Dogs trained to detect bombs and drugs now in demand to fight domestic terror.
It will cost $500,000 to redo the sign with LED lights, officials said.
Dispute is over his actions at U Law School protest.
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The city said Karen Shafer's injuries were caused by her own "negligence, improper and/or illegal conduct."
The 19-member group is set to provide a policy recommendation to the City Council by late February.
A collection of spoken word artists, singers and emcees from Minnesota and around the country will perform at a benefit for Jamar Clark on Tuesday evening in north Minneapolis.
Concordia College's move to drop language majors vexes students, alumni.
Portion of Minnehaha Avenue in St. Paul was closed after the accident. Two children were taken to the hospital with unspecified injuries.
Minn. host committee was taking notes Monday on Houston's bowl launch.
A motorcyclist was charged with being drunk when his wife was fatally injured in a collision with a deer on a country road in northwestern Minnesota.
Projects in Minneapolis and two other cities butt up against mistrust and resentment.
Abdirizak Warsame was accused of leading group seeking to join terrorists.
Authorities have announced the death of a motorist who lost control of his vehicle on a north metro highway last week.
Southern Minn. digs out from blizzard conditions.
A Star Tribune newspaper delivery man out on his route stopped a 14-year-old autistic runaway in the middle of the night in her Rogers neighborhood and received a lap dance from her in his car, according to authorities.
District looking at ways to better distribute money.
Judge says company waited too long to disqualify law firm.
Demand for hunting licenses exceeds supply.
The ice fishing contest fell through after ice was found to be too thin on the lake.
Charitable gaming in Minnesota jumped by 10 percent in one year's time, with north metro nonprofits — and cities that take a cut of the profit — again topping the list.