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Businessman planning to move to the city steps up to save a historic cottage from demolition.
Nobody was seriously injured in the Saturday morning incident.
Minnesotans who buy groceries using Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits can soon pay for them via curbside pickup or delivery, letting them buy groceries…
A longtime associate and a neighbor would need state and city approval to see their vision through.
Annual breakfast a time to reflect, appreciate service members in Plymouth.
Lake Minnetonka study showed pesticide dramatically reduced zebra mussels while sparing most other species.
Two people died in separate crashes on Minnesota roads overnight Friday.About 11 p.m., 31-year-old George Menchaca of Kerkhoven, Minn., died when his car, headed west…
Upset with city rulings, the trio have launched a grassroots campaign.
The White House's COVID-19 adviser sounds a dire alarm after meeting with Gov. Tim Walz and other state and local officials.
Helen Q. Kivnick co-authored a book with a famous psychologist, developed programs to help aging people and at-risk youths, and was nominated for a Grammy…
A "Fill the Seat" rally was taking place Saturday morning, while an anti-Barrett march was canceled.
The exhibit explores the lives of various groups who settled in Chaska through the years.
Even before COVID, the industry was struggling from a shortage of workers.
The suspect, who ran a stop sign, suffered noncritical injuries.
The district will launch Stage 1 of a hybrid learning program Oct. 19, with others to follow.
The $1.5 million project is part of a larger project shaping Lake Waconia Regional Park.
In its first year, the Sustainable Horticulture Training Program has offered hands-on education to students with a variety of goals.
Some say it could help preserve charming old houses; others say it's too subjective.
The victim tried to help a person he thought was on drugs, authorities say.
Six people suffered noncritical injuries, the State Patrol said.
About 400,000 Axis prisoners of war captured during World War II were dispatched to 500 camps around the United States. Many Minnesotans are unfamiliar with this episode in history.
Supporters said the new ordinance will preserve the city's character, while opponents argued it would be too subjective.
The development was already drawing visitors this week, and many said they liked it.
A couple of hundred people — waving American flags, singing patriotic songs, wearing pro-Donald Trump T-shirts and eschewing face masks — gathered in front of the Minnesota State Capitol Saturday for an event billed as United We Stand & Patriots March for America.
Police responding to a 911 call said shots were fired from inside a house.
Police heard a gunshot as they responded to a domestic disturbance call.
Lynn Strauss and Anita Lovelace missed each other for almost 50 years — until last year's Great Minnesota Get Together helped them get together
The victim is expected to survive, and one man was charged with second-degree assault.
Forced by the pandemic to cancel the public events that pay most of its bills, the Excelsior-Lake Minnetonka Chamber of Commerce has asked the community…
Crystal, Robbinsdale were hit hard in the Twin Cities metro area.
Tom Funk's campaign sparks backlash among Carver County residents and officials.
The governor will formally extend the COVID-19 peacetime emergency at a special legislative session.
Officials with a state cycling nonprofit said they hope to replace the 30-year-old bike-racing facility with a new track elsewhere in the metro area.
The order from Gov. Tim Walz about face mask use indoors generated mixed reactions from merchants and customers.
Tornado warnings were popping up again around 10 p.m., after a number early tonight. Friday night's storms downed power lines and trees and triggered two house fires in the metro area.
As Minnesota leaders pondered their next steps, it's not yet clear what other sources of funds they may tap.
In his 34 years working for the city, Todd Gerhardt saw its population more than triple. Now it's time to retire.
The program, to launch in Minneapolis with the donation from Otto Bremer Trust, will help at-risk populations.
Viral pandemic interrupts more than a century of lakeside celebrations.
Steve Wegman, owner of the 507, said he's invested in masks, gloves and cleaning supplies and taken many other steps to protect the health and safety of both customers and employees since Minnesota bars and restaurants reopened at limited capacity this month.
A 45-year-old Fergus Falls man died Friday afternoon in a motorcycle crash on Interstate 94 in Wilkin County, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.The man,…
The information released about their son has become "Archer's legacy," Donald Amorosi said.
A crowd of several hundred gathered in downtown Minneapolis for two back-to-back protests calling for an end to police brutality and racism.
Outgoing and cheerful, Audrey Josephine Larsen rarely missed an opportunity to make someone else smile or laugh. With friends and family, new acquaintances and even…
Cristo Rey students are graduating into uncertain world, but prepared to shine.
Wayne Bugg got help to improve his life. Now he's paying it forward as he works to put the St. Vincent de Paul thrift store back together.
The earliest reliable account a logging-camp tale was from — brace yourself, Minnesotans — Wisconsin. But Minnesota figures prominently in Paul Bunyan's journey after that.
Eastern Carver County schools have battled accusations of racist bullying, inequities.
Police said a man was found dead at the home.
She had no map, no GPS, not the vaguest sense of the metro area's geography. But somehow a rescue dog named Zelda found her way home.
Born with a heart defect, he had open-heart surgery when he was four days old and spent most of his life in the shadow of dire prognoses.
With revenue vanishing during the shutdown, the event center can't stay afloat, its owner said.
Steven Schussler said he's mulling over whether to appeal the decision.
People have more time to read or assemble jigsaw puzzles.
A Wayzata businessman who has failed three times to win city approval to put up a massive, multiuse building on Lake Minnetonka says he’s done…
Visitors are excited to see the vivid spring gardens — even from their car windows.
Proposed review board could also give Lake Minnetonka enclave the toughest residential zoning regulations in the state.
Minnesota's restrictions are 'killing a mosquito with a sledgehammer,' one protester complained.
On a warm and sunny Saturday — the first day Minnesota golf courses were allowed to open after a statewide shutdown began in March — just walking around on the course felt pretty good.
In some parts of Minnesota, the sap flowed at record levels. In others, not so much.
A skeleton crew works to tend thousands of plants in the U's popular Carver County garden.
The Twin Cities metro area will also be in the storm's path; the forecast calls for about 5 inches at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
The two Minnesota schools, one for women and the other for men, already share courses, facilities and programs.
They say the structure is a safety hazard that limits the use of their shoreline.
The men had personal flotation devices on board but weren't wearing them, the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office said.
Construction during shutdown could minimize any disruptions to business, city officials decided.
They might not look like much, but the tiny fragments contain clues about life on the island 1,500 years ago.
It's a good year to be outdoors, one place you can still safely venture.
Customers shrug off COVID-19 worries, line up to celebrate Pi Day at new Minneapolis pie shop.
People hit the outdoors during the warmest weekend since October.
A union representing 4,000 janitors is still negotiating with 18 companies over wages and safety training.
Participants learn about utilities, road construction, public safety, sewers.
Police said a domestic dispute led to the gunfire.
Eastern Carver district must cut its budget by $14M after voters rejected a referendum in November.
Within six hours, the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office responded to two heroin overdoses in Shoreview and one in White Bear Township.