St. Paul slips from a tie in 2015 to a close second among 100 cities.
He was on a 4-wheeler at the time he was struck, the Sheriff's Office said.
A Minneapolis man is charged with burglary, accused of slipping through a closed construction zone to get into the House chambers.
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The council voted unanimously in a committee meeting to establish a permanent advisory group on transgender issues.
Time will fly by silently this summer in downtown Minneapolis, when City Hall's clock tower bells cease chiming during a long-anticipated restoration project.
Harriet, who has made national TV appearances and whose image is on a Minnesota license plate design, was euthanized at age 35.
With the first round over, more than half of the competitors have been eliminated.
Dr. Kjell Lindgren said lessons learned at Minneapolis hospital were valuable in space.
New video from AAA shows cars whizzing precariously close to its tow truck drivers.
"Will controversy over managing the deer population ever go away? No," said Legislative Auditor James Nobles.
Minnesota is suing its fundraising arm for deceptive practices.
The city recently asked residents what they value when it comes to trash hauling. People responded en masse, a report released Wednesday shows.
Work starts this week on one of Minnesota's largest solar projects.
Most everybody these days tells a disturbing story about distracted drivers drifting over centerlines, veering onto road shoulders and risking rear-end collisions as they toy…
"No funds have been misappropriated. No one got rich off doing business with [Move Minneapolis]," Dan MacLaughlin, who was placed on leave, said in an interview.
A Minneapolis man accused of slipping into the state Capitol with a knife and leaving threatening messages in the House Chamber is facing criminal charges.
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders is asking his donors to support Russ Feingold's U.S. Senate bid.
There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the Aug. 9 primary, including the requirement that photo identification be shown at the polls, a federal judge hearing a challenge to more than a dozen election laws said Thursday.
Bernie Sanders has asked his backers to support Democrat Russ Feingold's Senate bid in Wisconsin.,
Dave Berger was put on 'investigative leave' from Inver Hills Community College in February.