Dispute over $37,000 in legal fees is latest twist in long-running defamation case.
In Cleveland, where the nine-man football team finished second in the state last year, it's the band that most unites the students and the town, a band that would be the envy of many big-city programs.
In a gallery of valuable 18th-century European art, three people who appeared to be neo-Nazis fought with several others in another group of activists, a witness said Sunday.
Collins admits to throwing 20-month-old against a wall
Treasure Island Resort and Casino has entered an agreement for naming rights for the redeveloped building.
The priciest seats are far higher than what Mystic Lake typically charges for their top acts.
Legislators say landowners and farmers along the route object to the privately funded project.
City officials and residents in Edina had hoped that midblock stop signs and barricades that slim down the road so only one vehicle can snake…
The agency also announced it will stop Friday service between the southwest suburbs and Target campus in Brooklyn Park
A tentative date of May 30 was set for a trial to begin.
The daily service starts in June and will fly to and from Chicago's O'Hare International Airport.
A middle-age robber is going around the Twin Cities area snatching up hundreds of dollars in cigarettes at a time in stores, punching the clerk…
Authorities are trying to find a Level 3 predatory sex offender wanted in Dakota County on charges that he raped and impregnated a preteen girl…
A motorist who was killed in a collision that authorities suspect involved alcohol use by the other driver was identified Sunday as a woman who…
There is already a backlog of more than 5,100 cases covering Minnesota, the Dakotas and western Wisconsin.
Proposal to cut NEA funding would have big impact in the state.
St. Paul police have found a vulnerable teen who had been missing four hours Saturday night. Police did give the circumstances for how they located…
Since 1919, state law has limited where veterans’ memorials funded by county boards could be located, restricting them to courthouse squares, public parks or cemeteries…
Pollution officials this month began rolling out a new set of rules requiring property owners to test for and address vapors before transferring property.
With Southwest light rail and apartments on the way, businesses move in.
Owners of big buildings will be key partners, city officials say.
Minnesota is in the midst of a startling rise in anti-Semitic incidents, a chilling surge that started even before the two bomb threats phoned in to the Jewish community centers in St. Paul and St. Louis Park.
Shirley Ardell Mason popularized the condition known as multiple personality disorder — a trendy 1970s diagnosis.