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Stadium authority will meet for first time since $300K study released.
The stadium and three unidentified high-rises were involved in 74% of bird collisions and 68% of bird fatalities at downtown buildings.
The law was central to Faricy's life, but his daughters say his true love was juvenile court, especially when finalizing adoptions.
Police say the shooting does not appear to be random.
All batteries now must go to either the Brooklyn Park or Bloomington drop-off locations.
The $8 million Parkside Professional Center is eyed for Hennepin Healthcare.
Ramsey County started outfitting for cameras last month, and many police officers already wear them
Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan shares insights, anecdotes at U.
Team's owner has long resisted calls to change nickname that some groups consider to be offensive.
The public can no longer hear the Sheriff's Office emergency dispatches in real time.
Morris campus GOP head says his group had no part of poster bearing its name.
Brainerd's elimination of union positions is an "unfair labor practice," under the law
Monday's game against the Yankees is only the third postseason home game ever to be played at Target Field; the first two, in the ballpark's inaugural 2010 season, were consecutive losses to the Yankees.
Mexican ambassador welcomes Minnesotans.
Karasov was a county prosecutor before he was appointed to the Hennepin bench in 2008.
Cyclists, swimmers and track athletes will seek team spots for Tokyo.
The man told officers he hates "the Somalis," police say.
Michael Vekich's pay will rise to $95,000 to reflect workload, members say.
Viewing parties slated, then Minnesota gets a rare home playoff game Oct. 7.
The jump in homicidal violence is reverberating from residential neighborhoods to City Hall.
"Get away from me! Drop the knife!" the video shows the rookie officer saying shortly before he shot the 31-year-old man, who charged with a knife after he rammed a squad vehicle.
Mike Sherels, a football captain who later became an assistant coach, reached a $1 million settlement with the University of Minnesota Medical Center Fairview for treatment in 2016 that left him in a coma.
The wrestling season is set to begin Nov. 1, with the Gophers starting practice Oct. 10, but Gable Steveson and Dylan Martinez remain off the team.
The White Bear Lake man said a fuel pump failed, causing the severe-injury crash in 2010.
Patrick Talty has booked venue's events since 2015.
Team banking on new attractions inside stadium.
The former Woodbury girls' basketball coach claimed that parents had defamed him. The high court ruling reinstates his lawsuit.
The final score was beside the point for fans who showed their love for the team with their exuberant red, white and blue attire.
For years, Dede Hard has ordered the food, organized the crew and overseen preparations. The 4-H kitchen gets the biggest food delivery at the State Fair.
Minnesota traffic fatalities were up 6 percent in 2018 even though state totals continue to trend down over a five-year period.
Getting a beer buzz is fine; repeatedly spilling beer on a neighbor is not. Rooting for your team is good; yelling obscenities is not.
U.S. Bank Stadium operators also need workers to work upcoming games.
Nancy Slaughter loved a game of bridge, Minnesota Gophers football, fine scotch and sharing her life with friends, family and just about anyone she encountered…
The stadium received a platinum LEED rating for environmental operations, but that recognition doesn't evaluate the building's wildlife conservation issues.
A man observed selling drugs was arrested and then sedated and strapped down while a doctor removed evidence.
Three-year-old stadium already won LEED gold for design.
Black duffel with four AR-15s, four shotguns were found during search in Illinois.
Lawyer says the family realized change isn't possible through the courts. The City Council will be asked to sign off on the amount.
Ryan Sheckler also donated $10,000 to limb-loss group.
U.S. District Judge John Tunheim came down on the side of the young women, ordering SCSU to take immediate steps.
Al Noga claimed his dementia was related to multiple concussions during his years as a Vikings defensive lineman. The Minnesota Supreme Court threw out his workers' compensation award.
Farass Ali has been held alongside criminals despite his status as a permanent U.S. resident.
A federal appeals court ruling served up another round in court for the two wineries challenging state law requiring most grapes to be grown in state.
Randal S. Brinkman and his wife own 50% of a successful Twin Cities commercial remodeling business.
Of this year's drownings so far, all but four were in lakes and rivers.
In 1990, as Blaine city manager, Poss delivered the $20 million National Sports Center, a sprawling facility that became a popular hub for youth athletics, especially soccer.
The full-service Omni is slated to open in 2020.
Her sentence includes 20 cautionary speeches.
Frizell will lead the department's 120 full-time and 60 part-time officers.
It backs Ramsey County's action for more affordable units in sprawling project.
After Dale Barsness died, his son Jeff found two case files for unsolved murders spread out on a table in his dad's Minneapolis apartment."Still trying…
Mayor and others did not follow financial reporting laws, a judge has ruled.
Minneapolis works to get ahead of emerald ash borer.
The job is to provide a calming presence for clients who are nervous, distraught and wary of recounting painful stories.
St. Paul-based Ecolab is on investment team behind hotel on Eagan campus.
Safety concerns spark change across Twin Cities.
The lawsuit sought unspecified damages for discrimination against the players after a woman alleged she was the victim of a gang rape in 2016. U.S. District Judge Donovan Frank said the players offered "no factual support for their allegations."
April college basketball tournament resulted in $23 million in tax revenue.
U.S. District Judge Michael Davis will get an update on negotiations or move closer to a trial.
But controversial sessions with city staffers have not been rescheduled.
A Scott County student was convicted of cyberbullying, but the high court ruled that the laws on mail harrassment and stalking by mail were overly broad.
Gophers wrestling star Gable Steveson, 19, and teammate Dylan Martinez, 21, were released from the Hennepin County jail. They had been held on suspicion of criminal sexual conduct since their arrests over the weekend.
Star wrestler Gable Steveson, 19, and teammate Dylan Martinez, 21, remained in the Hennepin County jail Monday on suspicion of third-degree felony criminal sexual conduct.
Alcohol sales are quickly becoming the norm at college and university events and would be another attempt at energizing the fan base and boosting revenue.
A Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot a 24-year-old man in November 2015 has been formally dismissed as a defendant in the excessive force lawsuit…
As a young law clerk in the Hennepin County Public Defender’s office in the early 1990s, Daniel Homstad worked on a case that became a…
Three sessions had been planned through July, with black and white staffers meeting separately.
As a result of the falsified warrant, charges against an alleged drug dealer were dropped and Serafin was dismissed by the Eden Prairie police.
The North Commons Water Park won't open until July, due to underground pipe repairs.
A deeper look at two recent Minneapolis cases other recent brutality settlements reveal the calculations that go into determining how much gets paid out by a municipality.
Wheelbarrow the local legend used on his daily rounds will hold blooms.
Day of closed-door discussions yields nothing in 2015 fatal shooting by Minneapolis police
The Hennepin County attorney, 71, will enter treatment on Monday and expects to return to work no later than the middle of next month. He also has high blood pressure.
The Hennepin County attorney will collect his $182,025 salary and face no deadline for returning to work from his medical leave, the reasons for which remained unclear Monday.
From Hennepin County detention deputy to head of county corrections and now operations, Chester "Chet" Cooper's 34-year government career has had what he sees as a unified focus: raising the boat.