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Along with some snow, we'll get rain, slop and ice.
The suburb, with a dedicated enforcement officer, focuses on freeways that carry most traffic.
Edina Police Department has higher rates of DWI arrests than many other Minnesota law enforcement agencies.
Board may name entire park after Annie Young, who died last month.
Under a proposal, it could become an option for any restaurant in the city's commercial districts.
Windchills could drop to -30 degrees Sunday morning.
The $25 million renovation at Mall of America has been waiting for funding.
His "Tour of Fabulous Robbinsdale!" wasn't funny to city officials.
The snowmobiler was speeding, one witness said, before he hit a pickup truck and a portable icehouse.
In addition to payout, judge forced company to change policies, teach employees about Fair Housing Act.
A twin-engine Bell 412 helicopter is expected to take measurements around Minneapolis from Monday to Feb. 5, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.
Six months after bombing, it welcomed all in to see the 'amazing' new space.
With Edina in a harsh spotlight, residents offer their take on bias and inequities.
Police have detained one man as a person of interest.
The longevity of Al's Vacuum is a product of careful risk taking and loyal support from the community, they say.
Speakers in Minneapolis, and later in the morning at a celebration of King's birthday organized by Gov. Mark Dayton's office in St. Paul, echoed his message of honesty, unity and hope for racial progress and equality.
St. Louis Park students raise funds for a coffee shop away from school.
The bridge is used during the American Birkebeiner ski race in Hayward, Wis.
Alexis Elling, 16, had been last seen at home in November.
Mayor Melvin Carter, dressed in a black tuxedo, steps with his friends to Das EFX's "Mic Checka (Remix)" while others surround and cheer them on.
A fixture of the live music scene in the Twin Cities, Allen died Thursday from ovarian cancer.
The city's Charter Commission could make a recommendation to the council early next year.
Minnesota State Patrol reminded drivers to slow down, be cautious.
When Southdale facility closes, some residents will be directed downtown.
Moses Mwaura first came to the Twin Cities for life-changing surgery that straightened his crossed eyes and corrected his vision.
Highway was closed to traffic for almost a week following a massive water main break.
The city was looking to sell a portion of property for development.
City was to pay $32M for farm but bid for 2023 event failed.
The Oxford Village is open to those who make less than 60 percent of the area income.
Restricting sales has run into economic issues and stout lobbying pressure.
Many are critical of the Sheriff's Office's relationship with ICE.
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.
City officials may decide to turn back the former farm acreage, which it had agreed to purchase, to the family that owns it.
The Twin Cities is one of three worldwide finalists to host Expo 2023, to be decided by vote Wednesday in Paris.
Cooperation helps to heal wounds over cultural site.
The west metro saw various political newcomers take municipal leadership roles and one nail-biting race after polls closed, with all precincts reporting by Tuesday night.…
The vandalism isn't the first of its kind at the St. Paul college.
200 people gathered in St. Paul for the two-day parenting workshop.
Eden Prairie bid an official farewell Monday to the Minnesota Vikings, the team that has called the city its off-field home for 36 years.
The announcement comes just days after it was made public that Tim Butler was reprimanded by the city in 2016 for retaliating against an employee.
A man was shot and killed early Saturday in St. Paul’s Frogtown neighborhood, according to police. No one has been arrested, according to police spokesman…
The settlement is the largest of its kind in the nation, housing advocates say.
Residents fear $250 million high-rises near Galleria would overshadow them.
There has yet to be an arrest in the Aug. 5 blast that destroyed part of the Dar Al Farooq Islamic Center in Bloomington.
An article in Thinking Minnesota, a magazine produced by the Center of the American Experiment, became the focus of a recent candidate forum.
Levy-Pounds has hammered on the theme of police reform and demanded greater racial equity.
Royce Wayne James jumped from his window and died. Suspect arrested.
Historical societies in the west metro area long have served as go-to places to learn about a city's past and connect with local resources. Now several are taking steps to get more exposure and attract greater audiences.
A suspect has been arrested in connection with an arson fire late Friday at a Minneapolis apartment building that led to the death of a man who jumped from a third-story window, authorities said Saturday.
This was the eighth annual partnership between the Twins and Toro Company.
The clip is circulating online and drawing a strong reaction.
Lowry Grove families say they're haunted by worries about their former neighbors.
15 Minnesota volunteers, all Spanish-speaking, hope to fly to the damaged island to aid relief efforts on Monday.
Council members said the project foreshadows future development in the suburb.
Vehicle struck a Loring Park bar, forcing nearby residents out of homes.
First day of Code Switch event draws hundreds to St. Paul.
The 59-acre property, the last farm in the suburb, has been owned by the same family since 1932. Bloomington hopes it will become the site for the 2023 World's Fair.
The plan was denounced for months by "Save the Waterfall," a neighborhood group.
Friends confirmed Michael Williams' death on social media this week.
One-day class is designed to be more affordable and accessible.
Members of the public lined roads in Plymouth and Wayzata on Thursday to pay their respects and bid farewell to Wayzata police officer William Mathews, killed last week by a motorist who struck him while he was clearing debris from a highway.
The two victims suffered noncritical injuries.
A witness had called 911 to report that a vehicle crashed into an Interstate 35W sound wall near the 4500 block of Stevens Avenue S.
A car hit officer William Mathews, who had pulled over to the side of the eastbound highway to clear the road. The driver stopped and was cooperating but has been booked into jail.
Stafford was the first openly gay person to lead a state political party in the country.
Project would remove a fishing hole and affect all of Minnehaha Creek.
A vehicle driver, bus passenger and the bus driver were taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
"I was convinced that this was something we should do," Larry Lee remembers. "All I needed to do was say, 'This is important.' "
The huge crowd was treated to beautiful weather among other high notes on the first day of the Great Minnesota Get-Together.
The two men inside the vehicle have been arrested, police say.
Anticipated redevelopment at France and 44th has residents debating the area's identity and future.
The Hennepin County sheriff's absence drew strong words at the event, held at Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in Minneapolis.
A new supportive housing complex is the first of its kind in the west metro.
The Becker Republican legislator made the announcement the 15 months before the midterm election.
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