The percentage of Twin Cities undergraduate freshmen who stay for a second year is at an all-time high, said a University of Minnesota administrator.
The Hennepin County Sheriff's Office says there was no one in a car that witnesses saw sink in Cedar Lake Thursday.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation says blowing and drifting snow will be an increasing problem for drivers throughout the state on Sunday.
Hennepin County officials expect more than 1,800 people to attend the 14th Project Homeless Connect at the Minneapolis Convention Center on Monday.
City and park officials will present new draft land use guidelines on Monday evening that are meant to steer the future development of the Mississippi River north of downtown Minneapolis.
Hundreds of people filled the newly renovated Union Depot in St. Paul on Saturday to celebrate its reopening.
The Minnesota Legislative Auditor's office will broadly review of the state Department of Health's administration of grants, after the auditor's office found health officials failed to stop a case of possible impropriety.
Minneapolis-based U.S. Bank has reached an agreement that will allow its customers to set up bill payments by taking a picture of paper bills with their mobile phone.
Same-sex marriage supporters in Minnesota gathered on Saturday to talk about the best ways to translate their defeat of the marriage amendment into other ways of advancing their goals, including making same-sex marriage legal.
U.S. Rep. Tim Walz, D-Minn., said he will push for the lame-duck Congress to pass legislation restoring benefits to military veterans who were discharged because of personality disorders.
A new program to match homeless teenagers with Minneapolis residents willing to share their homes will hold its first information sessions this week.
The Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board will vote this week to put forward a 2013 budget with no tax levy increase.
The Hennepin County Attorney's Office Friday charged the man who exchanged gunfire with officers during a foot chase Wednesday night.
Authorities in Dakota county are investigating a dispute between two groups of duck hunters that ended in shots being fired.
The drought has intensified over the past week across broad swaths of Minnesota.