Tony Webster wanted to know whether the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office was using newfangled technology to track people through their faces, fingerprints and irises. So…
Cecil Newman’s old Woodstock typewriter rests in Tracey Williams-Dillard’s closet. His old notarizing stamp and timecard machine decorate her office at the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder. And…
Hundreds of people gathered in south Minneapolis to celebrate the life and music of Prince.
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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.
The 1.5-mile overlook and pedestrian path would stretch from the Science Museum to Union Depot and add connections to the riverfront.
Effort follows sharp increase in Minnesota deaths.
Tom Zellmer is retiring after a long run at the school, where folks are like family.
Jane Nelson Glaser Mooty was the first woman to serve on the board of the Minneapolis YMCA and the Minneapolis Automobile Association. She was on…
The free event at the Sabathani Community Center featured lots of music and united fans.
The prisoner was suffering from "a medical-related situation" before he was hospitalized and then died, the sheriff said.
The largest donation the nonprofit has received since it was established almost 40 years ago will help serve those with special needs.
Designing for seniors is different, as a group of White Bear Lake students recently discovered.
New BrightonCouncil rebukes Bauman, strips her of positionsThe New Brighton City Council last week voted to censure one of its members and remove her from…
Approximately 20 Army Reserve soldiers from the Willmar-based 825th Quartermaster Detachment were deployed to Kuwait on Saturday. Their mission will be to provide water and…
A search was underway Saturday for the body of a boater who went overboard while fishing overnight in the Mississippi River in St. Paul. Authorities…
Drum Corps International organizers, told they would have to move the July 16 event from TCF Bank Stadium because of a private football camp run by Gophers coach Tracy Claeys, are crying foul.
Assistant Chief Bill Martinez came from humble roots to become a leader in St. Paul.
Two artists worked overnight to restore a mural the city had painted over.
A 26-year-old man from Maple Grove died after rear-ending another car and spinning out into opposing traffic.