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Gulf Coast snowbirds hold their noses during southwest Florida's state of emergency.
Refusal to apologize stuns injured children's family.
Coleman was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer. He survived an earlier bout with neck and throat cancer in 2015.
Judge said facts aren't in dispute and jury will decide damages.
Phumee Lee had been in a domestic dispute before exchanging gunfire with police in the street.
The derailment happened on a railroad bridge linking two rail yards near the St. Paul Downtown Airport, downstream from downtown St. Paul. Boaters were advised to avoid the area.
Police said officers shot an armed man after responding to a 911 call from a multi-unit building in the 900 block of St. Anthony Avenue at about 2:30 a.m. St. Paul Mayor Melvin Cater called the shooting a tragedy for the city.
Complaint leads county, state investigators to Brooklyn Center garage.
A sold-out crowd of 5,000 joined the Vikings in Eagan on a beautiful summer Saturday for the beginning of the 2018 season and a new era of training camp.
The game will be played at Target Center on Saturday for the first time, providing a chance to see the best active players and future legends live on the court at the same time.
The railroad plans to appeal the claims from a $15.3M personal injury lawsuit.
Pool closed for 15th day. "We just need to find a way to keep it open," says park commissioner.
Ramsey County judge sided with group claiming widespread voter fraud.
Host Committee gave $5.5 million to youth health, fitness programs throughout the state.
Two siblings were seriously injured in the crash at Jenny Lind Elementary School last month.
The deeper portion of the pool, including the lap area and diving dock, reopened, but the shallow "upper pool" remained closed.
Ex-Vikings receiver was among three top sports administrators to leave the Minneapolis schools without explanation.
Latest water tests showed improved conditions, but not enough to reopen.
An estimated $600,000 in counterfeit dolls were headed to city of Ranier in Koochiching County.
Webber Park pool, first in the nation to use aquatic plants for cleaning rather than chlorine, has been swamped by heavy rains.
Monument's 70-foot-tall base is showing its age.
Lois Riess is accused of killing a woman she met at a Fort Myers restaurant in April. She was being sought by Minnesota authorities in the murder of her husband.
After that extreme heat and humidity, Saturday's high will be in the upper 80s.
The public board that oversees U.S. Bank Stadium will be asked today to authorize spending of $4.6 million, with the potential of another $600,000 for final negotiations on the "darkening solution."
In the issue, available online Monday, the Olympic gold medalist from Afton and the Wolves' All-Star center talk about how hard they work to push their bodies to world-class performances.
The lawsuit against the University of Minnesota seeks unspecified damages for "being falsely cast as sex offenders."
Fan Jam truck to give Minnesotans a summertime taste of March Madness.
"It's kind of a no-win situation," said 1988 Minnesota winner now running pageant.
No sentencing date has been set for 55-year-old Scott P. Flynn.
Jess McIntosh hopes her Eric Schneiderman story goes beyond #MeToo.
For many, the announcement was closure as they continue to heal their scars of emotional trauma.
More than 400 victims of sexual abuse will share in the settlement, which ends a protracted bankruptcy dispute, attorneys said. It still must be approved by a judge.
The results, sure to be disputed by detractors, came in $50 million over pre-event projections, the analyst said.
The 26-year-okd plumber from Detroit Lakes decided to go for it at the 8-mile mark and didn't look back.
Memorial Day weekend is going to be the hottest in more than a decade, with temperatures in the 90s for much of it.
Jake sealed his fate when he chased a kid on a bike.
Jury found neighbor's use of deadly force was justified in February 2017 shooting in Chisago County.
Lahren was leaving Union's rooftop when customer tossed water on her Sunday, and the incident went viral.
Vikings and state pay $300K to study danger posed by building's glass walls.
Technology consultant Jim Farstad has twice held the interim position of overseeing the downtown stadium.
MSFA will vote Friday after recommendation made.
National Weather Service issues "red flag" warning for extremely dry conditions.
NCAA's Minneapolis host committee announces tip-off for friendly contest.
Incidents came after or near Cinco de Mayo celebrations.
Governor calls proposed changes a one-person vendetta for publicity.
Minnesota legislators haggling over stadium reserve fund: Spend or save?
Event at U.S. Bank Stadium in 2019 will attract 94,000 visitors — and their wallets.
Republican claims prize with classic ingredients.
Pipeline protesters claim threat of climate change compelled them to act.
Stadium panels and moisture have been a visible problem.
Government watchdog sought access to sheriff's use of biometric tools.
Wife says Stenglein is expected to continue his campaign to return to the County Board.
The glassy U.S. Bank Stadium needs 'darkening' curtains for the 2018 Final Four. A decision on who will install the drapes - and for how much - will be made May 3.
Volunteers sought for a trial run at a new facility before inmates arrive would get $40 for the night.
Alexis Bailly, Next Chapter wanted to grow by selling wines with more out-of-state grapes.
A year from now, an estimated 60,000 fans from out of town — and more from the Twin Cities — are expected to flow into Minneapolis when it hosts the Final Four and all of its hoopla.
Operations whiz toils now to make sure Minneapolis is ready for next year's Final Four.
Now under new management, the suites that caused such an uproar a year ago at U.S. Bank Stadium are getting fairly favorable reviews for how they are used.
Here’s a sample from the MSFA’s year-round report, with client and guest, affiliation and reason. Minnesota Vikings-Green Bay Packers game Oct. 15 Pamela Brueck and…
A group of regional big thinkers is studying how and whether Minnesota should try to attract major cultural, arts and sports events more often.
The multistory white building with the Norseman logos outside is highly visible from I-494. The stadium is tucked behind the building, parallel to the highway.
Organizers want to generate similar excitement for college hoops' big event, coming to U.S. Bank Stadium in April of 2019.
NCAA insists environment in building must be consistent throughout Final Four. Stadium authority not releasing cost estimates, but chairman says "it will be expensive — obviously."
Memories get packed along with papers, weights, uniforms for move to new practice facility in Eagan opening Monday.
The Twins are going full-on purple with plans to sell co-branded merchandise all season.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas was born in Minneapolis in 1890, died in Florida at 108
Dakota County lawsuit says administrators knew of the dangers and failed to protect students.
A couple hundred Minneapolis students set out Wednesday afternoon on a march from Martin Luther King Jr. Park in south Minneapolis to City Hall to "voice our concerns about gun violence in schools," according to a Facebook post.
"I did not commit any of the acts I'm accused of," the U of M basketball player said at a news conference just before the hearing over his expulsion was to begin.
It'll take place just before they're expected at the player's sexual misconduct appeal hearing.
After trying to break up a fan fight, Mike Vekich still doesn't have his cellphone back.
St. Paul school closed abruptly in December without paying staffers.
With Super Bowl LII over and visitors out of town, the counting is just gearing up.
Super Bowl LII's 10-day celebration of all things winter — ice sculptures, ice skating and even ice in cocktails down Nicollet Mall — culminated Sunday with record-setting cold temps outside as a warm U.S. Bank Stadium cradled a hotly contested game inside.
Background checks of workers at Super Bowl Live raise questions. Others providing security Friday night said they were unaware of the firing.
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