Todd Axtell is already making changes to put more emphasis on outreach.
Contest encourages kids to find real-world agriculture solutions.
Extra enforcement is planned as July 4th weekend approaches.
Each day, thousands of Minnesota children, some as young as 8 or 9, serve as unpaid caregivers for family members who are too sick or frail to care for themselves.
The international New Age faith has quietly made its headquarters in Chanhassen for 36 years.
Young friends and couples are latching on to the European trend.
Inventory of major roads with stoppages is meant to create priorities for future spending as money becomes available.
He had no will, so attorneys — a profession the star distrusted — are in charge.
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Toy Vixayvong was named "police officer of the year" for 2016 on strength of previous undercover work.
This weekend serves up two big celebrations — the annual Twin Cities Pride Festival in Loring Park in downtown Minneapolis and the Twin Cities Jazz Festival in St. Paul's Lowertown — so expect extra traffic on roads leading into both downtowns. The celebrations will likely draw lots of out-of-towners who may not know the landscape.
Sometimes, late at night, long after his parents have drifted off to sleep, Kieran White stares out his bedroom window and agonizes about the future.…
It was minutes before the high school graduation ceremony, and Tom Terwey limped slowly into the Minneapolis Convention Center, leaning on a cane as sweat…
Kieran White helps his father bathe, exercise and does many of the household chores.
Each day, 9-year-old Mark Robinson helps his mother dress, cook, clean the house and prepares his three little brothers for school.
Aaron Schnagl claimed at his sentencing Friday morning that he didn't receive a fair trial.
Modernizing the facilities was the aim at both sites.
Reckless driving was a misdemeanor until 2015, when the Legislature made it a gross misdemeanor in circumstances that result in great bodily harm.
As they experience Islamophobia and homophobia, they are banding together to create a community of their own.
The City Council scales back the program, which received national media attention after the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre, amid debate over police vs. resource officers.
An authoritative account of Grand Marais’ rise as a North Shore artist colony mentions the flamboyant Birney Quick about three times as much as his…