Assistant Chief Bill Martinez came from humble roots to become a leader in St. Paul.
Zhen Tu, a junior at Eagan High School, won $10,000 for an essay on a congressman who gave up his career for bipartisanship.
A momentous, $800 million deal to breath new life into Minneapolis' crumbling roads and parks received enthusiastic approval Friday by the City Council.
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Motorists in the metro may have the most difficulty getting around this weekend as portions of two freeways will be shut down Friday night through Monday morning.
Efforts to save Jewish children from the Nazis will be remembered and discussed.
Effort follows sharp increase in Minnesota deaths.
AURORA, MINN. – When the mines go down on the Iron Range, everything else seems to follow. “Everything’s just closing down,” said Debra Schermann,…
Resignations and accusations of "bullying" beset an attempt to set up neighborhood groups.
The new exhibit on the Shakopee amusement park runs through October and includes memorabilia from Valleyfair.
In three phases beginning Tuesday, there will be full access to any state park site.
The Show Dome at the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory in Milwaukee has reopened after undergoing repairs.
She hopes to spend part of her birthday the same way she likes to spend every spring day.
When Tim Brudnicki looks at the stacks of milled ash wood drying in a shed on his rural Caryville property, he sees more than the blond-colored hard surfaces adorned with swirled orange-brown lines that make up the wood's grain.
The portraits of veterans from three wars surround visitors to the Trout Museum of Art, telling a collective story that organizers hope will resonate with visitors.
Julie Zietlow, whose daughter Sarah Wierstad was killed last year, said the sentencing is part of her healing process.
Sheriff's deputies in Ramsey County have been awarded a 10.3-percent pay hike over three years, after an arbitrator agreed that they've been slipping against their…
The toddler who drowned Tuesday in a Corcoran holding pond has been identified as 2-year-old Charlie J. Vollrath, of Loretto, officials said Thursday. Deputies from…
State records show 336 deaths last year linked to excessive or abusive use of prescription opioids such as oxycodone, or illicit ones such as heroin. That is six times higher than the opioid-related deaths in 2000.
Twins games this weekend will be staged by local hires from new pool of applicants.
Drum Corps International organizers, told they would have to move the July 16 event because of a private football camp run by Gophers coach Tracy Claeys, are crying foul.