One deputy's personnel information includes four disciplinary actions and several awards.
Minnesota Supreme Court says Victoria council members can stay despite many Open Meeting Law violations
The ruling upholds a previous decision by the Minnesota Court of Appeals, as well as the original district court ruling.
Hennepin County will vote on the $18.5 million deal with TC&W on Thursday.
As the issue takes hold across the country, Rich Stanek and his two challengers haven't made it a staple of their campaigns.
A physicist who has expanded the world of origami in amazing ways is coming to Minnesota.
Archer Amorosi's funeral is scheduled for Wednesday.
More than 20 neighbors spoke against the project, which they fear will damage neighborhood lakes, clear-cut acres of forest and increase congestion.
Authorities recommend that bar patrons keep a close eye on their drinks.
Dispute over 15-mile stretch nearly derailed the project.
The teenager fatally shot outside his family's Chanhassen home last week by sheriff's deputies went into a rage a day earlier after his parents took away his car, prompting a call to 911.
The BCA, which is investigating the shooting by Carver County deputies, says a Taser was used before the shooting. Friends identified the 16-year-old as an incoming Minnetonka High junior.
Rodney Smith Jr. stopped in northeast Minneapolis, Bloomington and St. Paul on Thursday as part of his nationwide good-deed tour.
"He was telling the child which way to turn the vehicle," police said, according to a witness.
Delayed shipment testing the patience of officials in Golden Valley and Edina.
MOA, Rosedale close Build-A-Bear 'Pay Your Age' day due to 'crowd, safety' concerns
With credit for time in jail, defendant will serve a little over 5 years in prison, rest on supervised release.
Four businesses in the district have closed during construction, according to the city of Edina. Others are looking forward to the projects' end.
Minnesota Board of Pharmacy investigation found that he used the stolen drugs while on duty at clinics in Minnetonka and Wayzata.
The Minnesota Health Department concluded that Volunteers of America failed to complete updated individual abuse-prevention plans for both residents.
A Fillmore County man can sue a farmer for injuries he sustained after he hit an escaped cow wandering on a highway, the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled Monday.