Minnesota transportation advocates say the state needs to improve its transportation network to help local businesses and the economy.
As winter approaches, hundreds of north Minneapolis residents are still living with damage from the tornado that swept through their neighborhood nearly six months ago.
A new report shows Minnesota has been able to preserve and develop affordable housing, despite the tough economic climate.
A proposal for a new bridge over the St. Croix River between Wisconsin and Minnesota cleared a major hurdle Thursday.
Nearly half of the construction season's planned highway and bridge projects are completed, transportation officials say.
A recent court decision allows underwater homeowners in Minnesota to discharge second or third mortgages in bankruptcy.
New figures obtained by MPR News show that among veterans connected to the VA and other medical centers in Minneapolis, St. Cloud, Fargo and Sioux Falls, 126 have committed suicide over the last decade.
The state's housing finance agency is planning new programs to help underwater homeowners and neighborhoods recover from the housing crisis.
The Twin Cities usually gets high marks as a great place to ride a bike. Federal dollars are paying for more programs to encourage alternatives to driving. But one proposal to expand cycling in St. Paul has some residents considering legal action.
The Minnesota National Guard mission in Iraq remains unchanged by today's announcement that U.S. troops will withdraw by year's end, guard officials said.
A report released Wednesday from national lobbying group Transportation for America rates one in every 17 bridges in the Twin Cities as "structurally deficient."
Minnesota racial minority households are less likely to have the means to survive financial crises than white households.
The four-block project was chosen for redevelopment because of its high concentration of foreclosure, crime and other problems.
A plan to merge two Minneapolis pension funds with statewide funds has received final approval.
One in every 336 housing units in Minnesota was subject to a default notice, scheduled auction or bank repossession in the third quarter of this year, reports a research firm.