Clergy from a variety of Christian denominations gathered at the State Capitol today to voice their support for a constitutional amendment that would ban same-sex marriage.
A new resource center for homeless veterans opens Tuesday in downtown Minneapolis.
The Minnesota Wild is offering season ticket holders credit, plus interest, if games are canceled as a result of the National Hockey League's labor dispute.
Before St. Paul can build a new ballpark for the minor league Saints baseball team, it needs to plug a $2 million hole in the project's budget.
Gov. Mark Dayton on Thursday announced the winners in a $47.5 million statewide competition designed to spur job creation.
An analysis buried in the application for a state grant says the economic impact of a new Saints ballpark would be a fraction of the $10 million amount that was earlier claimed. St. Paul's application is widely regarded as a top contender, if not a shoo-in, for a $47.5 million statewide competition designed to spur job creation.
The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development today posted online evaluations of the 90 applications it received for the Capital Projects Grant program.
Moody's Investors Service has downgraded the bond rating of the east metro suburb of Vadnais Heights to junk status.
Given the hot weather, Minneapolis residents will get a few extra days to splash around in 32 wading pools scattered across the city.
A downtown Minneapolis nightclub is surrendering its liquor license at the same time its owners are being investigated for alleged tax fraud.
St. Paul is considering a 55-cent-a-mile increase in taxi fares. Cab fares in the city are currently capped at $2.20 a mile.
For homeowners who have ever had to pull a city permit to renovate a house or open a business, the process can be complicated and confusing. Now, Minneapolis and St. Paul are looking for ways to make it faster, simpler and more user-friendly.
Minneapolis City Council members say a resolution approved today will help lower the unemployment rate in the city's African American community.
Crews in Minneapolis were beginning on Sunday to repair the Martin Olav Sabo bike and pedestrian bridge, six months after a pair of cables supporting it broke loose.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak's proposal calls for a 1.7 percent property tax increase. He's also proposing to cut costs by reorganizing the city's Regulatory Services Department.