Zubaz pants are back

The outrageous baggy duds created by two Minnesotans were loved and scorned. Now, a new generation gets the chance to be passionate about the pants.

Two men stabbed at State Fair; no arrests

Two men stabbed at the Minnesota State Fair on Sunday were treated at Regions Hospital in St. Paul for injuries that police said were not life-threatening.

2 fights reported at State Fair

Two fights at the Minnesota State Fair over the weekend resulted in one police officer being injured, one man arrested, one man being hurt and a couple of citations, fair officials reported Monday night.

Nation's first 'green' fire station opens in Eagan

The new $8 million safety center includes a dorm where some firefighters will live -- a move that should cut response times dramatically -- and is eco-friendly.

Burnsville schools give HR chief $255,000 to go away

Tania Chance was seven months into a new contract and had worked for the district only 18 months.

Burnsville schools gauging impact of technology on learning

The district has ramped up its use of technology in a slower, more-targeted way than some neighbors. A presentation Thursday looks at how it's been going.

Burnsville schools chief defends Chance hire

He lauds former HR director's "professional qualities," but won't divulge her complaint against him. She was paid $254,000 to leave.

Tangled lives preceded two shooting deaths in Apple Valley

Abuse may have led to murder-suicide, but by whom?

Drinking incident is last straw for Apple Valley DECA club

The principal disbands business club, citing "a history of illegal and other inappropriate activities."

Orono delays decision on disorder clinic

The City Council directed its staff to look into a compromise permit that would allow the clinic to open.