While they're not calling him a suspect, authorites say they're looking for Andrew Joseph Dikken, 28, in connection with the fatal shooting of Kara Ann Monson, 26, on Monday.
According to a new report paid for by The Minnesota Orchestra, the ensemble is in precarious financial shape.
Last year, an estimated 10,000 people gathered in Minneapolis for the Walker Art Center's first Internet Cat Video Festival. This year, organizers moved it to the Minnesota State Fair and last night the audience followed.
More than a third of the city's schools have limited air conditioning or lack it entirely. Minneapolis Federation of Teachers President Lynn Nordgren said she's been getting a lot of complaints from teachers.
After a late-starting and fairly mild summer, Minnesotans are getting a real blast of heat this week, and it's breaking records. The mercury is expected to hit 98 degrees Tuesday.
People across the state are closing their streets to traffic Tuesday night for National Night Out block parties.
The proposed route would take riders three miles, from Lake Street and Nicollet on the city's south side, through downtown and over the river to East Hennepin Avenue.
State and federal officials begin assessing damage today from the severe thunderstorms that hit Minnesota last month.
An explosion and fire at a North Shore motel Wednesday injured two people and destroyed a building at the Lake Breeze Motel Resort on Scenic Highway 61.
Gasoline prices are below the national average in Minnesota this holiday weekend.
An emergency declaration has been issued for more than two dozen Minnesota counties affected by recent thunderstorms.
Dry weather across Minnesota this week means that water levels on the state's brimming lakes and creeks finally may start to drop. Spring's heavy rainfall raised Lake Minnetonka to near-record highs, feeding Minnehaha Creek in the west metro until it became a bursting creek.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority on Monday approved negotiations with Ryan Companies for new parking ramps and skyway bridges associated with the new Vikings stadium in downtown Minneapolis.
The family of an alleged war criminal who lives in northeast Minneapolis called on the Associated Press to retract its story.
Demonstrators Monday evening called for an independent investigation into the last month's death of a burglary suspect in a south Minneapolis home.