The St. Paul City Council today passed a resolution that would allow small breweries located in commercial areas to sell their beer on-site.
With seven declared candidates for Minneapolis' most hotly contested mayoral race in decades, voters will have several choices to consider this year. Just as it did four years ago, Minneapolis will use ranked-choice voting to decide the winner. This election is expected to draw far more voters and put the system to the test.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak plans to dedicate a bridge to the former mayor he unseated more than a decade ago.
Commissioner Devin Rice says his proposal will save the city money, increase minority representation and lead to higher voter turnout.
The St. Paul Foundation is offering a million-dollar prize for an idea to make its hometown better.
Former Hennepin County Commissioner Mark Andrew is joining the race for mayor of Minneapolis.
The St. Paul police officer photographed last year in a culturally insensitive costume has apologized.
Minneapolis is working to fix a software glitch that disabled 138 digital parking meter pay stations in downtown on Tuesday.
The St. Paul Police Department launched an internal investigation Monday in response to an online photo purporting to show an officer from the department wearing a culturally insensitive costume.
The fundraising totals Minneapolis mayoral candidates report Thursday will be relatively small, compared to the amount of money it will cost to campaign in the increasingly crowded field.
St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman says he'd like to see an upscale office building take the place of the downtown Macy's store that will close later this year.
The River's Edge music festival, which debuted last year on St. Paul's Harriet Island, is taking a hiatus.
The Taste of Minnesota festival may return to St. Paul this summer, three years after it was forced into bankruptcy.
Minneapolis is considering a new way of dealing with stray cats. City Council Member Cam Gordon will introduce an ordinance allowing the cats to be sterilized rather than euthanized.
Both Minneapolis and St. Paul are making big investments in their downtowns and hope to lure more residents to live there. But at the same time, the cities are taking steps to reduce the amount of parking available downtown. And that's alarmed some downtown residents.