The suit, filed on behalf of students at the company in the 1970s and '80s, names former CTC artistic director John Clark Donahue and an unnamed ex-employee.
New studies show evaporation is an issue in November, not just summer months.
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.
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The newspaper career of Wisconsin native Winifred Bonfils spanned five decades, beginning in 1890 at the San Francisco Examiner. Her syndicated pieces for Hearst ran under the byline "Winifred Black," but Examiner readers knew her as Annie Laurie. The Minneapolis Star carried her syndicated column in the early 1930s, including this swell musing published a few years before her death.
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Prosecutors say evidence is insufficient to pursue charges of attempted murder or a hate crime in the shootings in North Minneapolis.
The Senate majority leader held his annual fundraiser as his region faces economic woes.
A check for $500,000 was dropped in a Salvation Army kettle over the weekend in Rosemount, a startling act of generosity that a couple said…
Teaching history at the U or speaking on issues of the day, Hy Berman was "always engaged."
Meanwhile, felony charges were filed against four men suspected of being involved in the wounding of five activists with gunfire.
The St. Paul School District says the teachers union's proposal would strain the budget.
Two years after the suburb launched an aggressive branding campaign to boost its reputation, survey shows most are proud to call it home.
A Minneapolis man was charged Monday in connection with the disappearance and possible death of a 25-year-old woman. Joshua Lewis Duane Dow, 31, was charged…
The rag factory was part of the state's early Jewish history and now will be repurposed.
Sunny skies and warmer temperatures make their way to Minnesota by the end of the week.
He pleaded guilty to a sexual relationship with student on hockey team.
State weighs whether to include charters in integration plan, and a lawsuit blames charters for heightening segregation in Minneapolis and St. Paul schools.
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…
"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.
One of six brothers involved in a family criminal operation received a six-year sentence Monday for his role in a $20 million black market cellphone…