Two conventions with longtime incumbents adjourned without an endorsement.
As Minneapolis South High's Ray Aponte shows, leaders strive to connect, amid budget cuts and constant testing.
The facility is the first sports site in the nation to win gold LEED certification.
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Millwright Ernest Grundman's decision to hang around after his shift proved deadly, among 17 millers and a neighbor killed in a ground-shaking explosion and fast-enveloping fire.
In office just three months, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao has already received an earful from Minnesota officials about the controversial $1.9 billion light-rail line.
The "net zero" house is among the 52 old and new urban residences rolling out the welcome mats for the Minneapolis & St. Paul Home Tour.
Fans marked the first anniversary of Prince's death by visiting the star's Minnesota haunts.
A cache of documents released Friday shed new light on an internal investigation into Lt. Michael Friestleben's handling of a case involving one of his officers.
Both victims in the case were seriously injured.
Minneapolis Council Member Alondra Cano's challenge of Ninth Ward caucus results is an attempt to suppress the votes of East Africans, said her election challenger, Mohamed Farah.
His death leaves few left who remember the early days of the Twin Cities movement.
Almost everything in this picture — the trolleys, the busy streets, the bright signs — are urban staples we'd love to see again. Take a look.
The two establishments – NOLO's Kitchen and Bar and Basement Bar – are expected to debut in September.
Company that would aid offenders in Hennepin County was accused of unscrupulous behavior by attorney general's office.
The bill to overturn requirements in Minneapolis and St. Paul passes, 35-31, and is now headed to a conference committee.
Police services, at $3.1 million, are the biggest expense in the proposed contract.
Consolidation would move the number of districtwide building engineers from 100 to 15, raising concerns of student, staff safety.
U officials urge students to stay in if they feel sick.
Fighting a catastrophic famine in the Horn of Africa is a "nonpartisan" issue, they say.