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.
Minneapolis is considering changes to its conflict of interest policy, after citizens raised concerns about the city's planning commission.
Starting Thursday, 200 skaters from around the world will hurl themselves down a steep, icy track starting at the Cathedral of St. Paul.
Preservationists hope Minneapolis will be forced to preserve Peavey Plaza, now that it's been listed in National Register of Historic Places.
The federal government has listed Peavey Plaza in Minneapolis on the National Register of Historic Places.
Minnesota is catching up with the rest of the country and experiencing a "beer boom." In just the last two years, the number of breweries in the state has nearly doubled, driving a proliferation of local beers.
New York-based software company Infor is looking to shrink the size of its St. Paul offices when its lease at Lawson Commons expires in 2015.
Drivers and cyclists are both to blame in many bike/vehicle crashes, according to new numbers released by the City of Minneapolis.
Minneapolis-based Ryan Companies will build the new downtown St. Paul home for the minor league Saints baseball team, after winning a competitive bidding process.
Federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested ten people today at a Sparboe Farms facility in Litchfield.
For the Minnesota Wild and other struggling National Hockey League teams, a collective bargaining agreement reached over the weekend offers an opportunity to return to profitability.