Pathways finds more sufferers who want to heal body, mind, spirit
Vote clears way for Bankruptcy Court confirmation of plan on Tuesday.
National Park Service lays out a plan for new chapter in long story of island's wolves and moose.
The Trump administration insists wages are increasing. Many economists seem pretty sure that if so, the growth rate rounds to zero.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey is suggesting the encampment residents move to a 1.5-acre property owned by Red Lake Nation at 2109 Cedar Av. S.
Through the Beads of Courage program, a child receives a colored bead for each treatment milestone — an overnight stay in the hospital, a blood draw, a round of chemotherapy.
Lt. Bob Kroll argued that his status as union president affords him certain protections.
The acre-long slash where I-394 ends abruptly at Washington Avenue N. in Minneapolis' hip North Loop neighborhood was weedy roadside.
A woman sued her Duluth employer when its health insurance didn't cover her son's treatment.
Before voting 10-3 against the contract, several council members said paying Yates' firm $195,000 did not make fiscal sense
Floodwaters, strong winds and tornadoes left a trail of damage.
Early voting will continue through Nov. 5 before the Nov. 6 Election Day.
Authorities said three men conspired to bilk money from a woman known to keep large amounts of cash in her home.
The six "Rec Tech Labs" will offer computer skills classes and certifications.
The crash east of Menomonie casued 3-plus-mile backups.
A Minneapolis man was killed in a rear-end crash early Friday after his vehicle stalled in the middle of Interstate 494, on the Bloomington-Richfield border,…
A group of residents felt that now was the time to encourage people to bring out the best in themselves. Thus was born Faribault's Virtues Project.
An item on E3 Friday gave the wrong beneficiary of Frebella Fest, a fundraising concert Saturday in Victoria. It is being held on behalf…
Students posted messages of love and kindness in an effort to bring peace to the school.
Three Hopkins West Junior High students died last school year, sending a massive wave of grief and sorrow among the student body. On Friday morning, the International Day of Peace, the students decorated the school with wallpaper containing messages of peace and unity.
A Northfield family prepares for a long cleanup after suffering through a third disaster in less than a year.
Jacob Wetterling's abduction and murder changed Minnesota, haunting a generation of parents and children, shaking their sense of security and leaving them cautious, wary and…
A task force formed to find missing 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling in 1989 wasted time chasing far-flung leads and listening to psychics rather than tracking compelling evidence close to home, Don Gudmundson said.