The $4 million project is part of an effort to improve areas near light-rail station.
Last year the state investigated two incidents of infested furniture imported from China.
The highly anticipated state-federal deal will provide $350 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and $150 million in state funds.
Appeals judge says suspects can be compelled to give print, as with blood sample.
Prosecutors say racist believes triggered shooting, while defense says shots were in self-defense.
As the state's largest private university takes the first steps in a major expansion, its neighbors in St. Paul hope for relief from traffic and housing woes.
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Two days after being grilled by legislators over the use of suites at the Vikings new home, she wishes she would have dealt with the bitter skepticism and conducted a thorough vetting of the MSFA's suite policies.
Drivers who use the Nine Mile Creek Bridge on Hwy. 169 between Bren Road and 5th Street/Lincoln Drive on the Minnetonka-Edina border will have more time to find alternate routes.
New funds push project's cost to $138 million.
Former General Mills exec to replace CEO Tom Hoch on interim basis.
Experts disagree whether TSA needs to change rules for checking guns.
President Obama’s clemency announcement was greeted with elation by several churchgoers in Detroit Lakes on Tuesday: Their friend Kenny Gragg will soon be free. A…
For more than 40 years, he traveled the country representing Indian tribes and activists in battles over water, land, fishing and hunting rights.
The Minneapolis CDA is issuing tax revenue bonds for the North Market project.
The victim's identity has yet to be released.
Friends and relatives described William Irvin, 35, as a dedicated family man, who lived quietly in his North St. Paul apartment.
He'll serve nearly 11 years in prison and the remainder on supervised release.
The crash occurred near Interstate 35, police said.