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A rush of new housing developments could overwhelm some already-crowded schools in the Stillwater school district, forcing officials to redraw school boundaries just a few…
Supporters decry spotty reception while some fear it would clash with scenery.
His goal is to help cities, particularly smaller communities in greater Minnesota, with costly upgrades to water systems needed to remove pollutants without causing soaring utility bills.
After Police Chief Todd Axtell's Facebook post, legislators were publicly talking about holding hearings to launch a constitutional amendment.
The pioneering cholesterol researcher also taught at the Mayo Medical School.
Puffing its feathers at passing cars, chasing children at bus stops, its bald head turning from side to side, a wild turkey has moved into a St. Paul Park neighborhood.
Transport of farm-raised deer halted over chronic wasting disease case.
State election officials sought an expedited decision to meet the Jan. 17 start of early voting.
A tow truck operator from Willmar has offered to help out Mike Olson, for free. He just hopes the cameras stay away.
A bid to host the World's Fair in Bloomington eight years from now is still alive, despite the failure of a critical step in Congress…
Developer cites rising costs and increased complications.
Richard Bild died when he jumped from a jail balcony rail in June 2018.
Stillwater owns riverfront land, but doesn't yet have a master plan for it.
Charlie Nord, 30, was piloting the UH-60 Black Hawk on a routine maintenance test flight when it fell into a field shortly after takeoff. He was killed along with two other Guard members aboard, who were named Saturday morning.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz announced the deaths of the crew members, which came during a maintenance test flight. The copter took off from St. Cloud and went down in a tree-lined farm field near Cold Spring. "My heart breaks for the families," Walz said.
The retired truck driver was hit as he walked in the predawn darkness.
Stillwater man steps in to rescue the boat stuck in the frozen St. Croix River.
Prosecutors won't try case again after juries failed to reach a unanimous verdict in two earlier trials.
In St. Paul, leaders debate whether ShotSpotter technology is a useful tool or an unproven sales pitch.
A recent infusion of nearly $1 billion has made even more puzzling the decision by foundation officials to pull the plug on a popular nature center on the St. Croix River.
The County Board chairman said it was "baffling" that several high-ranking Sheriff's Office members were collecting pensions while working. Bob Fletcher defended it, citing "a lifetime of contributions."
The response came amid widespread shock and concern over the water shipment plan proposed by Empire Building Investments Inc., the real estate arm of Lakeville-based Progressive Rail.
The two homicides continued a violent streak in St. Paul. Nine people were killed in the city in September and 2019 is the deadliest in the past decade.
Three meetings scheduled for Minneapolis residents.
Beverly Jonnes, a pioneering elementary school teacher who relied on listening and empathy to lead students and who later authored voluminous poetry about her life…
The memorials recognize the former vice president's early role in efforts to protect the St. Croix and other vulnerable rivers.
The private foundation that owns the Warner Nature Center's land near Marine on St. Croix said last month it was severing its relationship with the Science Museum of Minnesota, which staffs the center and runs programming.
Strangers bearing still and video cameras have come and lingered in the parking lot or walked around the building, officials say.
Serier disputes Ramsey Sheriff Fletcher's accusation of over-hiring.
Fletcher said he inherited the cost overruns; county will monitor spending.
The move follows months of acrimony between the mayor and council.
Lakeland mayor locks City Hall to block out City Council, in latest flare-up snarling the east metro city
Lakeland officials have feuded since winter over how to fill vacancies in the St. Croix riverside burg.
Wildlife officials found the silver carp, the first of its kind to get a tag, while tracking a tagged bighead carp.
No explanation given for closing of the Lee and Rose Warner Nature Center near Marine on St. Croix.
One of the only outdoor wooden tracks in the nation and a source of pride for the local bicycling scene, the 250-meter velodrome will be torn down after this race season.
Rough arrest leads to charges.
Laile Vang studied at UW-Eau Claire, was a YouTuber, traveler and "glue" for her family.
A motive for the shootings at two Chippewa Falls area residences remains unclear, but investigators believe Ritchie German Jr., may have been trying to kidnap a woman at one house.
The suspected shooter was among the dead, and his father said he had struggled with mental illness.
Some years it's a black plague; others, just a brief nuisance
A group of construction workers alleges they were shorted thousands of dollars in pay after working much of last year on a $40 million, city-supported affordable housing project
Rochester United FC notched its first win of the season last week
The residents of Winona's boathouse city have an intimate – and perilous – relationship with the Mississippi.
Immigration crackdown ripples through Minnesota's Southeast Asian community
The opinion says that existing statutes prohibit demeaning a child over an unpaid lunch debt.
State law already prohibits school districts from withholding diplomas for nonpayment of fees. Legal Aid attorneys believe that should include school lunch debt.
The newest cinema in Rochester shows classics, documentaries
The grisly situation was discovered after deputies were called about a pig on the loose.
Company argues that county's frac sand mining ban is unconstitutional.
The giant, concrete towers overlook the Minnesota River.
Husky Energy won't say if tanks of acid will remain.
Record-setting snow has put a lot of people to the test.
Most people knew him from his years behind the counter at Ingebretsen's on Lake Street in south Minneapolis.
Eric J. Coleman gets 12½ years in prison in the death of Alan Geisenkoetter Jr.
A pair of parking ramps surrounded by housing and retail are envisioned for the city.
Developer backs out of once-touted $257 million project.
The 22-year-old was found on the back deck of a relative's house where he had been living.
The ramp-up follows a general quickening of the Rochester economy in recent years.
Wisconsin authorities said Jayme Closs was abducted by 21-year-old Jake T. Patterson, who is being charged with murder and kidnapping. She was reunited with her family. "It's amazing, the will of that 13-year-old girl to survive and escape," Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said.
Elated residents couldn't help but gush after the teen's 88 days away.
Concern over nuclear waste, aging power plant spur $15.5M purchase.
As PolyMet, Twin Metals mines clear hurdles, cities hope for economic boost.
At State Capitol news conference, officials and families say they will do whatever they can to fight it.
The city's prestigious university had been decimated by ISIS terrorists. The library's historical manuscripts, maps, documents and academic texts had been deliberately burned.
Trump's deportation effort worries immigrants in Minnesota.
A pair of Belgian draft horses named Molly and Prince became Minnesota’s latest viral video stars when, with a mighty pull, they towed a semitrailer…
The erosion in a slide valve created a hole that allowed air to mix with hydrocarbons, setting off last April's blast at the Husky Energy refinery.
Wednesday event will include an update from the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazardous Investigation Board on its investigation.
The remains of Army Master Sgt. Carl H. Lindquist had been marked "Unknown" and buried in a Hawaii military cemetery.
Local hosts say Mayo patients appreciate the personal touch.
The upgrades come as the longtime North Shore club prepares to host the U.S. Junior National Championships in January for the first time in club history.
Planned art space, bookstore and restaurant will fill a gap downtown.
The number of downtown housing units is expected to double in the next five years, according to a new report.
Permit approvals for PolyMet open a new chapter in an old struggle.
The two men allegedly were inhaling a computer keyboard cleaner to get high before the truck veered into a ditch, killing 3 Girl Scouts and a mom.