The developer calls the structures eco-friendly and sustainable, but the plan has drawn cries of disapproval from some locals who see it as an encroachment on the federally protected waterway.
The crash happened about 3 a.m. near the Dale Street exit.
Educators spent the week helping their students sort through their feelings following a school shooting that left 21 dead.
The penalty stemmed from the handling of toxic waste at the company's incinerator.
The Olympic medalist and World Cup champion in cross country skiing will be marrying her longtime boyfriend on a farm in the Twin Cities area.
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Dakota County shared plans for its Veterans Memorial Greenway project — a 10-foot wide, multi-use trail that connects Lebanon Hills Regional Park and the Mississippi…
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An SUV driver was killed and his wife suffered severe brain and back injuries, according to prosecutors.
Police say he was straying from his lane, following other vehicles too closely and failed to obey an officer's emergency lights.
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A project to stabilize the eroding banks of the Minnesota River in Shakopee has received $3.5 million in federal funding. Representatives from the city, Scott…
The death occurred in Kandiyohi County where a grain bin fell onto a car.
He went into the water with others to help another teen who was struggling, the Sheriff's Office said.
Minnesota prisons are getting into the tattoo businesses
Lane closures also impact drivers on Hwy. 10 in Anoka, I-94 in downtown St. Paul and Hwy. 55 in Eagan and Inver Grove Heights.
The award recognizes 161 students nationwide.
The $1 billion development now hinges on Ramsey County, which owns the former ammunition plant site.
City leaders say they don't have the money to buy the 88-acre Ponds at Battle Creek course.