More than 18 months after the state rolled out its glitch-ridden driver's licensing and registration system, local branches and offices that have navigated customers through the delays are wondering if they will ever get reimbursed for their extra hours and overtime costs.
Firefighters in Superior, Wis., battled a large grain elevator fire late Monday afternoon, the city's second large fire this year.
The small congregation in Norwood Young America works on plan to regroup.
Casey R. Myers was five months pregnant at the time of the crash. Her husband is a teacher and varsity basketball coach in the Holdingford School District in central Minnesota.
The resident responsible says reaction from passersby has been nothing but positive.
The Board of Regents voted unanimously to name Joan Gabel, currently the provost at the University of South Carolina, to the University of Minnesota's top job.
Decision by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency upset opponents of the facility, who had hoped for a stringent environmental review of the land and the proposal's impact.
Says the law in Dayton, Minn., clashes with state law and public interest.
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Pardon hearing day means four hours of high drama, heartbreak and small mercies for people who are trying hard to be better than they used to be.
Minnesota taxpayers won't know how much the Board of Regents will propose to pay Joan Gabel until a public offer is made, probably next week.
New business helps make genealogy links, guides tours for Minnesotans.
The theft occurred Sunday night at the restaurant on County Road D
Authorities on Monday identified the husband and wife who were killed in central Minnesota when their horse-drawn buggy was hit from behind on a rural…
Health Dept. report comes with plea for prevention.
Law enforcement officers responding to sexual assaults in Minnesota would be expected to follow strict new protocols — including the best ways to gather evidence and interview victims — under a draft policy prepared for the state's police licensing board.
Woman hit by vehicle in Brooklyn Park is identified; pedestrian struck in Columbia Heights fighting for his life
Two pedestrian collisions prompt safety reminder for drivers and walkers.
MnDOT taps landowners to use "living fences" to improve safety in winter.
Every City Council seat is up for a vote in 2019, and Dan Bostrom is retiring.