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In Heart of the Beast to end puppet parade, make significant cuts
The theater is being squeezed by drop in foundation grants, overall funding.
Police: Driver in fatal Inver Grove Heights hit-and-run says she thought she hit deer
The motorist drove her heavily damaged car home with DNA smears, hair and fiber on the front, according to a search warrant affidavit.
Mpls. City Council VP plans forum on race after barista confronted her in cafe
The barista was fired by Blackeye Roasting Co after the Dec. 18 incident with Andrea Jenkins.
Health, gun violence, education top Minn. House DFL agenda
Some of the most high-profile proposals unveiled today are expected to face difficulty passing the Senate.
Drunken driver with 0.41% BAC among 2,700 caught in recent Minnesota crackdown
Five-week enforcement effort in state began just before Thanksgiving.
White Bear Township man killed by brother as he arrived at New Year's party, court records show
Authorities say a potential motive in the murder-suicide remains unclear.
U President Kaler seeks a nearly 7 percent hike in state funding
President Eric Kaler, in his final pitch, did not tie the increase to a tuition freeze.
Longtime second-in-command elected president of St. Paul Police Federation
Officer Paul Kuntz was elected president over challenger Sgt. Matt Koncar.
David Shove, poet and curator of Minneapolis reading series, dies at 81
The curator of the Midstream Reading Series died of a heart attack on Dec. 31, shortly after moving into a senior living community.
Minnetonka police warn of thieves targeting unlocked vehicles
Police will sent extra patrols to the area southeast of County Road 101 and Lake Street Extension
Shopko supplier says retailer will soon file for bankruptcy
A pharmaceutical drug supplier to Shopko says the Wisconsin-based retail chain is expected to file for bankruptcy next week.
Edina piano teacher offers lessons in music and life
Patricia Langer of Edina, a piano teacher since 1969, helps her students achieve at the highest level.
WATER PRESSURE • SPECIAL REPORT
Dec. 27: With spigot open, southwestern Minnesota towns flourish
No longer just a pipe dream, far-sighted water system set up parched towns for growth.
Security tech company Alula moves from Wisconsin to St. Paul
It will bring 120 workers to its new office in St. Paul.
New technology helps truck drivers find safe places to park in Minnesota
The number of parking spots available has not kept up with demand from a growing number of trucks on the road.
Minnesota workers, businesses start to feel sting from federal government shutdown
The indefinite government shutdown is tightening its grip on federal workers, their families and local economies.
Minn. judges to be offered training in the science of eyewitness identification
While some see the move as a first step in the right direction, others say it doesn't go far enough.
Roseville to offer $3 million in tax breaks to lure St. Paul manufacturer
St. Paul manufacturer wants to consolidate 388 workers at a new HQ.
New Hennepin County Sheriff Dave Hutchinson hits ground running on first full day
Wherever he stopped during the day, Dave Hutchinson repeated his campaign promise to be "a sheriff that truly represents all residents."
Rossana Bewick, Twin Cities Italian cuisine pioneer, dies at 73
Rossana Bewick, a native of Milan who helped bring authentic Italian dining to the Twin Cities almost four decades ago, died in late November at…
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Woman killed in two-vehicle crash in north Minneapolis
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