Minneapolis' Peavey Plaza is unsafe, inaccessible and too expensive to maintain, say officials with the city's planning department. They want to replace the park with a newly designed plaza they say will better suit the city's needs. Preservationists say the plan goes too far.
Is the Twin Cities metro area ready to handle a major tornado, like the one that swept through Joplin, Missouri, a year ago? We take a look at how various public and private entities are prepared in this special report from MPR News and KARE 11 News.
You're stuck in Minneapolis rush hour traffic on Interstate 94, near the Lowry Hill Tunnel. A thunderstorm spins out a tornado nearby. What can you do? Not much. You're now among the most vulnerable people in a tornado. There are no good options.
Funeral services will be held today for the three people shot and killed last week at Brooklyn Park day care.
More than 1,300 chess players from around the country will compete for the National High School Chess Championship this weekend in Minneapolis.
Minnesota businesses explained challenges they face doing business in Vietnam at a forum Friday with the country's ambassador.
Opponents of a proposed constitutional amendment that would require Minnesotans to show a photo ID in order to vote kicked off their campaign Thursday.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak focused on the challenges facing north Minneapolis in his 11th State of the City address Wednesday.
No arrests have been made yet in connection with the killing of three adults at a home-based daycare in Brooklyn Park.
A mother who takes her toddler to a home day care in Brooklyn Park discovered three adults shot to death inside the home early Monday morning, according to police.
The Minneapolis Target Center and the St. Paul Xcel Energy Center have roughly the same number of seats. They're located just 10 miles apart. And they're both in the business of bidding for big-name bands that want to play in Minnesota. Is that competition a good thing?
There are some wonderful things about our early spring. But it hasn't been good for everybody -- especially not Minnesota's maple syrup producers.
The Minneapolis Charter Commission votes this afternoon on a plan that has the potential to increase minority representation on the City Council.
Mayor Chris Coleman on Monday outlined his vision for St. Paul's downtown in his annual State of the City address, and it's a plan that is very different from how the city looks right now.
The Ramsey County Attorney's office has charged five adults and four juveniles with raping a 14-year-old St. Paul girl last November.