Dr. Kjell Lindgren said lessons learned at Minneapolis hospital were valuable in space.
Minnesota is suing its fundraising arm for deceptive practices.
The city recently asked residents what they value when it comes to trash hauling. People responded en masse, a report released Wednesday shows.
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The council voted unanimously in a committee meeting to establish a permanent advisory group on transgender issues.
Time will fly by silently this summer in downtown Minneapolis, when City Hall's clock tower bells cease chiming during a long-anticipated restoration project.
Most everybody these days tells a disturbing story about distracted drivers drifting over centerlines, veering onto road shoulders and risking rear-end collisions as they toy…
"No funds have been misappropriated. No one got rich off doing business with [Move Minneapolis]," Dan MacLaughlin, who was placed on leave, said in an interview.
Dave Berger was put on 'investigative leave' from Inver Hills Community College in February.
One officer held the rolled over SUV steady while the other climbed inside and got the woman breathing again, according to charges.
The Wayzata man had pleaded guilty to charges of obstructing an investigation.
Chaos outside the Minneapolis courtroom that included the arrest of a witness' sister delayed the start of testimony Wednesday in the federal trial of three men accused of trying to join the Islamic State.
Police found him under a Mississippi River bridge in Minneapolis and nabbed him after a brief chase.
The company said it will help the state fight against pollution from agriculture.
New superintendent faces hard work, but with support, in Minneapolis.
If Minneapolis has a plan to address a violent surge, it hasn't been shared.
Efforts to move the June 5 event to Dakota County due to road problems were unsuccessful.
As a young beauty pageant contestant, DeGalynn Wade Sanders polished an original dance and spoken-word routine that she called, simply, “The Dream Factor.” The future…
Judge steps in to warn mothers against outside confrontations and court disruptions.
To this trolley operator (and reporter), every ride on the Lake Harriet streetcar is a 15-minute journey into history.
He was among the 10 finalists who rose above the 54 competitors in Washington, D.C.