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Restaurants are stepping up to feed various groups who need to eat during the pandemic.
Three expansions, the first in two decades, follow years of park closures.
The city is likely the first metro area suburb to require a license.
Staffers reported at 1 p.m., and students are scheduled to return Monday.
Mediator brought the two sides together, union says.
Dakota County to hear options on possibly assuming operations.
The initiative aims to coordinate the response of law enforcement officers and county social workers when emotionally distressed residents call police.
Some 13 South St. Paul residents with special needs will be left without a home or the services that help them live independently.
"Suspect is down, start an ambulance, all the officers are OK," a officer radioed, according to dispatch audio.
Farmington City Council overrules earlier decision on downtown structure.
One Life Health Services allegedly let vulnerable clients live in squalor .
Plans call for a trail to draw visitors to ancient sites near the Minnesota River.
Manypenny "was unafraid to speak up and speak truth to power," said his daughter, Minnesota Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan.
As the number of suburban curling facilities grows, Minnesota fans say there's more than enough demand for additional ice as more people try the social sport.
The investigation by Berean Baptist blamed the Rev. Wes Feltner for misuse of power in dating two teenage women in his youth group.
South St. Paul council grants other owners provisional agreements.
Getting more people involved, strengthening local ties and building cultural center are among the achievements.
Limb amputation is common in cats and dogs, but no one had heard of a flipper amputation on an otter.
Emerald ash borer's toll keeps growing, but processing the tree waste into fuel or mulch carries a cost.
Three members will take on new roles on the business council at the end of the month, when Vig steps down after eight years as chairman.
Shakopee City Council stands firm, leaving Riverside Fields users to ice skate just a mile away.
His last day will be Jan. 31, when the SMSC's new Business Council will be inaugurated, a spokesperson said.
PJs and polo shirts with a Burnsville logo? Suburb is selling branded items online.
A year-round sports culture drives dome building boom in metro, even with red ink and weather damage.
Property tax levy hikes for 2020 range from 2.8 to 4.9%.
Trial in federal court was supposed to start Monday, but ended with a settlement barring defendant from selling wolves or their parts.
The 11-year-old was charged with disorderly conduct and misdemeanor fifth-degree assault, and a judge ordered a kind of probation. But the family's lawyer said he was a "kid being a kid."
The sudden shuttering of Family Fresh Market is turning the south metro city into an unlikely suburban food desert.
A neighbor heard the two boys screaming and saw them running out the front door of the home, coats on and backpacks in hand. "I thought it was a game. … All of a sudden, the gunshots started ringing out," he said.
Scott County says vendors are a better fit for kitchen and laundry work
Members of Berean Baptist Church were told of the Rev. Wes Feltner's resignation this weekend.
Snow is expected to fall starting late Tuesday afternoon, dropping up to 6 inches that will be whipped around by strong winds Wednesday.
Ryan William Hill, 34, drowned though emergency workers tried several ways to reach him.
He started cataloging all U.S. planes, meticulously recording details that caught the attention of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.
It happened in the Marcy-Holmes neighborhood, where residents already have met with police after crimes.
The allegations against the Rev. Wes Feltner have shaken the congregation at his south metro megachurch, resulting in his taking a leave and removing him from consideration by a church in Tennessee.
Members of Plymouth Congregational Church in Minneapolis voted Sunday to remove a large embroidery depicting the first Thanksgiving and a slave ship that church leaders deemed to be "disturbing and hurtful."
More young women from diverse backgrounds are running — and winning.
Mayor Melvin Carter on Sunday encouraged residents to attend a series of public safety forums that begin this week.
A railway wants to ship 500M gallons a year from wells in Dakota County.
Both parties plan measures to get nicotine products out of the hands of teenagers.
Despite making "extensive practical sense," collaboration between tribes and local governments on infrastructure projects remains "less common than it should be," said UMD Prof. Joseph Bauerkemper. In this case, the joint water treatment plant will save the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux and city of Prior Lake millions.
The suspect was booked into the Hennepin County jail.
One adult died and another was injured after the vehicle's front end started on fire.
The developer bowed out of the 1,500-home project.
A rusty patched bumblebee has made its home in bluffland area.
Ubah Hussein, 35, died when a wrong-way driver hit her minivan in Mpls. He told police he was high on PCP.
It may be the first Twin Cities suburb to craft an ordinance specifically addressing problems with the "temporary refuse receptacles."
City wants FAA to give peace and quiet a chance.
A man and a 4-year-old boy were shot as someone opened fire on their SUV, which then crashed and overturned in front of a St. Paul apartment complex Sunday night.
Two teenage siblings injured when a carjacker crashed into them are making progress, though the woman who was hit remains hospitalized, according to their father’s…
Saturday night's shooting in Minneapolis continues a pattern of crime in downtown that is driving away some who used to frequent the area's bars, theaters and clubs.
Pastor at St. Albans asks community not to avenge RayVell Carter's death.
Officer fired after the armed man rammed his police SUV on Sept. 15, investigators say.
The new Hoċokata Ti cultural center includes a museum open to the public.
Neighbors point to the nearby Spectro Alloys smelting plant as the source. Spectro officials say that they're doing nothing wrong.
The couple married in Red Wing at a friend's cabin with Gov. Tim Walz giving the wedding toast.
Officials said that having another entity manage the publicly owned buildings on its own is unsustainable in the long run.
Two people on the party bike were injured and taken to Hennepin County Medical Center.
Up to 12 minutes of the pursuit, which ended in Richfield, was livestreamed on Facebook.
He ordered firefighters to remove a generator from the roof of City Hall.
Back-to-back closings of two discount stores in St. Paul months after Sears shut its doors are taking a big bite out of the city's retail offerings.
Suburbs are increasingly allowing golf carts on city streets
The director of community services in Dakota County is on leave pending an investigation into a complaint made against him, according to a county news…
Charges included three counts of domestic assault including assault by strangulation, a felony. Police were continuing to investigate.
Complaint says man spent up to $400 on scratch-off tickets daily.
The summer that started with a lot of rain looks to be ending the same way: swampy. A brief but heavy storm doused the Twin…
Owner couldn't come up with money to get them back; city calls his home "extremely unsanitary."
Plan is part of $44 million school levy to go before voters in November.
Shakopee is divided over releasing an unredacted school district document.
Jonna Kojo Armartey, 37, pleaded guilty to two charges of second-degree murder for killing a husband and wife.
The department in West St. Paul requires officers to meet with a counselor annually.
More police visible as many in Twin Cities voice fears
Some issue fines and citations while others take a softer approach.
According to the statement, two members of the men's swimming team were downtown Minneapolis last weekend when they were struck by stray gunfire.