"Rottweilers are huge babies. They look ferocious, but ... they are just teddy bears."
Gov. Mark Dayton is joining state and local officials expressing concern about Mayo Clinic's plan to cut services at its Albert Lea hospital.
Across most of Minnesota, overcast skies granted only glimpses of the much-anticipated solar eclipse, but throngs of people went out to get a look anyway.
A preliminary report about the explosion says a maintenance worker smelled natural gas and used a radio to tell others to evacuate just a minute before the blast.
"Attack on New Ulm" artwork, removed from renovated Capitol, will get a new home.
A whistleblower had sued Sightpath Medical over allegations that Sightpath took prospective clients on luxury skiing vacations and high-end fishing, golfing and hunting trips.
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Gov. Mark Dayton's administration expressed "serious concerns" Monday over Mayo Clinic's plan to remove key inpatient and obstetrics services from its hospital in Albert Lea,…
Driver, who said he was sleep-deprived, lost control on 35W, killing two of his peers.
Christopher Barry, convicted of taking secrets from Lutonix to a start-up firm, was sentenced to a year and a day in prison and ordered to pay $533,842.
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The rift between team officials and alums of the Parkettes, which served as the Vikings cheerleading squad from 1964 to 1983, surfaced last summer.
Police say injuries are non-life threatening.
Though clouds quickly moved to cover the peak of the eclipse, lucky Minnesota sky-watchers were able to glimpse the solar phenomena.