Life has improved ever so slightly for the 130 men who sleep at the Salvation Army's Safe Bay shelter every night.
As a cost-saving measure, private security guards will patrol city streets in Foley, Minn., beginning next year.
A new federal study found that 68 percent of adult men booked into the Hennepin County jail tested positive for illegal drug use during a random, voluntary sampling conducted earlier this year.
Delta Air Lines will start using larger, jet-powered aircraft at Chisholm-Hibbing
Airport this week.
As winter approaches, fewer than a dozen Occupy MN demonstrators remain after several hundred took over the Hennepin County Government Center plaza nearly seven weeks ago. Organizers are trying to expand the movement into neighborhoods throughout the city — with mixed results.
Nearly 300 people protesting economic inequality marched across the 10th Avenue bridge in Minneapolis Thursday afternoon. Police arrested 11 protesters.
OccupyMN protesters vowed to fight new restrictions on camping and posting signs at the Hennepin County Government Center plaza this week.
Faster security screening is coming to the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport next year. Soon some travelers will be able to qualify for pre-screening to reduce their wait time in security lines.
The federal government will conduct a test of its emergency alert system at 1 p.m. Wednesday.
It's the Municipal and School District General Election. Here's what voters in the Twin Cities need to know.
A new disagreement has emerged between the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission and the Minnesota Vikings over just how much time remains on the NFL team's Metrodome lease.
Walleye in Lake Mille Lacs drops to the second-lowest levels since the state began monitoring fish populations in 1983, the state Department of Natural Resources said.
The Minneapolis mayor renewed his efforts today to keep the Vikings stadium within city limits despite the team's plans to move to suburban Arden Hills.
A judge has issued a temporary restraining order to prevent the state from imposing a cut in payments to personal care assistants.
A Minnesota company was deceived into selling radio components that were later used to detonate roadside bombs in Iraq, a federal indictment released Tuesday alleges.