As restaurants boom and regulations grow, Health Department struggles to keep up.
The two are all that remain of a blood-brothers group of World War II veterans who gathered at the former Glen's Bakery and Deli for years.
Two suspects were confronted by a family member, and they said they were looting the home.
Collegeville now hosts one of the few hand-scripted Bibles created in the past century.
The boys were exploring caverns on the city's West Side when their adventure went awry. They were not hurt.
They are joining scores of county and local governments alleging manufacturers and distributors of prescription opioids are largely responsible for an epidemic of dangerous addiction.
More criminals with guns have been sent to prison for gun-related convictions than at any time in at least two decades.
The Park Board recently approved a five-year $181,016 agreement to equip its 35 sworn patrol officers with the cameras.
Crescent Cove in Brooklyn Center is one of only three facilities of its kind of in the country.
Button sales constitute the largest fundraiser for the St. Paul Festival & Heritage Foundation, which manages and produces the carnival.
It was the second fire-related death in St. Paul in 2017.
A 17-year-old boy is in critical condition. No one has been arrested, police said.
In July, Minneapolis city officials issued a news release proclaiming: “Minneapolis posts deleted EPA climate change data.” The city was joining a national effort…
Although Carol Aronovici's time in St. Paul lasted less than three years, he left a distinctive stamp on the capital city.
Mankato’s City Council has approved $2.5 million in upgrades to make the city’s downtown civic center, which has been plagued by humidity and moisture problems,…
Locals brainstormed on making downtown better with grant money.
Two crossing stations on the Minnesota-Canada border in northwestern Minnesota will be closing earlier starting in January, and residents aren’t happy about it. “It’s a…
James “Jim” Fiorentino worked for more than 40 years in the garage door business, but he didn’t pursue his true longing until after he retired…
As some former allies call for a resignation, the woman who reported that Sen. Al Franken kissed and groped at her without permission in 2006 said he has sent her a personal apology.
Prenatal alcohol exposure affects about 7,000 newborns in Minnesota each year, and its effects remain deeply misunderstood.
Two turkeys from Alexandria, Minn. are headed to the White House where one will be pardoned by the president as part of Thanksgiving day tradition
The district is grappling with a $33 million deficit for the next school year.