Two dozen eateries applied for liquor licenses for the first time. With about 70 restaurants in the city eligible, more applications are likely on the way.
Praise and outrage follow interim City Council member's pursuit of seat.
Justice for Jamar wants city to match settlement in Justine Damond case.
The abuse of the mentally diminished woman lasted for roughly two weeks, according to prosecutors.
Several blocks around the home were blocked off as a precaution.
With time running out, legislative leaders tentatively planned a special session Thursday to hammer out final budget agreements through a series of conference committees or "working groups."
The agreement could make Minnesota the first state in the nation to establish a separate state fund dedicated to opioid addiction prevention and treatment.
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Mile in My Shoes pairs residents with experienced runners from the community in the hope that everyone can find some joy and common ground.
Ramadan is a time to avoid conflict and quarrels, but anyone who follows U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar on Twitter knows conflict avoidance is not her style.
Task force to study whether vacancies reflect normal churn, or a new normal.
Babies named Thea and Rhett are trending up in Minnesota, but how popular have they been over the last century?
Lawrence Tuma died of smoke inhalation resulting from a "flash fire."
As session ends, lawmakers differ on the need for a task force to review legislation.
Police report an arrest in one of the incidents after a violent weekend.
DNR denies petition to allow denser development along protected waterway.
Peter McLaughlin will lead local development group after losing re-election bid.
William Butler avoided incarceration, but must file returns for 2012 to 2019.