20 finalists last month.
In the tight-knit community of Elko New Market, just named the safest city in Minnesota, police officers are so popular that they're invited to children's birthday parties.
Mary Romansky abruptly resigned late last month amid questions about her "engagement level."
Board members to decide how to fill Mary Romansky's vacant seat.
National Guard units headed overseas are honored, along with others recently arrived home.
Campaign seeks money to fix railings, walkways, bridges.
Promoter accused the casino of breach of contract after they pulled the plug on a Super Bowl concert venue.
Women who've lost sons to police shootings gathered at Augsburg University.
Land O'Lakes Farm Bowl gives NFL players a new appreciation for local farmers.
Demonstration simulated F-16s intercepting a Cessna, says Minnesota Air National Guard.
He and other players appeared at the NFL-sponsored Shakopee Family Festival.
Super Bowl LII events drew thousands of purple-clad fans to downtown Minneapolis on Saturday.
Interim Superintendent Gary Anger stepped away for three months to fight cancer.
The promoter seeks to enjoin the casino from making critical comments about its performance.
A third man was seriously injured in the rollover in Baldwin Township around 5 a.m.
Officers responded to a call about a woman being threatened at an apartment building about 2:20 a.m., police said.
Denny Laufenburger chooses his nonpartisan mayorship over party politics.
School district officials face more tough cuts ahead of a projected $500,000 deficit for 2018.
Fans lament decision to serve liquor during corporate Super Bowl events, calling it disrespectful to Prince's legacy.
Prior Lake venue invests in Viking pride for Super Bowl revelry.
It remains unclear how long the theater will be closed.
Veterinarians hope the pair will regain some sight.
With the flip of a switch, one of Minneapolis’ most recognizable landmarks came back to life Saturday evening. The giant Grain Belt Beer bottle cap…
Suit says man using false identity on dating site charmed her into making transfers.
In an end to longtime collaboration with Carver County, Scott leaders seek dedicated team to meet residents' growing needs.
Four hundred new Hyundai vehicles started arriving in November at Canterbury Park to prepare for the influx of high-rollers.
Fiscal scandal activated community watchdogs.
Shakopee City Council votes to allow for high-density housing complex at the site.
St. Paul college's abrupt closing leaves hundreds scrambling to find options to complete education.
Mental health advocates say the residential facility will encourage those struggling to seek help sooner.
It was to be the first Satanic monument erected on public property in the nation.
The cause of the blaze, which happened Tuesday, remains under investigation.
The fast-food sites may not reopen until late next week.
If approved, the massive project would include apartments, townhouses and boutique hotel.
Audit shows its fund balance dropped from $2.5M to $1.1M.
The boys were exploring caverns on the city's West Side when their adventure went awry. They were not hurt.
Nonprofits make plans in case tech trouble hits Give to the Max.
Rod Thompson,who resigned in June amid outrage over his alleged misuse of district credit cards, was charged Tuesday with 20 felony counts of theft and embezzlement and one misdemeanor.
The crash happened on icy Hwy. 52 near Rochester.
Voters in the south metro hit the polls and rewarded familiar candidates in Savage and Northfield races. (See results of Minnesota election contests here.)…
As the population of Prior Lake grows, so too does the enthusiasm of its residents.
It will ask the Legislature to fund an aerial walkway, a trolley system and critical infrastructure improvements at its 40-year-old campus.
Jon McBroom in contract talks to replace Gary Anger, who is on a medical leave.
Gary Anger will immediately begin treatment for small cell carcinoma.
Two veterans will face a longtime incumbent in quest for two open seats.
A woman's body has been recovered, and attempts continued Saturday to find the body of a second victim, presumed to be her husband.
Residents will help develop a vision for housing, parks and lifestyle in 2040 Comprehensive plan.
Sites in Shakopee and Elko New Market are vying to make the state's cut for regional bid.
MnDOT says plan alternative routes, leave early to avoid major traffic delays.
Lofty addition is on track to help Mystic Lake become one of the region's largest hotels.
Some Shakopee residents have rallied together to form a community watchdog group with a single, unifying purpose: a demand that the school board step down. They want all seven members to resign but say they'll settle for a few.
Three men were found dead Saturday morning after the single-engine plane they were in crashed near Thief River Falls, in northwestern Minnesota.
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