Minnesota financial experts to offer budget forecast today

Commissioner of Minnesota Management and Budget Jim Schowalter spoke during the last revenue forecast in February.

Growth in income, consumer spending and corporate profits boosted state revenue.

Armed robbers strike at U concert hall shortly before performance

Ted Mann Concert Hall

Cellphone is taken; no arrests announced.

Minnesota's forests at risk as invasive jumping worms spread

Jumping worms have been found in some Minnesota forests.

The worms, which lay waste to soil, have spread to forests throughout the Twin Cities area.

Brooklyn Center passes plan for alternative public safety programs

A man held a portrait of Daunte Wright against the fence during a protest outside the Brooklyn Center police station in April.

The $1.3 million plan creates a new public safety agency but Mayor Mike Elliott said the proposal fell short of its original vision.

Man admits being drunk when he sped through Minneapolis intersection, fatally hit teen on skateboard

A balloon release was staged in Minneapolis where Dychaun Chew was hit by an SUV driver and killed in June. 

The driver was unlicensed at the time of the crash.

Kids walk to school Monday morning in Duluth’s Congdon Park neighborhood following a weekend storm that dropped more than a foot of snow along the N

'Winter is definitely here': Snow wallops North Shore

Bernadette Christiansen, leader at the Guthrie Theater and McKnight Foundation, dies at 63
Minnesota State Fair reinstates its police force
Most jury instructions finalized in Potter case; opening statements Wednesday

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“Obviously our backs are to the wall,” Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said after losing to the Lions.

These five painful decisions by Mike Zimmer led to one brutal loss

Gophers bring back Ciarrocca as offensive coordinator
Towns returns, but Wolves can't keep pace with hot-shooting Hawks
Breakdown: Vikings pass defense woes started before Lions' winning drive

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Bright Health has its headquarters in Bloomington. The management team includes UnitedHealth Group veterans.

Bright Health raising $750 million, including Cigna investment

Minnesota's Navegate, with roots in serving Control Data, Honeywell, sold for $35M
Alatus' Lexington Station project in St. Paul loses equity partner
In Twin Cities area, options for life insurance are dizzying in scale and price

Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo, who announced he will step down next month.

MPD chief leaves unfinished business

Pearl Harbor at 80
Editorial cartoon: Joel Pett on the good ol' days
Readers Write: Legalized abortion, baseball Hall of Fame

Sack cartoon: Forget report cards ...
Forget report cards ...

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A steak-vegetable pot pie is one of many a la carte options at Wise Acre Eatery.

Takeout for Christmas? An updated list of Twin Cities restaurants that are cooking for the holidays.

Lil Nas X, Saweetie couldn't out-party Pitbull in Jingle Ball's return to St. Paul
Minnesota's native pine trees produce beautiful cones for seeds and crafts
Restaurant roll call: The latest openings and closings in the Twin Cities

These five painful decisions by Mike Zimmer led to one brutal loss

Football Across Minnesota: How did the Vikings lose to the winless Lions? Let's count the ways. But while the Vikings were faceplanting on the road, an important game was being played in their home.

Reusse: Oliva's prime a magnificent thing for a young man to watch

It was an April afternoon in 1964, when games on television were rare, that a young Tony Oliva made a lasting impression by showing he wouldn't be intimidated in the batter's box.

Neal: More perplexing football puts Vikings closer to facing ugly reality

How long does a team have to playin fire-drill mode before everyone realizes that this just might not be the Vikings' season? And everyone includes the fans and team owners.

Minnesota could receive more than $300 million as part of a multi-state settlement with four drug makers.

Minnesota county, city associations agree to opioid settlement that could net state $300M

Justice Department sues Texas over new redistricting maps
Trump media venture eyed by regulators; names Nunes CEO
Alabama Gov. Ivey draws challengers in 2022 GOP primary

President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden stand before a wreath and mark the 80th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor with a visit

Bidens honor Pearl Harbor's fallen in visit to WWII Memorial

Dangerous storm threatens havoc across Hawaiian archipelago
Omicron v. delta: Battle of coronavirus mutants is critical
Jussie Smollett testifies at his trial: 'There was no hoax'

FILE - President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, arrive to meet at the ‘Villa la Grange’, in Geneva, Switzerland, June 16, 2021.

Biden to warn Putin of economic pain if he invades Ukraine

China says US diplomatic boycott violates Olympic spirit
Myanmar's Suu Kyi convicted in further blow to democracy
Deal to make Scholz German chancellor clears final hurdle

What was the first movie filmed in Minnesota?

What was the first movie filmed in Minnesota?

Listen: Was organized crime behind the demise of Twin Cities streetcars?
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BWCA overnight paddling permits will be more scarce in 2022 in response to crowding in some places

Forest Service reducing access to BWCA next year in response to crowding

After hedge fund owner closed its newspaper, International Falls got a new one
High levels of arsenic found in well water in northeast Minn. township
Tall Ships festival moves from Duluth to Two Harbors for 2022

Actor Jussie Smollett arrives Monday, Dec. 6, 2021, with his mother Janet at the Leighton Criminal Courthouse for day five of his trial in Chicago. Sm

Jussie Smollett testifies at his trial: 'There was no hoax'

Fired CNN anchor Chris Cuomo steps away from SiriusXM show
British woman testifies about grooming by Ghislaine Maxwell
Drake withdraws 2 Grammy nominations from final ballot

Tonya Carlson, left, Randy Gustafson and Steve Yochim, volunteers from the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Department, wrapped and packaged gifts for the an

Roseville-based Salvation Army helps incarcerated parents give Christmas gifts to their children

University of Minnesota students create nonprofit to donate unused medications to those who can't afford them
Minnesota men help others "man up" to cancer with support and friendship
Retired FBI official saw a shortage of school bus drivers. He stepped up to the wheel