She presses agenda with collaboration, confrontation.
A double-digit property tax levy increase has raised anxiety and the pressure on City Hall.
Pardon hearing day means four hours of high drama, heartbreak and small mercies for people who are trying hard to be better than they used to be.
The Lake Superior City has been hurriedly armoring tree trunks with chicken wire and strategizing at council meetings about their furry foes.
The role will require her to navigate often intense and competing demands of faculty, staff, business leaders, athletic officials and politicians.
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It's a race against time for many congregations, as barely one in three Americans attend weekly services and one in four belong to no religion at all.
With the ruling likely to be appealed, it will likely take months for it to go through the court process.
Two Minnesotans died Friday in crashes on regional roads.Joshua C. Anderson, 19, of Gully, Minn., was killed when he was ejected from his 2008 Chevrolet…
Tickets for the country megastar's May 4 concert at U.S. Bank Stadium sold out within an hour Friday.
Lillian and Margaret Yates plied their trade in Waseca, Waterville and later Worthington.
BLAINE NOV. 9 Drunken driving. A 23-year-old man was arrested for drunken driving after he was reported to be running into parked cars at…
Eyota Market has languished in the founder's estate for too long
As part of northeast Minnesota’s outdoor playground, Cook County gets calls for rescue squads in unusual situations. Now, a trained rope team will be able…
Starting next month, city leaders plan to lobby legislators.
Mikaela Casey published her first children's book about Lake Minnetonka.
Ski slope can now stage 10 concerts a year, despite neighbors' noise concerns.
The Hennepin County Board on Tuesday approved nearly $2.16 million in facility grants to help schools, parks and cities improve playgrounds and buy sports equipment.…
There was arguing in the room of the woman, who worked the blues scene in the Twin Cities as a drummer.
In dropping the officers from the suit, the judge deemed the department policy on mental health holds unconstitutional.
Archbishop Bernard Hebda wrote in a letter to Twin Cities Catholics that he's pushing for full investigation of allegations against his predecessor.
Dave Titus sent an e-mail to St. Paul officers announcing that he was not stepping down from the police union office or election.
The city's prestigious university had been decimated by ISIS terrorists. The library's historical manuscripts, maps, documents and academic texts had been deliberately burned.
The Minnesota foundation gives away $1 million a year to families facing childhood cancer.