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Liberians from Minnesota lobby in Washington for a chance to stay in U.S.
The program that has given them temporary legal status in the U.S. ends March 31.
Excelsior Fire Chief Scott Gerber leaving for Eden Prairie
Gerber, who has been chief of the Excelsior Fire District for 12 ½ years, will begin in Eden Prairie on April 1.
Southwest light-rail challenge reaches federal appeals court
Citizens group says the Metropolitan Council improperly committed to a route for the line.
Recent search for new president cost the U almost $260,000
The costs include $165,000 in fees for outside search consultants, more than $22,000 for search committee and regent travel, and about $15,000 to a local four-star hotel.
Michelle Obama fans pack Xcel Energy Center for her book tour
Attendees jumped out of their seats in St. Paul when the former first lady took the stage to talk about her life and bestselling memoir "Becoming."
Rosedale looks at remaking vacant store into housing, more
Representatives for the Roseville mall are shopping around a "village" concept that would transform the vacant Herberger's department store.
Another day of sloppy weather lies ahead for Twin Cities metro
A flood watch remains in effect for much of eastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin until 7 p.m. Thursday, the National Weather Service said.
Brooks: Sleep-deprived Minn. lawmakers are tired of springing forward, falling back
Suddenly, Minnesota has an issue that doesn't break along party lines and doesn't spark a bitter debate: The time change affects everyone.
Bail reduced for Isanti man charged in 1993 cold case murder in Minneapolis
Jerry Westrom's defense attorneys plans to investigate the victim's prostitution history.
St. Paul to pay $300,000 for consultants on RiverCentre parking ramp
City officials must decide whether to salvage the aging RiverCentre ramp or tear it down.
Minneapolis adds new park off Midtown Greenway, and it needs a name
The Park Board is looking to officially name the lot known as the Cepro site.
Hold your noses: U's stinky corpse flower about to bloom again
The flower stands tall as one of the stinkiest in its botanical family.
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter to give State of Our City address
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter will deliver his second State of Our City address Thursday evening. The address is part of the State of Our…
Stone Arch Bridge slated to be closed this week for electrical repairs
Maintenance and repairs on overhead power lines will close the downtown Minneapolis pedestrian and bike bridge Friday, Monday and Tuesday.
State + Local
Audit: State child care program fraud not $100M but still troubling
Legislative auditor found no evidence that child-care money was funneled to terrorists, as was alleged in a TV news report.
State report: Breathing tube error killed Minneapolis nursing home resident
The nurse's mistake cut off the resident's air flow, and he was dead 30 minutes later, a state finding of neglect determined.
Final court dates set leading to April 1 trial of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor
The defense and prosecution will vet the other's expert witnesses at a March hearing.
Rain, snowmelt get Minnesota scrambling to fight flooding
A steady, two-day rain expected to drench the knee-deep snowpack across much of Minnesota is raising flood concerns and sending crews to work to find a place for all that water.
Minneapolis School District sued over building projects
A group of nonunion contractors from Minnesota and North Dakota says hiring practices discriminate.
Good vs. bad: Which reader question should we answer next?
We're talking about how Minnesota ranks among states: Help us pick the next Curious Minnesota question.
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