A hotel and apartment complex under construction across the street from the Xcel Energy Center in downtown St. Paul caught fire early Tuesday, and part of the structure collapsed.
The state's stalled bonding bill is another complication as county leaders are seeking $40 million in state funding.
Satanic Temple lawsuit against Belle Plaine will move forward, despite court dismissal of most of its claims
1 of 10 counts still remains in the Scott County battle over church and state.
Two wind turbines produce much of the power used on campus.
Derrick Lee Spillman is accused of robbing two Holiday gas stations, a Speedway and a Subway over a 9-hour period.
The Minnesota State High School League also cleared soccer and individual-based sports — cross country, girls' tennis and girls' swimming — to start as scheduled Aug 17 with limitations.
The Minnesota review comes after a deadly crash in New York.
Minnesota and other northern states are reporting more growth in cases over the past two weeks than hard-hit Southern and Western states.
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A Minneapolis commission is expected to take up a proposed amendment Wednesday that would dismantle the city's Police Department in the wake of George Floyd's death and replace it with a new public safety department.
The Twin Cities is one of the first markets nationally to get the upgraded app, along with Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and other cities.
Police pointed out that the man also was shot in the back of his thigh, according to the criminal complaint.
The victim was operating a fifth-generation farm
Officials urged a more cautious plan following uptick in local COVID-19 cases.
Superintendent wants to move to hybrid instruction, but district isn't ready this fall.