The roads leading to Grandma's house will likely be a little more congested this Thanksgiving as the U.S. economy shows signs of recovery.
Everything from biomass stoves to energy-saving windows and doors are eligible for the up to $1,500 credit, but projects must be finished by Dec. 31.
A prosecutor and two defense attorneys who were involved in the Petters fraud case will speak Wednesday at a public forum hosted by the University of St. Thomas law school.
New, solar-powered parking meters that give drivers the option to pay with a credit card could end the days of digging under the seat for quarters in Minneapolis.
A Duluth man pleaded guilty Friday to kidnapping and sexual assault charges involving a 13-year-old girl.
State officials said Friday that they will reduce the number of offices offering new driver's licenses to comply with new federal passport regulations.
The Remembrance Garden will honor the 13 people who died and the 145 who were injured after the bridge collapsed during evening rush hour on Aug. 1, 2007.
A University of Minnesota veterinarian has been invited to the Galapagos Islands to help trap and protect a population of hawks while scientists work to eradicate the islands' invasive rats.
Four Minneapolis men have now been sentenced for their roles in robbing the same US Bank branch three different times last year.
University of Minnesota students are having trouble selling their prize-winning solar-powered house, partly because it requires self-assembly.
Students and other members of the University of Minnesota community on Thursday urged university officials to "fund education, not administration" during a rally on campus that coincided with similar events across the country.