The retail giant announced 1,700 layoffs, mostly from its Minneapolis headquarters. It also permanently closed 1,400 open positions.
Catholic Charities' Higher Ground shelter and Simpson Housing Services will stay open an extra three hours.
The sheriff's office says it may be the first instance of someone saved by a Narcan dose administered by police in Minnesota.
Since 2010, Minnesota has cut the number of homeless veterans nearly in half to about 320. Veterans Affairs officials want people to call if they know a vet who needs help.
Myles Shaver, a professor at the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management, said the state's concentration of business talent is key to its number of Fortune 500 companies.
The St. Paul Saints moved into their new $63 million ballpark on Thursday with a few things left to do before opening day. Baseball, though, is only 11 weeks away.
The Twin Cities-based travel and hospitality giant said it will refocus management on its core businesses after Trudy Rautio leaves on May 1.
Minneapolis fire officials are letting people return to two University of Minnesota buildings after concerns of a chemical odor prompted a morning evacuation.
The luxury lodging will include an indoor connection to the airport, hotel entrepreneur Jim Graves said Monday. The full airport commission is expected to approve the deal March 17.
Despite slippery conditions and a new fee, 11,200 people took in Wisconsin's Lake Superior ice caves over the weekend. The weather is likely to shut the caves by March 17.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is teaching people to hunt wild turkeys in an effort to stem waning interest in hunting and bolster public support for wild land and conservation.
Minnesota's ice dam removers are being greeted in Boston 'like Santa Claus.'
Four deputies laid on the ice in a human chain to rescue a man after his truck went through the ice Wednesday night.
Demand is high. Terri Smith, the Metropolitan Council's housing and redevelopment authority program manager, expects as many as 60,000 people to apply.
In a video interview, Officer Jordan Davis says he's grateful for the response to his shooting, from the moment it happened to the days that followed.