It is turning away from traveling blockbusters like "Body Worlds," and shows on Pompei and King Tut.
As killer of Birdell Beeks faces sentencing Monday, the toll on witnesses raises concerns.
Plan for closed golf course includes housing, restaurants, trails and community center
A backlog of repairs in five Minnesota sites alone now will cost more than $20 million; the bill nationally is in the billions.
Expect up to 8 inches of snow by morning. One fatal crash was reported Saturday near Foley in Benton County.
A growing cohort of gun-control activists are cautiously optimistic that this time, their voices will make a difference.
St. Louis County District Court in Duluth will soon launch the state’s newest veterans treatment court, a special program designed to assist military veterans in…
Kaler says it will still close eventually, but that parents' protests have been heard.
Snowkiting is a growing sport across Minnesota's 10,000 lakes
They sought to draw attention to a key labor case coming before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Chris Endicott, who faces stalking charges as part of a complex investigation, is back in the Dakota County jail.
Roger, Ronald and James O'Kasick were on the run for a month in 1957 after killing a Minneapolis cop and driving over his partner.
In 27 years on the board, she was a voice on the national education scene and a force in Twin Cities progressive politics.
It's part of a statewide trend in revamping access and amenities to the Mississippi River.
The former MPR radio host said he was not trying to seduce the woman, and backed off when she complained about his conduct in 2015.
The City Council wants architects to come back with a bolder design for the Southdale Center project.
Minneapolis and St. Paul declared snow emergencies starting tonight to clear side streets of the snow that fell Thursday night before Saturday's dumping arrives.
By July, many will get help in hours instead of weeks amid rising need with the nation's opioid epidemic.
The Hope Dental Clinic and its cadre of volunteer dentists, hygienists, assistants and students serving the poor and uninsured since 1965, has a new facility in the Dayton's Bluff neighborhood.
With 3,200 students in grades 9-12, Wayzata High School is the state’s largest high school. But that wasn’t always the case. In 1959, with a…
Social workers responsible for dealing with child abuse are stretched thin, director says.
The employee claimed he suffered neurological damage from an oil leak. BNSF will appeal.
Advocates say the social benefits matter as much for humans as they do for their pets.