The city will host the Final Four for the third time, the first in its new $1 billion stadium. The finals are expected to draw millions of dollars in tourist and fan spending.
The semi tipped over in the early morning and blocked traffic for hours. By late morning, both lanes of westbound I-94 were reopened, the State Patrol said.
The insulation fire started on the eighth floor of the historic Ceresota Flour building and was put out quickly, officials said.
Getting around during Monday's snowstorm wasn't just tough on the roads. Accessing the state's road conditions website was also slow going.
Minnesota has about a month left to pick two manufacturers from the dozen that submitted formal applications last month to supply medical marijuana.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker tried to slip a little secret cheer for his favorite NFL team into the new Vikings stadium, but it didn't work.
The St. Paul native, baseball coach and Hall of Famer had been widely expected to replace fired manager Ron Gardenhire.
Target, Wal-Mart and other retail giants are pushing the holiday shopping season even earlier this year.
A group led by ex-UnitedHealth Group CEO Bill McGuire is intensifying the competition with the Minnesota Vikings to win a Major League Soccer franchise in Minneapolis.
The Nigerian government isn't releasing a death certificate for Patrick Sawyer, one of the first Americans to die of Ebola. And that's a problem for his family in Minnesota.
The pedestrian was walking in an area not meant for pedestrians at about 6:30 p.m. when he was hit.
Fire stations remain at the front line of the battle against the disease.
Investigations continue on three open cases, including one involving former priest Curtis Wehmeyer and another tied to Archbishop John Nienstedt, County Attorney John Choi said.
The first lady will rally in Minneapolis with DFL U.S. Sen. Al Franken and DFL Gov. Mark Dayton at Patrick Henry High School.
Michelle Larson has already been called a lot of things: Captain Cannabis. Mary Jane. The pot czar. But she takes her job seriously.