The president of the St. Paul Firefighters union says a deal has been reached to keep a fire truck in service after Mayor Chris Coleman threatened to mothball the rig.
Minnesotans who have signed up for online alerts from their municipal government might be surprised to learn that email addresses cannot be kept private.
The St. Paul City Council has given a toy store permission to build two 18-foot-tall cartoon cats in front of its entrance.
Minnesota's two largest cities are considering where to draw the line between art and advertising. Later this year, Minneapolis may relax the definition of "mural" to allow for pictures of products. And tonight, the St. Paul City Council will decide whether two cartoon cats count as signs or sculptures.
The Minneapolis firefighters union is questioning the credibility of an external evaluation of the city's fire department.
Two Minneapolis City Council committees discuss how to improve the city's fire department Monday.
A Minnesota man who says he was molested by a Catholic priest in the 1980s is calling on the Legislature to extend the statute of limitations in cases like his.
A proposal to demolish an abandoned north Minneapolis school building that was featured in a 2009 film, 'A Serious Man,' is pitting the city's Heritage Preservation Commission against its public school district.
The St. Paul City Council has ordered the six families still living in a pair of condemned, 33-unit apartment buildings to move out by Monday.
A new study shows Minneapolis-St. Paul leading the nation in a category no one is celebrating: of 19 major metropolitan areas, the Twin Cities metro area has the widest gap in unemployment rate between blacks and whites.
Police will increase their presence in downtown Minneapolis this weekend in response to a spike in crime there.
Minneapolis will lobby the federal government to shield more illegal immigrants from deportation.
Since January, calls to the St. Paul Police Department to report 'shots fired' are up 42 percent compared over last year.
The city council has approved a restriction on student rental housing in the area around the University of St. Thomas.
3M has secured a permit to start burning hazardous waste produced by other companies at its incinerator in Cottage Grove.