The Met Council Thursday officially amended its Transportation Policy Plan to include light rail for the planned Bottineau transitway.
The Senate Tax Committee voted Wednesday to strip out tax increases from the transportation finance bill.
The Twin Cities metro area is experiencing the lowest rental housing vacancy rate in about a decade. The tight market and rising rents are making it difficult for people to find cheap apartments. The trend is unsettling for people who feel they are being priced out of the city and pushed further into the suburbs.
An art exhibit opening tonight in Minneapolis is the culmination of more than two years of teaching military veterans to express themselves through art and resolve difficult emotions stemming from past conflict or trauma.
Authorities in Scott County say no one was hurt in an explosion and fire at a biomass energy power plant in Shakopee.
Minnesotans woke up to yet another April morning of scraping snow and ice off their windshields, and braving another snowy commute to work. The cold non-spring is affecting people and businesses around the Twin Cities. Will we ever get to enjoy the outdoors?
A Minnesota contractor has filed a federal lawsuit against the state Department of Transportation to stop the St. Croix Bridge project.
The Senate Transportation Finance Committee approved a spending bill Wednesday that would change the way the state collects the gas tax to pay for roads and bridges.
The House Transportation Finance Committee Monday approved a bill that would allow all counties to impose an optional half-cent sales tax and a $10 annual vehicle registration fee to pay for infrastructure improvements. The bill would also boost funding for greater Minnesota transit.
The Minnesota House Transportation Finance Committee is expected to vote Monday on a transportation spending bill that would allow all counties to impose a half-cent sales tax and a $10 annual vehicle registration fee to pay for infrastructure improvements.
A proposal at the State Capitol would train emergency responders in how to communicate with military veterans in crisis.
Proposals to help pay for expanding mass transit in the Twin Cities will be announced by state lawmakers later this week. East metro officials are watching the action very closely and have renewed efforts to advance their wish list of bus and rail lines.
Two Minnesota lawmakers are pushing legislation they say will help thousands of military veterans who were wrongly denied VA benefits. They say thousands of veterans who may have had post-traumatic stress disorder were wrongly diagnosed.
A public hearing and open house on a proposed high-speed rail project between Minneapolis and Duluth will take place this week.
Demonstrators on both sides of the abortion issue gathered Friday outside the Planned Parenthood office in St. Paul.