MnDOT plows poised for potential 10-inch snowfall

Nearly 10 inches could fall on Monday and Tuesday.

Brooklyn Park officer's gun goes off during late-night tangle with suspect

The shot missed both during the altercation on the street in a townhouse complex, according to the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office.

Nov. 28, 1956: Frank Lloyd Wright at Southdale

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After a tour of Twin Cities landmarks, the 87-year-old champion of American modernist architecture addressed the annual meeting of the Citizens League of Minneapolis and Hennepin County.

St. Paul police union criticizes AFSCME for support of Jamar Clark protesters


The St. Paul Police Federation on Friday criticized one of the state’s largest labor unions for its declaration of support of protests that began after the shooting death of 24-year-old Jamar Clark by Minneapolis police, calling it “so biased and ignorant - it is useless to even debate.”

Segregated by choice, state's charter schools face a test

State weighs whether to include charters in integration plan, and a lawsuit blames charters for heightening segregation in Minneapolis and St. Paul schools.

State's big firms land near top in gay-friendly rankings

Minnesota was called a “bastion of leadership” for its inclusive policies. “When you have 3M, Ameriprise, with perfect scores, as well as household names like Best Buy, Hormel, General Mills,” said Deena Fidas of the Washington, D.C.-based Human Rights Campaign, “it really is incredible to see that.”

'St. Grand' again peeling off C-notes for Salvation Army: total is $4,400 so far

The mysterious donations started in the Twin Cities in 2011, and no one has stepped up to accept credit.

U.S. Rep. Ellison emerges as key political leader amid Jamar Clark protests

Stakes are high as Keith Ellison negotiates between local black community, state and local leaders.

Fear spread among Muslims after Applebee's attack + Video

Asma Jama lives with persistent headaches and anxiety, and Muslims throughout the Twin Cities have been wounded by the attack.

Man found dead in north Minneapolis shooting; arrest made

Minneapolis police arrested one man in an apparent homicide in north Minneapolis late Saturday. Officers responding to a call about shots fired just before 8…

Volunteers find body while searching for missing man in Monticello

A man’s body was found Sunday by volunteers searching in the Monticello area for a missing 24-year-old man from St. Cloud, authorities said. The Wright…

Winona's varied arts scene proves to be a tourist draw

The small city’s Marine Art Museum and Shakespeare festival spark a creative boom

The Drive: You think traffic is bad here?

Ours doesn't make the list. A report has identified the 50 worst traffic bottlenecks in the country, and none in the Twin Cities area made it.

Afton, other affluent exurbs denied state broadband funds

The state of Minnesota awarded $10 million worth of grants this month to help subsidize broadband in poorly served remote locations. Once again, affluent exurban areas came up empty.

Fatal crashes involving stolen vehicles jump in Milwaukee

Police says deaths from crashes involving stolen vehicles are up sharply in Milwaukee.

Potential release of Wisconsin sex offender draws opposition

Opposition is growing in Eau Claire to the release of a convicted sex offender from Wisconsin's treatment program.

Minneapolis fire chief to visit protest encampment

Fire Chief John Fruetel plans to meet with protesters camped out at a north Minneapolis police station to discuss concerns about the growing campfires there and emergency access to the site.

Gallery: Black Lives Matter, Nov. 29

Black Lives Matter, Sunday, Nov. 29, in Minneapolis.

Gallery: Hippo Campus and Bad Bad Hat at 1st Ave.

Hippo Campus and Bad Bad Hat at First Ave. Saturday night.