Over the past five year, paramedics and police have responded to more than a dozen fatal crashes that left 16 people dead on Hwy. 12 in the west metro. They're hoping they won't be called to another one for the next 12 months.
Berman was a leading voice on immigration issues, the labor movement and state politics.
State weighs whether to include charters in integration plan, and a lawsuit blames charters for heightening segregation in Minneapolis and St. Paul schools.
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The Minnesota Department of Transportation got an unanticipated but welcome marketing push from Mother Nature Monday when she dumped enough snow on the highways to snarl traffic all across the metro.
Monday morning commuters took a beating; metro area poised to endure up to 5 more inches of snow Monday evening.
Minnesota drivers are far from perfect, but they are considered the best in the nation for the second straight year, according to a study out…
Meanwhile, felony charges were filed against four men suspected of being involved in the wounding of five activists with gunfire.
"We love the children and believe we can provide them the best environment under these circumstances," wrote Doug and Gina Dahlen in a motion seeking to intervene in the child protection case of Gianna and Samantha Rucki.
A 29-year-old Eden Prairie man admitted to police that he'd left his 17-month-old son alone in his vehicle for several hours in freezing temperatures while…
The donors want to stay anonymous. The amount dwarfs the previous one-time record kettle donation in the metro area.
Emergency vehicles, plows may be blocked by protesters' fires and wood on Plymouth Avenue.
Gina Evans, community outreach director for Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge, has a "pretty long history of low-level criminal activity," beginning at 16, including check…
Nearly 10 inches could fall on Monday and Tuesday.
New Stpaul.gov website to go live Dec. 4.
Gov. Mark Dayton is pressuring a steel company that received a hefty government loan to quickly repay private Minnesota vendors or risk him seeking immediate reimbursement of the $66 million state note.
The first show sold out; tickets for the new date go on sale Dec. 11.
The latest in the investigation into the fatal shooting of a black man by Minneapolis police that has sparked more than a week of demonstrations (all times local):
A third person has died in a firearm-related incident during Wisconsin's 9-day gun deer season.
The Salvation Army has wasted little time cashing this donation-bucket check.