There has yet to be an arrest in the Aug. 5 blast that destroyed part of the Dar Al Farooq Islamic Center in Bloomington.
The 2003 agreement with the U.S. Justice Department wasn't fulfilled, community leaders say.
The region is increasingly reliant on mines in the southeast metro to make our concrete and asphalt, a resource that's a lot cheaper if it's local.
Entire eighth-grade park team players and coaches get first of 500 free tickets to big game Feb. 4.
Fundraising e-mail says, "Don't be filled with regret on November 8."
The massive mat of vegetation is creeping along the shoreline of North Long Lake, just outside Brainerd.
The state Department of Natural Resources has agreed to settle a lawsuit alleging the agency is over-regulating large livestock operations.
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This week the Drive told you about how plans for the new bus rapid transit (BRT) line on Penn Avenue are progressing. On Thursday, Metro Transit will share its plans for another BRT line that is in the works.
It's a big job, but starting Tuesday crews in Minneapolis will get to work on cleaning 1,000 miles of city streets.
The settlement is the largest of its kind in the nation, housing advocates say.
The Hennepin County Board hearing and its vote sometime before the end of the year are the next steps in the state-mandated process to change the name of a body of water.
Regional parks are no longer acquiring land as aggressively, but the Twin Cities has now passed 200,000 acres of park and recreation land.
Federal officials said Wednesday that the state now has through October 2018 to comply with the federal Real ID law.
Minnehaha Avenue, downtown and north Minneapolis were the sites of gunfire.
Two veterans will face a longtime incumbent in quest for two open seats.
Earlier, Sheriff Jack Serier said that the county has signed an agreement to take over policing of Falcon Heights.
A 19-year-old man from Blaine died Wednesday night when the car he was driving and a semitrailer truck collided in Blaine, according to police.The truck…
The victim, shot at Little Earth American Indian community, remains hospitalized in critical condition with a gunshot wound to the head.
20-year veteran Bobby Lambert had been fired for conducting an improper search.