Nice Ride's future in jeopardy after losing major sponsor

A student grabbed a nice ride bike to commute throughout campus, Thursday, September 16, 2021 in Minneapolis, MN. Next summer, the cities of Minneapol

Without sponsorship from Blue Cross Blue Shield, Nice Ride Minnesota will face a $2 million shortfall next year.

Winter storm warning for Twin Cities; 5 to 8 inches of snow possible

Snow was falling at 5:30 a.m. at Hwy. 7 and Hwy. 25 in Mayer, Minn., in Carver County.

A winter storm warning is in effect for the seven-county metro area until 9 p.m. Tuesday and also includes a large portion of central and southern Minnesota, including Gaylord, New Ulm, Mankato and St. James.

Family's unplowed prairie to become one of state's newest refuges

Purrington Prairie outside Windom, Minn., is a 40- acre remnant of native prairie that has never been plowed. Shown here in bloom, the former cow past

Scientific and Natural Areas are a key tool in the state's fight to save species from extinction.

GOP's new committee leaders prepare blitz of investigations

Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, speaks before former President Donald Trump at a rally in support of the campaign of Ohio Senate candidate JD Vance at Wright

House Republicans are promising aggressive oversight of the Biden administration once they assume the majority next year, with a particular focus on the business dealings of presidential son Hunter Biden, illegal immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border and the originations of COVID-19.

Court: Board wrongly denied teaching license to ex-officer who killed Philando Castile

In this May 30, 2017, St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez stood outside the Ramsey County Courthouse before his trial in the death of Philando C

Castile was a "beloved employee" of St. Paul Public Schools.



A shooting at a restaurant in Bloomington on Nov. 23 left one person dead and a second person wounded.

Jealousy drove gunman to kill Bloomington diner, charges say

Ramsey County aims to simplify recycling with new facility
Activists demand more community control over Minneapolis police, ask council to reject plan
Nice Ride's future in jeopardy after losing major sponsor

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Members of the Timberwolves medical staff attended to Karl-Anthony Towns after he suffered an injury in the second half against the Wizards.

Injury to Karl-Anthony Towns adds to Timberwolves' 142-127 loss to Wizards

Souhan: New Twins boss Joe Pohlad talks expectations and thick skin
Gophers men's hoops leave offense at home in 67-57 loss at Virginia Tech
Vikings focused on Jets, can clinch share of NFC North title Sunday

Grant Meyer, financial advisor and founder of GTS Financial stands for a portrait Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022 at Bell Plaza in Bloomington.

How to build wealth when you don't own your home

BlockFi files for bankruptcy, latest crypto company to fail
Twin Cities area retail space is in demand: 'Having our best year'
Compute North — flying high just months ago — now part of crypto bankruptcy wave

A worker put up a sign on Kenwood Parkway as reduced speed limit of 20 mph on Minneapolis parkways took effect.

Using cameras to catch Minneapolis speeders

The dance of the viruses
Editorial cartoon: Dave Whamond on Twitter
Readers Write: Ukraine, Fairview-Sanford merger, nursing, Minneapolis schools



Daryl Hall makes his dream come true — a tour with Todd Rundgren.

Daryl Hall makes his dream come true — a tour with Todd Rundgren

Inspired by a kid's discomfort with long johns, this could you be your answer to a cold derriere
Foxworthy explains how he coined 'blue-collar' comedy and why he loves Minnesota
Chef Yia Vang takes on television hosting — and snakes — in his latest adventure

Niron Magnetics plans to power greener electric motors

The Minneapolis-based company has raised $77 million to develop 'clean earth' magnets.

Laura Yuen: Here's a not-so-novel idea. If you're sick, stay home or wear a mask

Do people coughing and sneezing repeatedly in public not notice everyone around them cringing?

Souhan: New Twins boss Joe Pohlad talks expectations and thick skin

"I grew up with it." That's what Joe Pohlad says of criticism. He hears it, on payroll and playoff losing streaks, but he doesn't let it drive him.


FILE - An election worker verifies a ballot on a screen inside the Maricopa County Recorders Office, Nov. 10, 2022, in Phoenix. Six Arizona counties w

GOP-controlled Arizona county refuses to certify election

GOP's new committee leaders prepare blitz of investigations
Minnesota-raised Democrat Adam Frisch barely falls short against Colorado Rep. Boebert
Senate set to vote on bill protecting same-sex marriages


Lava pours out of the summit crater of Mauna Loa about 6:35 a.m. Monday, Nov. 28, 2022, as seen from Gilbert Kahele Recreation Area on Maunakea, Hawai

Erupting Hawaii volcano spurs warning for people to prepare

Drying California lake to get $250M in U.S. drought funding
Landmark trial over Arkansas youth gender care ban resumes
Water boil order issued for more than 2 million in Houston

Police officers block a street where protests had taken place the night before, in Shanghai China, on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2022. Many people suspected tha

China lockdown protests pause as police flood city streets

Volcano begins to erupt in eastern El Salvador
Lull in Russian attacks against Ukraine energy, aid pledged
South Korea orders striking cement truckers back to work

November 23, 1969 Keith J. Dineen, district manager for customer services, stands in the 'Guts' of Univac II When a group of high-class engineers took

Minnesota companies once dominated the supercomputer industry. What happened?

How were the bluffs of southeast Minnesota formed?
Ask a question now: What are you curious about, Minnesota?
Minnesota is a top corn producer. But how much of it is eaten by humans?

FILE - Jon Batiste attends the TIME100 Gala celebrating the 100 most influential people in the world at Frederick P. Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center

Jon Batiste to sing for Macron at Biden's 1st state dinner

Music superstar Dua Lipa granted Albanian citizenship
'Fame' and 'Flashdance' singer-actor Irene Cara dies at 63
Exploring a memory: Designer re-creates a dress for Diana

Host J.P. Der Boghossian, right, spoke with William Burleson, author of “Bi America: Myths, Truths, and Struggles of an Invisible Community,” in a

Minnesotan's podcast showcases 'life-saving' books with LGBTQ guests

Helped by others decades ago, Minnesotan now rescues Ukrainian refugees
Salvation Army receives hundreds of coats for needy after arson fire destroyed many
Brooks: After the Bataan Death March, a life of gratitude