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.
Same-sex couples are heading to license bureaus in the Twin Cities this morning to apply for marriage licenses for the very first time, and Al Giraud and Jeff Isaacson were among the first in line at the Hennepin County Government Service Center.
A new $11 million expansion at the Como Zoo will give visitors a new look at one of the zoo's key attractions: a new home for a group of seven gorillas, six of them new to Minnesota.
The Salvation Army is expanding its food shelf options to target homeless youth in the east metro.
The father of a man killed by Minneapolis police earlier this month says Terrance Franklin was shot in the back of the head. Supporters of the man and his family plan to protest police handling of the case on Friday.
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community may play a key role in the next proposed expansion of the Mall of America.
The expansion will bring the total number of bike stations to 170 in the area, including a new focus along the Mississippi River, and around Minneapolis parks.
Rep. Michele Bachmann says she won't seek re-election in 2014. The four-term congresswoman announced her decision in a nearly 9-minute video posted on her website early Wednesday morning.
Minnesota officials now say at least four people were killed in traffic accidents over Memorial Day weekend.
Rescuers in St. Paul have found the body of the fourth grade student missing after a mudslide in Lilydale Park.
The family of the St. Louis Park fourth grader missing after a hillside collapse gathered Thursday morning at Lilydale Regional Park as recovery efforts resumed.
Recovery efforts are suspended for the evening and are expected to resume Thursday morning. One child is dead and another missing after a gravel slide Wednesday at Lilydale Regional Park near the Mississippi River in St. Paul.
DFL leaders said they'd ended years of chronic budget and financial problems for the state. Republicans called the five-month session a political blunder of historic proportions.