A modern new henhouse is paying off at Brand Farms in Empire Township.
City paid $43K in legal fees for council members who broke open-meeting law.
Burnsville police are looking for the man who robbed the TCF branch inside Cub Foods just off Hwy. 13, east of Nicollet Avenue, on Thursday.…
At least seven trees have been stripped of a ring of bark that mean almost certain death.
If there were a hospitality gene, it must have careened down six generations from Mahala Felton to Rita Walker. Considered the first white woman settler…
Tucked into a small, beige business park in south Lakeville, the headquarters for the nation's third-largest cereal company is easy to miss.
A judge found insufficient evidence in Kandiyohi County, which led a Carver County prosecutor to drop charges there as well.
This Old Horse makes room for two blind mares and their young injured friend.
Annual 'Farm Babies' exhibit opens to the public on Friday.
Growth of southwestern suburban counties is rapid, with Scott and Carver leading the state in growth as a share of population over the past six years.
After a year at the helm, Minnesota Zoo director John Frawley has crafted a new vision for the institution's future, scaling back plans for an ambitious expansion campaign that seemed out of reach while refocusing on programming that connects visitors to nature.
Archaeologists unexpectedly find prehistoric artifacts in regional park, prompting another dig.
BURNSVILLE FEB. 19 Weapon. A 27-year-old Burnsville man was arrested for reckless discharge of a firearm within a municipality on the 2700 block of…
Dakota County’s physical development committee at its March 14 meeting approved plans for the last segment of the Mississippi Regional Trail, which will cover a…
A student and her mother team up to offer at-risk girls a chance to shop for a free outfit.
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County says CTIB owes it $29M, and won't budge until the money's paid.