At least one domestic violence shelter will temporarily close if the state government shuts down, and more will be forced to reduce services.
Hennepin County is considering whether to lay off employees and close its service centers to prepare for a likely government shutdown.
Small-business owners along a future light-rail line connecting St. Paul to Minneapolis can learn more about a $4 million forgivable loan program Thursday at the first of several informational sessions.
Some employment-law attorneys in the Twin Cities say the ruling will likely make it more challenging for employees and consumers to bring forward class-action lawsuits even in state court, which the ruling doesn't touch.
A St. Paul blogger faces misdemeanor charges after he allegedly harassed two Muslim women last week in downtown Minneapolis.
Many residents in north Minneapolis have begun rebuilding their homes and their lives after the May 22 tornado which struck that part of the city. But the recovery will be slower for people who were already living in the margins.
Dozens of tornado victims who had been sleeping on cots at a north Minneapolis recreation center are beginning to be moved out of the shelter, and into hotels and other living arrangements.
North Minneapolis neighborhood associations could receive a total of $600,000 over the next two years to deal with longer-term needs after last month's tornado.
The American Red Cross will have a few extra days to find a new emergency shelter location for tornado victims in north Minneapolis.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency's decision to deny a request for individual aid comes at a time when displaced residents are scrambling to figure out where they're going to live next.
An emergency shelter set up for displaced tornado victims in north Minneapolis will close Thursday.
Of 55 properties examined, a few were found to still be occupied. Minneapolis inspectors are concerned people are ignoring the dangers of continuing to live in wrecked homes.
The FBI confirmed today that a Twin Cities man was one of two suicide bombers who staged an attack in Somalia's capital city last week.
Another Somali man is charged in Minnesota in
connection with the travels of young men who are thought to have
joined a terror group in their homeland.
Minneapolis housing officials say people are staying in severely storm-damaged homes because they have nowhere else to go.