The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota treated more than 9,000 animals, birds and other creatures in 2014.
A dip in Twin Cities rental vacancies and statewide eviction filings have caused a rise in rental rates.
Metro Transit says trains are running again on the Green Line in Minneapolis after a brief power outage Monday morning.
Police haven't identified the woman yet, but say a former boyfriend is a person of interest in the attack.
Libraries are starting to see declines in print circulation as e-books grow.
The Minnesota Vikings have sold more than 30,000 seat licenses to fans for more than $80 million. The team aims to sell $100 million in seat licenses for construction costs.
The LED lights are expected to save money and energy, as well as provide better illumination for television broadcasts.
Minnesota health officials say two people died and two others became ill this fall after eating prepackaged caramel apples contaminated with the bacterium listeria.
Three years after pushing for a change in liquor laws to allow breweries to sell directly to the public, Surly is opening what owner Omar Ansari calls "a destination brewery."
Construction starts in April on a 10 lane checkpoint in the main terminal. Officials hope to cut the average wait time to about 12 minutes.
An apparent killing at a Maple Grove rest area early Wednesday led to a police chase that ended with officers killing the suspect.
Many Minnesotans are waking up to winter this morning after snowfall blanketed parts of the state.
Skye is the 18th baby giraffe born at the St. Paul zoo and the fourth giraffe at the zoo now. She's unlikely to stay in town, though.
Central Avenue, designated as Highway 65 coming out of downtown Minneapolis, has been closed between 18th and 14th avenues since early spring.
Crews will be removing and replacing bridge beams on the Highway 52 Lafayette Bridge, just east of downtown St. Paul.