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Woman is fighting Hudson City Hall, which says her house should be a muted, neutral hue.
Questions remain about how the boats were released.
The judge's ruling allows those seeking more public access to make their case.
Ongoing repairs to the zinc-paneled exterior of the 13-month-old stadium remain visible with no hard deadline for completion.
The foodie hot spot is known for its 15-course tasting menu.
During Super Bowl week early next year, Mystic Lake Casino will host a massive traveling nightclub for four days that counts some of pop music's biggest stars among its attractions as it has roamed the country.
Vikings exec says marketing is Jonah Stillman's business.
Online campaign in honor of Philando Castile far exceeds original goal.
As part of his daily routine, the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee's chief operating officer, Dave Haselman, habitually tests the precision of his planning skills.
The Delta flight was the last one into San Juan before Irma hit and quickly loaded passengers to return to the U.S.
Purple Rain? Love Sexy? Which Prince would rise in St. Paul?
Former Olympian Tony Benshoof of White Bear Lake was recruited at such an event decades ago.
The event aims to connect a lasting connection to the former school nutrition supervisor.
In a statement, the group's president called the posts "tasteless," as well as "inappropriate and not representing the values of our organization."
Murder victim's parents argue some documents are too intensely private.
Organizers say the cost could run anywhere from $2 million to $15 million, depending on the community and fundraising response.
Mark Wilf says owning a Nashville soccer team wouldn't be a distraction.
The college town ponders the loss of a modest economic boost and its annual moment in the purple spotlight.
In announcing a $24,000 award offered for information leading to the perpetrator, Asad Zaman, executive director of the Muslim America Society of Minnesota, said, "We are saddened."
The State Fair will serve new brews inspired by and flavored with everything from lingonberries, apples and cucumbers to cotton candy, Red Bull and Limoncello.
Gov. Mark Dayton cancels trip to Minnesota Farmfest due to illness.
Expanded kitchen in the Hyundai Club also in the works.
The governor is arguing that his office must be protected from legislative encroachment.
In a motion filed this week, the Wetterlings say the media shouldn't have access to contested documents.
Policy is that "strategic guests are supplemented with family and friends, who are always welcome in the suite," a new report notes.
Chicago-based Monterrey Security chief spoke briefly before the panel deferred vote.
"It's so great to see he is finally starting to feel better," mom writes on CaringBridge.
On Monday, Feb. 5, an estimated 70,000 commercial air travelers will arrive at MSP to fly out.
The team says the suites were "gifted" by the team to the MSFA for the agency's use only. The MSFA disagrees.
The goats have been eating invasive plants at Indian Mounds park since May.
Training camp generally draws about 60,000 fans to Mankato over two weeks. The Vikings expect more visitors to their new suburban facility, but won't put a number on how many.
When the new Minnesota Timberwolves season opens in three months, Target Center will look as rejuvenated as the team's new roster.
Turnaround executive Mike Vekich takes over in wake of MSFA suites controversy.
The Minnesota Ballpark Authority also heard about the Twins' plans to improve the main concourse in the offseason.
Former Sports Authority corner will serve as the headquarters through the game Feb. 4.
Up to 160,000 fans likely in Minneapolis over four days.
He called the canned meat a "uniquely Minnesota icon."
As new issues arise, including an FBI request, a judge moves the deadline to challenge the release of some documents to July 31.
Steve Simon questioned whether Minnesota law would allow him to do it and what end the information would be used.
Road construction, light-rail repairs and rain combined to turn the Wednesday morning commute into a long slog. A Metro Transit official warns that rush-hour relief might not come until next week.
The parents of Jacob Wetterling filed a lawsuit earlier this month to keep personal information about their family from public view.
U.S. Bank Stadium's operator will control suites for big upcoming events.
Move comes as stadium panel seeks a long-term person for the position.
Tony Webster's blog and Twitter feed have become must-reads for those interested in details of the killing of Philando Castile by St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez.
The authority will take up the issues at Thursday's meeting.
Hiring practices of the firm hired to protect Vikings stadium probed by detective board.
Members of the Links, Incorporated showed the children what is possible with their message of hope, love and support.
Many parks will have special events planned as well.
A district judge on Friday stopped the scheduled public release next week of some investigative documents related to Jacob Wetterling's 1989 abduction and murder.
"This is a personal matter and a serious one," a spokesman said a day after Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek's adult son faced felony charges for allegedly soliciting sex from a minor.
A closed-door settlement meeting last week was "disappointing," lawyer says.
Who did well and who didn't in the legislative session that ended early Friday.
The bill included changes to the board and salary limits.
Regents chair says U is attacking problem "every which way."
Letter to governor and all 201 legislators underscores that regents are concerned about sexual misconduct.
Arts aficionados at St. Catherine University in St. Paul are staging a performance protest Thursday over the slashing of music and theater programs, which the Catholic liberal arts school announced a few weeks ago.
The Vikings acknowledged Wednesday they could move training camp to Eagan as early as 2018. The team showed off its new under-construction headquarters to reporters on Wednesday.
Recently, two "pitch days" were held, where qualified minority, women, veteran and LGBT-certified businesses had five-minute appointments to show off to panels of judges for Super Bowl week exposure.
Tom Mueller has hired an attorney and has a lawsuit at the ready.
Vikings executive vice president Lester Bagley said Tuesday the team put in an application to the NFL 13 months ago to play host to the event.
Tina Holmes will help execs with strategic plan.
The goat named Gordy was found in the back of an SUV after a 2-mile chase, police spokesman Steve Linders said.
Paisley Park Enterprises must put up a $1 million bond to keep the order in place.
"Couldn't find a man to accept me for prom so I took a college that did," Priscilla Samey wrote in a Twitter post that's received more than 28,000 retweets. Samey was accepted to Harvard on a full scholarship.
The new chief of the stadium oversight panel leaves open the possibility of wide-scale remediation needs.
Vote was unanimous to take tighter control of finances, suite use.
Stadium manager SMG had wanted a $2 per ticket fee added to high school events held there.
Vote by full Minneapolis City Council to accept the cost reimbursement is expected on Friday.
The facility is the first sports site in the nation to win gold LEED certification.
Police services, at $3.1 million, are the biggest expense in the proposed contract.
Temporary order gives sides time to respond.
The move comes after public outcry over use of suites at U.S. Bank Stadium.
The likely move comes after the outcry over luxury suite use across downtown at U.S. Bank Stadium.
More than 4,400 submitted applications on the first day.
The first step is the online application process. But not everyone will be accepted, and background checks will be done.
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