A west-bound Metro Transit bus on west Lake Street near Lake Calhoun veered north into an embankment, where it was lodged Friday morning, said Metro Transit spokesman Drew Kerr.
Results of a survey just released by the Vikings say they have about 8,400 tailgaters a week now and fans aren't interested in moving away from the Metrodome, even if the land gets sold off for a blockbuster $400 million dollar real estate development.
The popular beaches will be retested and will reopen as soon as possible, the parks department said.
The newly-approved plan costs 16 percent more than the stadium's initial estimate. The city has to pick up most of the nearly $9 million cost overrun, with a small contribution from the St. Paul Saints.
Minnesota Twins All-Star catcher Joe Mauer and his wife Maddie are new parents today.
St. Paul City Council member Dave Thune told the Star Tribune that he felt "abused a little bit" that the new Saints' stadium design didn't have more community input.
The Wisconsin toddler who died of hyperthermia in a car trunk last week may have died shortly after he was reported missing, authorities said.
A police chase in Monticello ended with a father and his 1-year-old son hospitalized with serious injuries.
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.