Police say a postal employee has been struck and killed at a Brooklyn Center post office.
A plan to build a gun shop and shooting range in Osseo has sparked controversy in the northwestern Minneapolis suburb because of its proximity to a school.
The project runs from Interstate 35W on the east end to Highway 100 on the west end. Traffic will be reduced to a two lanes during the day and a single lane at night.
Investigations into a pair of natural gas explosions that destroyed two homes in 2010 have now been closed, according to the State of Minnesota's Office of Pipeline Safety.
It may be a week before repair can be made to a broken cable on the Stillwater Lift Bridge, according to state transportation officials.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation said equipment broke down last night at the site of a major I-694 overhaul project, and planners decided to delay its start by a day.
The former CEO of West Publishing, which was later sold to Thomson Reuters, has died. Dwight Opperman was famous for helping launch Westlaw, a legal database used by lawyers, judges and others across the country.
Critics of the Vikings Metrodome stadium site have long suggested that there might be something expensive lurking under the site -- something that might cost a lot of money to clean up.
Authorities found that the girl had been left in a car seat in a vehicle for what investigators said was an extended period of time.
Tens of thousands of spectators and nearly 200 riders are expected for the 14th year of Minnesota's Nature Valley Grand Prix, the state's biggest competitive bicycling event.
Workers who clean retail stores around the Twin Cities are staging their second strike this year over what organizers are calling unfair labor practices.
St. Paul Police Cmdr. and former Ramsey County Sheriff Bob Fletcher is retiring from law enforcement.
Crews have already been removing train sheds, outbuildings and other parts of the plant this year, while also gutting the assembly and paint buildings, the two largest structures on the site.
City officials say the demolition of the factory buildings on the Ford Motor assembly plant in St. Paul will start on Monday.
Elaine Barber didn't expect her paddling trip to turn out the way it did. But she said she could only wait helplessly beside the churning Basswood River on Sunday, hoping her husband would make it out after their canoe capsized in the Canadian wilderness.