A St. Paul attorney has filed what he said are the first civil lawsuits against the Boy Scouts of America under the terms of a new Minnesota law that allows sex abuse victims to reach back farther than ever into history.
Portions of three bridges over Interstate 35W in Bloomington will close this week for construction work.
Nash Finch Co., a 125-year-old grocer and food distributor based in Edina, is being acquired by a Michigan wholesale and retail food seller in a deal valued at about $1.3 billion.
The new federal transportation secretary will visit Minnesota on Monday as one of his first official duties.
Motorists should be aware of road closings on Highways 169 and 212 in the western suburbs this weekend.
A toddler found dead in the trunk of a car near his Wisconsin home probably died of hyperthermia -- high body temperature -- during one of the hottest days of the summer, authorities said today.
It's a familiar task for anyone who has moved: you gotta go down to the basement and start clearing out all that stuff that isn't going to your new place.
The Philadelphia-based company cooks and sells the food at Chicago's Soldier Field, Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Reliant Stadium in Houston and 10 other NFL stadiums, as well as TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota.
Look out for road closures on Highways 169 and 212 in the western suburbs this weekend.
The City of St. Paul announced it's struck a deal to close the funding gap for the new Lowertown Ballpark, future home of the St. Paul Saints.
Concrete buckling has forced MnDOT to close one of busiest stretches of freeway in the Twin Cities.
Two-year-old Isaiah Theis reportedly wandered away from his Polk County home Tuesday night.
Minneapolis fire officials say they're having one of the busiest summers in years, with firefighters responding to an average of one structure fire a day this month, and June marked the busiest month for fires in the city since 2007.
There's a persistent myth growing this summer: that the new $1.60 per pack cigarette tax that went into effect July 1 is going -- at least in part -- to pay for the new Vikings stadium.
Police said the driver who hit the man was traveling east on the highway and was cooperating with the investigation.