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So much for the reverse commute for drivers in the southwest metro. The thickest traffic on Friday morning is on southbound Hwy. 169 leading to…
Milwaukee's police chief says his department will change the way it handles an investigation into a fatal shootings by an officer.
Nurses striking five hospitals in the Twin Cities metro will vote on the latest contract offer from Allina Health next week.
Coming Sunday: It is North America's greatest river. But in Minnesota, home to its headwaters, changes in the landscape are putting water quality at risk. Inside the race to protect the Mississippi.
Retailer pours money and sweat into playgrounds, other projects.
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The negotiating team representing striking Allina Health hospital nurses has no recommendation for Monday's vote, according to a union statement.
Regency Beauty Institute, with headquarters in St. Louis Park, has shuttered all of its 79 beauty schools, including five in Minnesota, without warning.
The 270-acre complex is proposed for the shore of Star Lake, home to sensitive wildlife breeding grounds, cabins in families for generations and a private hunting club used by some of Minnesota's oldest-money families.
Democratic strategists have found that tarring down-ticket Republicans with the scarlet T may hurt Clinton.
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The deaths of children have prompted the resignations of child protection officials around the country. Meanwhile, a national commission is studying ways to better protect children from abuse and death.