Construction during shutdown could minimize any disruptions to business, city officials decided.
A painting in Burton Hall of the British battleship HMS Victory at the Battle of Trafalgar was donated by the late Rodney Wallace. But where did he get it?
The men had personal flotation devices on board but weren't wearing them, the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office said.
In "absolute shock," owner Tammy Grubbs says the city acted illegally in condemning the property.
Despite concerns of year-round residents, some cabin owners head north to wait out the crisis
Newly declared patients included a 2-year-old as concern grows about the virus' spread in long-term care facilities.
The retailer's site selector said project bids in the city "far exceeded" those elsewhere in the Midwest.
Former Pine County Sheriff's Office clerk leads fight to break down the "blue wall of silence."
The coronavirus might shut down almost everything else, but the art goes on at Interact, a visual and performing arts center for people with disabilities.
Many fear the worst is yet to come, and their loved ones will die alone, with no one holding their hand.
Confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Wisconsin are nearing the 1,000 mark, officials reported Saturday.
The victim was identified as a 37-year-old man from Rochester.
COLUMBUS MARCH 2 Theft. Two snowmobiles were reported stolen off a trailer in the 14000 block of NE. Lake Drive. EXCELSIOR FEB. 15
As the Red River rises, many city folks along its banks are breathing a sigh of relief because a “perfect spring melt” should keep flood…
The lift span of the historic Stillwater Lift Bridge was raised and locked into place Thursday, signaling the start of the navigation season on the…
In the self-published book's first three months in print, it sold 30,000 copies.
The Minnesota Department of Health on Saturday confirmed the state's fifth death from the coronavirus, on a day when Gov. Tim Walz signed a bill to provide more money to help manage the pandemic.
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The Minnesota Department of Human Rights says it has started to hear about bias incidents targeting Asian-Americans.
A 53-year-old man charged last week in the 2008 killing of a University of Wisconsin-Madison student was set to be released from prison on a drunken driving sentence.
Despite COVID-19, blood banks remain open for business and need donations.
A 34-year-old Minneapolis man was killed early Friday in an SUV crash in Crow Wing County, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.The driver, Justin David…