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Forum invites the community to join efforts for low-emission vehicles in districts' fleets.
City officials want to remove trash cans from some neighborhood parks.
It's the first township in Minnesota to incorporate since 2014, when Rice Lake, north of Duluth, received city status.
Dakota people have an 8,000-year history in the area of Spring Lake Park Reserve.
The plant, which would be built at the Pine Bend Landfill, may be the state's first of this type.
COVID rates stayed low, but calls to 911 were up.
It took a year and a half and thousands of dollars to rescue Henry and bring him to Minnesota.
The deadline to apply for the federal housing voucher program is Monday night.
South St. Paul is weighing the fate of the massive gates that once guided workers to the Armour meatpacking plant but now present an obstacle…
Losses are expected to continue this year.
Some inner-ring west metro suburbs are weighing lower speed limits to improve street safety for cyclists and pedestrians, following similar changes made by Minneapolis and…
Jeffrey Alan Davison allegedly touched a 15-year-old student inappropriately.
Board members say they are free to have more candid conversations without cameras.
City cites budget hole created by loss of revenue from lodging taxes.
Officials discussed the feasibility of a new center on American Legion property near Veterans Park.
Officials cite the pandemic and the changing plans of other players at the mall.
Tim Heaney was a student of the world, traveling to remote jungles in New Guinea when few others dared and planning family trips to communist…
He's stepping down after 33 years due to health concerns.
Suburb passes emergency regulation in an effort to help restaurants hurt by pandemic
The emergency regulation limits the amount that companies such as Grub Hub, Bite Squad and Door Dash can charge restaurants on orders to 15% of the total bill.
Most see their role as educating defiant businesses, not acting to force compliance.
Members of American Legion Post 435 say the moratorium will hurt their ability to sell the property.
Eden Prairie and Northfield are among the first metro-area cities to create land-acknowledgment statements.
It comes after the Boardwalk Bar and Grill opened to sit-down customers, defying Gov. Tim Walz's executive order.
The bar's owner has said the rules are "a slap in the face" when eateries in nearby North Dakota are open.
Route used in the 1800s connected Carver County with Minneapolis, St. Paul.
The Dakota County Board voted unanimously Tuesday to waive annual liquor license fees in 2021 for bars, restaurants, golf courses and event venues as a…
Eden Prairie Local News launched in September and now has dozens of articles online.
A suspect was taken into custody, police said.
"The whole thing is bizarre," said a police spokesman.
The inmate's death is the fifth in Minnesota correctional facilities this year.
The body was floating in the river near Shakopee's Huber Park.
A rising interest in flight lessons is fueling steady traffic at Flying Cloud and Blaine airports
The Rev. Jeff Walther, of Esko, Minn., died Oct. 25 of COVID-19 complications at Essentia Health-St. Mary's Medical Center in Duluth.
At nearly 20% Hispanic, suburb is told some residents have hard time accessing public services.
Along with the specials came concerns that such last gasp promotions could attract too many thirsty customers and turn into potential virus superspreader events.
Turkey made friends at 90th and Penn, but some said he was getting too aggressive.
A Hmong farmers group to buy 155 acres with the help of $2M from the state.
The driver was having a medical emergency, authorities say.
Some Dakota County election outcomes that had appeared to be final Tuesday night flipped by Wednesday morning as county election officials continued to upload absentee…
Suburban residents in the metro area decided numerous races Tuesday involving local government leaders, school board members and ballot questions. Bloomington Four years after the…
Co-curricular athletics and activities will continue through the end of the fall season in the Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan district.
As a teenager during World War II, Anita Rowden narrowly escaped a Nazi work camp, traversed several European countries on foot and finally managed to…
Richfield temporarily closes agency inside City Hall to better serve historic turnout
The question of keeping organized trash collection in the city will be decided by voters on Nov. 3.
"[Gun violence] is something that weighs very heavily on us. Even as we're out in the streets, demanding an end to police violence, we're also demanding an end to gun violence in our community," activist Nekima Levy Armstrong said.
Amazon expects to open a 750,000-square-foot fulfillment center in Lakeville next summer, following a unanimous City Council vote Monday to approve the tech giant's plans.The…
His accuser is unable to get to Minnesota to testify because of COVID-19 concerns.
Proposal is too dense for their Bloomington neighborhood, some say.
No arrests were reported after the marches wrapped up Thursday, one night after 51 people were taken into custody, mostly in south Minneapolis.
Edina's Garden Park has been renamed Yancey Park in memory of the family, among the first settlers of the area.
Bloomington is struggling with police calls at hotels housing homeless people.
The man was being sought by St. Paul police at the time of the shooting.
One person was killed and another seriously injured in a crash in Itasca County Wednesday afternoon, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.A Chevy TrailBlazer driven…
The move would take the acreage off local tax rolls.
Despite heated moments, there were no arrests.
The criteria will be used to evaluate representation in the city's public decor.
The search continues for a third victim.
A 23-year-old man died Thursday, almost a week after being found unresponsive in his cell.
The lawsuit notes Jacob LeTourneau-Elsharkawy and his mother reported more than 20 incidents of bullying to school staff before his death by suicide.
A dock installed by two Shorewood families on their sliver of Lake Minnetonka shoreline has launched a battle with the city that's now gone to the state's highest court — and even prompted one of the defendants to run for mayor.
Three members of the LaTourell family have been charged with illegally harvesting ciscoes and profiting from their sale as bait.
The previous presidential election year, 2016, also saw record gun sales, with 15 million background checks conducted. So far this year there have already been 13.7 million checks, with four months left to go.
The Superfund program will investigate the source of the contaminants and clean up the area.
"He was prepared for both but resolved to live," a daughter said after listening to him recount his ordeal.
Trevor Nielsen also recorded girls and women at Elk River High School, pools and parks.
Jason Slattum is accused of supplying the tainted heroin that killed Michelle Cahill.
City repeals requirement that landlords evict tenants after three violations or police calls.
James Edward Carter, 56, of Forest Lake, employed two boys to work at his home, where he assaulted them.
Survey shows large numbers lack masks or gloves and virus-related training at work.
The 60-year-old woman wasn't wearing a seat belt when the truck rolled over.
The city felt restricted by a 1963 provision keeping the property parkland.
Three suspects, thought to have stolen nine flags in all, were charged with theft and damage to property.
Making it a paid holiday for county workers would cost an estimated $2 million.
Whether traveling to Thailand in the '60s or participating in a study to refine Parkinson's treatment, Georgia Plumadore grabbed hold of every chance she got."My…