The stadium authority charged with building the Vikings a new home in Minneapolis will make an announcement next Friday regarding the builder of the new stadium.
The River Room restaurant in the Macy's downtown St. Paul store served its last patron this afternoon, ending decades of tradition in downtown department stores.
State officials say they're investigating the death of two people in south-central Minnesota Friday, following a 130-mile an hour chase through three counties.
State corrections officials are investigating an incident involving an inmate that left four workers injured at the Stillwater prison.
Survivors of the Interstate 35W bridge collapse in Minneapolis may be able to keep a piece of scrap steel as a reminder of the historic event.
Minnesota hospitals and surgical centers had about as many serious medical errors in 2012 as they did the year before, but there's still some hard-won improvements among the mistakes.
The Minnesota Department of Health says that skin cancer rates have been growing quickly among Minnesotans, and officials are urging people to avoid the sun -- even in winter.
Boston Scientific has major operations in Maple Grove, Plymouth and Arden Hills, including stent operations and cardiac rhythm management.
Driving across much of the southern third of Minnesota is a mess this morning, with slippery roads and a thick fog advisory in the area. Roads from Lake City to Austin are in the worst condition.
State officials concede they are likely to miss even revised estimates of how well electronic pull-tabs will perform financially, concluded a House commerce committee meeting which examined the plan to pay for the new Vikings stadium. The situation has Minnesota lawmakers pondering backups for their backup plans.
You might have thought the discussion of a new Vikings stadium at the Capitol was over last May. But the financing plan for the new stadium is off to a slow start, and the House Commerce Committee will assess its progress this week at the Capitol.
Jefferson Bus Lines is starting regional intercity bus service from the new multi-modal transportation center in downtown St. Paul today. The first coach is expected to pull in from Duluth this morning, and depart later for Milwaukee.
Freezing rain is making for difficult driving around Minnesota, particularly in the north central part of the state this morning.
The Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe announced plans Tuesday to purchase two hotels in downtown St. Paul. If the deal goes through, it will give the bands ownership of nearly half of the capital city's downtown hotel rooms.
Authorities say the pilot arrested for being under the influence as he prepared his plane for takeoff is a 48-year-old North Carolina man.