She delivered the State of the City address at a north Minneapolis mosque.
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said his office will closely watch the company.
Mark Huberty was tried before jurors in 2014 on one count each of fourth and fifth-degree criminal sexual conduct for allegedly starting a sexual relationship with a married woman he had been counseling.
Resident of a Bemidji nursing home wanted to document poor care.
A federal judge in St. Paul rejected the argument that her parental rights were violated.
Speeds of no more than 5 mph will be enforced for more than 50 miles of the river, where it runs along the Twin Cities.
Target officials said they will look to buy an existing liquor store rather than add a new one.
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Northbound Blue Line riders can expect trips to take a bit longer on several nights this spring and summer.
Art Instruction Inc., once located just around the corner from the old Star and Tribune building on the edge of downtown Minneapolis, offered drawing courses by mail for more than a century. Here the Minneapolis Tribune profiles the commercial art school that trained the likes of Charles M. Schulz ("Peanuts") and Carlos de la Vega (who?).
New limits, half the level set last year by the E.P.A., mainly affect east metro and Bemidji drinking water.
The state's second-largest brewery said it wants to focus on its core market in the Upper Midwest.
For 150 years, the Star Tribune has been a front-line witness to the people and events that shape our lives in Minnesota and the Upper Midwest.
From World Series champs to our own Sid Hartman, Star Tribune celebrates 150 years of Minnesota sports
Before scores arrived instantly on screens, the Star Tribune brought the diamond, the racetrack, the victory, the heartbreak and the thrill of the game to readers.
To Minnesotans, the four seasons are about more than weather. The outdoor life brings us leisure, livelihood, disaster, and a little pride — it's extreme, but we like it here.
From F. Scott Fitzgerald to the State Fair, Star Tribune celebrates 150 years of culture in Minnesota
For 150 years, Minnesotans have taken pride in their cultural institutions and stars — from F. Scott Fitzgerald to Bob Dylan and Prince.
Innovation – making something useful out of a good idea – has popped up all over Minnesota's history, from railroads to malls, rollerblades and hospitals.
Star Tribune's first edition was published on May 25, 1867, nine years after Minnesota was granted statehood. These stories are your stories.
Scientists are identifying planting spots that will be strongholds against climate change.
Jack Dahl, 42, of Roseau, Minn., was driving east on Hwy. 11 when his Dodge Caravan veered into the westbound lane at 8:48 p.m. and struck a westbound semi .