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Franken says efforts to pass sick-leave ordinances in the Twin Cities are helping the push for federal laws.
Money to be used to renovate and modernize several sites.
Car sharing service Car2Go plans to reduce their service area in Minneapolis, leaving the blue and white Smart cars largely unavailable in the North Side and near the city's southern border.
Nearly 30 couples were married Friday by Hennepin County judges.
Regents want President Kaler to pursue a price cut for Minnesotans, but some feel nonresident tuition may rise too much.
County commissioners plan to appoint a replacement next week.
A Forest Lake taxi business owner and Bosnian war criminal will be deported Tuesday.
Low-power, volunteer-run station mixes music, news and commentary.
Gov. Scott Walker signed a sweeping bill Friday that reworks Wisconsin's hiring and firing practices, brushing aside Democrats' complaints that the measure will lead to cronyism in state agencies.
Jeremy Messersmith, an indie-pop artist, will play nine songs with the orchestra at its Feb. 19 concert.
With prices dropping below $1.30 a gallon, Minnesota motorists are enjoying the lowest gas prices in 12 years.
Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign enlisted the support of black Democrats on Friday to undermine Bernie Sanders' push to claim a piece of President Barack Obama's legacy, arguing she is the rightful heir to the nation's first black president.
A local non-profit company will soon begin sorting and selling Minneapolis' recyclable materials, after the city opted not to sign a new contract with the nation's largest garbage company.
The Democratic contenders for the presidential nomination are taking their fight to Minnesota's airwaves.
Adam Duininck's State of the Region address was a nod to tensions with some suburbs.
Minneapolis police chief Janee Harteau was granted a new, three-year reappointment on Friday after a unanimous vote of the City Council.
After months of testing, the city's IT department has recommended that U.S. stun gun maker Taser International be awarded a five-year $4 million contract to outfit hundreds of officers with the pocket-sized recording devices, even as the department continues to fine-tune its policy for the cameras.