After years of trying, the city failed to find a developer for the site.
Born with a tragic condition, she found joy amid pain before her Jan. 12 death.
The words 'Deport racists' were removed from a photo of the award-winning students.
"Major winter storm" will create treacherous driving conditions across southern Minnesota.
It's getting to the point where you wonder whether Gustavus Adolphus College would turn up its nose at a paltry $1 million gift.
With Edina in a harsh spotlight, residents offer their take on bias and inequities.
Local businesses work with high schools to help with the transition to college and the workforce.
BLOGS + COLUMNISTS
The I-35W bridge over the Mississippi River in downtown Minneapolis will glow purple Friday through Sunday night by orders from Gov. Mark Dayton.
The Vikings trailed Cleveland by a point, 23-22, and Tommy Kramer had just launched a pass from the Browns' 46-yard line into the right corner of the end zone, with four seconds showing on the scoreboard clock.
From blinking cups to orphaned purses, league and stadium officials shoot for zero waste.
New strategies include recruiting underemployed rural workers and students in small-town high schools, starting a culinary school program and reaching out to displaced Puerto Ricans.
Vikings fans are going to extremes to ensure a purple and gold presence amid the green and white in Philadelphia at the NFC Championship Game.
Despite customers' initial excitement, many store owners said Sunday sales have been more of a burden than a boon.
A Rochester teen dared an armed man to shoot him after the two were involved in a minor collision, according to a friend who was in the teen's car and saw the fatal shooting.
Rochester man's claim of self-defense in shooting likely to be tested at trial.
Parental drug abuse forces thousands into foster care.
Fifteen years after retirement, Mary Merrill will reprise her tenure as superintendent of the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board.
Logging rights for a popular tract of state forest near Ely were put up for auction this week — and no one bid on them.
A third man was seriously injured in the rollover in Baldwin Township around 5 a.m.