Half the bridges rated deficient will be repaired or replaced by the end of this construction season, Minnesota's bridge inspector said.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced today federal disaster aid is available to Minnesota counties affected by storms and flooding during the first half of July.
The UST Residential Real Estate Market Index shows slight improvement of Twin Cities home prices in May and June, when traditional sales are measured by themselves. But the study shows distressed property sales are still high.
General admission ticket-holders to Saturday evening's U2 concert can line up beginning at 6 a.m. at The University of Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium.
Emerald ash borer appears to have spread to another neighborhood in the Twin Cities metro.
The Minnesota State Capitol reopens 9 a.m. Tuesday,. Gov. Mark Dayton's office released the announcement Monday evening.
Wisconsin has paid Minnesota $59.7 million in tax reciprocity, the Minnesota Department of Revenue announced.
U.S. Bank said it will allow a month reprieve from most loan payments to customers affected by Minnesota's state government shutdown.
The high heat has caused roads to buckle on various highways around the Twin Cities.
The Minneapolis bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America is resigning his position to become the interim pastor at the largest ELCA congregation in the U.S.
MnDot says the high humidity and heat are causing older highways to break apart, sometimes giving motorists little time to react.
The Washington county commissioner faced a possible felony domestic assault charge. But Ramsey County Attorney John Choi said Monday afternoon there wasn't enough evidence to bring the felony charge.
Jason David Foster, of Chaska, died of multiple stab wounds after a fight outside Kelley's Bar.
Police are investigating several shootings that took place in downtown and south Minneapolis Sunday morning and early Monday morning. All six people who were shot were male and three were shot in the head.
Speaking on ABC's "This Week" today, former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty talked about his own plans for Medicare, the debt ceiling and vouchers for low-income public school students.