A chemical accident Tuesday afternoon has shut down one of the two water treatment plants that serve Minneapolis.
Nearly 82,000 Minnesotans who booked trips on Travelocity.com in the last two-and-a-half years will get refunds for travel insurance.
The tight federal budget means Minnesota's public housing agencies are getting less money for building improvements.
A judge has made a route recommendation for a high-voltage power line in southeastern Minnesota.
A federal judge Wednesday sentenced the former owner of a Twin Cities toy company to five and-a-half years in prison.
A young dolphin has died unexpectedly at the Minnesota Zoo. It was the sixth to die in six years.
An architectural historian in St. Paul says the Ford Motor Company should hold off on demolishing two buildings at its Twin Cities Assembly Plant.
Transit planners hope to build a new rail hub in Minneapolis before the Central Corridor light rail line is complete.
St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman said Tuesday he is concerned about a plan to tie state funding for a Vikings stadium to Target Center renovations.
Family and friends at a candlelight vigil prayed for the safe return of the White Bear Lake couple who have been missing since Friday, when a cruise ship ran aground along the coast of Italy.
Barbara and Jerry Heil are the only Americans among the more than 20 people who remain unaccounted for.
A century of auto manufacturing in Minnesota ends Friday as the last Ford Ranger rolls off the line in St. Paul.
Kari Dziedzic, the daughter of a longtime city councilman, won a crowded DFL primary for a northeast Minneapolis state senate seat Tuesday evening.
A new study from the University of Minnesota projects that global food demand could double by 2050.
Civic boosters, architects and developers in Minneapolis still hope the Minnesota Vikings will stay downtown, despite the Ramsey County board's approval to purchase land in Arden Hills for a new stadium.