Gov. Mark Dayton has succeeded in stripping the Minnesota Historical Society of its statutory authority as the state's preservation office, thanks to an omnibus bill passed by the House and Senate that awaits his signature.
He lowered himself into a storm drain to pull off the recovery.
Los Angeles-based artist Sam Durant issued a statement Monday expressing remorse for not reaching out to the Dakota community.
Last year, the team qualified for the world championship in London but lost.
Fans entering CHS Field are now being scanned with metal-detecting wands and are being asked to empty pockets.
Bernie O. Aaberg, an Army private from Minnesota who went missing in the Philippines during World War II, has the distinctions of being, alphabetically, the first member on the U.S. military's list of those missing in action.
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An eighth-grade English assignment is a heartbreaking view of life coming apart for a 14-year-old girl, and a stark reminder that violent acts have many victims.
The headline blared across the front page of the Minneapolis Sunday Tribune. Big enough to stop a president: “U.S. CENSORSHIP PLAN REVEALED.” It was…
Durant created the sculpture 'Scaffold,' which sparked protests during its installation at the Walker Art Center.
Thousands of volunteers panted flags at graves early Monday morning during the Flags for Fort Snelling event.
Several ceremonies are scheduled today around the Twin Cities to remember those who died in service to the country.
Mpls. man celebrates Everest climb … once he's safely down
It’s to the mailbag we go this week, and the burning question on the minds of many Drive readers is: Why in the world did…
Restoration project just needs city's approval to go forward.
The City Council has agreed to take up the subject this summer, the result of a citizen engagement effort focused on issues of race and ethnicity that produced a strong turnout and a forceful push to support immigrants.
Centers that ignore rules can act as unwitting incubators for the measles virus.
White Bear Lake, the most dire of mudholes within vivid memory, is now rising so high that it's threatening to stream out through overflow pipes. Legal issues still remain, but locals are hopeful that they will finally have their beaches back.
Paul Magers and four other television and radio veterans are the next inductees into the Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame. The Pavek Museum of Broadcasting…