Hundreds converge on State Capitol for second gun-control rally in a month
Flaws in the design have raised the price tag twice since the city accepted the bids.
Family has no basis in law to block the release — but the Wetterlings are seeking to change that.
Nicollet Island Park has only one portable toilet. Inn owner wants an attractive and permanent structure.
The warrant, filed in Hennepin County District Court, remains under seal.
Work will begin this fall on first stage of Shakopee housing, retail complex.
Suspect in two murders remains in a Texas jail, but extradition may be near.
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With the pending snowstorm diving south, there is a good bet that the Minnesota Department of Transportation will go forward with its plans to close parts of Interstate 35W through south Minneapolis on Wednesday and Thursday nights
"Women of the flats stood guard over their thresholds while police attempted to eject them for failure to pay rent on the grounds on which the dwellings stand. A near-riot was halted when a second court order was served on police, ordering a stay of the ejections."
The star's insistence on privacy may have kept help at bay.
Stadium panels and moisture have been a visible problem.
A 26-year-old man from Worthington, Minn., was killed Wednesday morning in a two-vehicle crash on an icy road in southwestern Minnesota’s Nobles County, according to…
Couple had blamed 2-year-old for causing bruises to 3-year-old who later died, the charges say.
The movie star has rented out a local theater for Katie Kelzenberg and friends to see his new flick, "Rampage."
George Nathaniel says he has right to exercise faith.
Tess and Rod Kosters of Blooming Prairie believe they're the reason Riess fled to Fort Myers Beach, Fla., where Riess allegedly killed one of their neighbors, 59-year-old Pamela Hutchinson. And they feared they were next.
Martha Meade Kaemmer, co-founder of Cooks of Crocus Hill, was known for her wisdom, generous spirit and curiosity about food. For most of her adult…
God's Ten Commandments outweigh 2nd Amendment, North Carolina churches say.
Students, college leaders wary of lopsided politics.