Supporters of the proposed Southwest Corridor Light Rail project say it risks losing federal support.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation hopes that an open house Tuesday in Stillwater will ease questions and concerns of businesses near the site of the $676 million St. Croix River bridge project.
Amy Senser has settled a civil lawsuit brought by family members of a man who died in a hit-and-run accident involving Senser.
The woman likely to become the first female police chief in Minneapolis says she is feeling a lot of support and pressure to succeed.
The city of St. Paul is retooling its tornado warning system with state-of-the-art tornado sirens.
A new report from the state health department shows wide disparities among people with HIV/AIDS in Minnesota, with more new cases in 2011 among communities of color, gay and bisexual men and people in their 20s than other groups.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak has declared current Assistant Police Chief Janee Harteau as his choice to replace outgoing Minneapolis Chief Tim Dolan. If confirmed, Harteau will be the first woman to lead the Minneapolis Police Department.
This weekend's Minneapolis-St. Paul Home Tour features several homes that were damaged in last May's tornado.
The population of the Twin Cities metro area will grow, age and become more diverse by 2040, according to a new report released Wednesday by the Metropolitan Council.
Gov. Mark Dayton has repeatedly expressed concerns about URS Corp, a San Francisco-based company that consulted on the I-35W bridge before it collapsed in 2007.
Business leaders and Democratic state and local officials on Friday urged Republican lawmakers to approve funding for light rail between Eden Prairie and downtown Minneapolis.
Initial foreclosure notices were up in the first quarter of this year compared to a year ago. That's the second increase in a row for initial notices, which could signal another wave of foreclosures.
New housing data from the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors show Twin Cities home sales and prices were up in March.
Construction on the St. Croix River Crossing Project will begin earlier than previously announced, said officials with the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
After several years of bad news, the housing market is showing signs of rebounding. Although home prices continue to decline, the pace at which they decline is slowing.