As city and county officials enforce codes designed to keep residents safe, they often confront mental and physical disabilities, aging and poverty.
School auditorium to be named for educator of more than 50 years.
Students from Justice Page Middle School presented their vision of a 22nd century power grid.
Minneapolis City Council to vote on transfer in response to court ruling.
The two-alarm fire broke out Wednesday night
Since 2015, Mississippi Mushrooms has cultivated several varieties in the middle of the former Upper Harbor Terminal.
The suspect tried to have his car repaired within hours of the crash, police say. The auto shop owner turned him in.
Marvin Borkenhagen's car was found near a culvert that he often cleared of debris.
The identity of the individual, whose gender was not released, and cause of death remain undetermined, police said.
Some are pushing for a more formal process in appointing Soma's successor.
The decision by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was hailed and decried as a milestone
Joshua Carner was killed as he walked along Hwy. 210 in Baxter, Minn.
Pervasive questionable payments found in Minnesota's child-care assistance program.
Despite forecasts of the season's gradual, "perfect melt," people in the Minnesota River valley south of the Twin Cities are on edge.
Some local higher education officials voiced skepticism that the order will have much of an impact.
Love them or hate them, the skyways' dual origin stories might surprise you.
Planners say transit, free rides in Buicks, walking are all good options.
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The stinky corpse flower is in bloom and drawing visitors to U campus in St. Paul. But be quick.
Michael J. McDaniel allegedly said robbers who threatened him coerced him into making the purchases.
Make-up days, pay for hourly workers at issue.
DNR enforcement officials want to find whoever is responsible for this "waste of Minnesota's precious natural resources."