The state health department says workers at two nursing homes reportedly stole pain medication from their employers.
Support staff at eight Twin Cities hospitals will not strike, having reached a tentative agreement.
City residents can expect to see road work through spring and summer, as road crews in Minneapolis will repave 70 miles of city streets this year.
Support staff at eight Twin Cities hospitals have authorized a strike. Ninety-one percent of the 3,500 members of the Service Employees International Union voted in favor of a walkout.
Visitors to the Minnesota Zoo only have a few months left to see the two dolphins there. The animals will be sent to other aquariums while the zoo's Discovery Bay building is under renovation, and they will not be coming back.
Housing improvements housing over the last several years has not led to fewer homeless people on Minnesota's Indian reservations.
The bonding bill Minnesota lawmakers passed Tuesday includes more than $35 million for affordable housing.
A federal judge has sentenced a Twin Cities man to nearly three and a half years in prison for food stamp fraud.
For about two decades, several species of fish collectively known as Asian carp have crept up the Mississippi River and its tributaries, eating the food native fish need. Millions of dollars are spent to keep these invasive fish from moving into the Great Lakes. But critics say the fight may be too expensive and biologically unsound.
Members of the Minneapolis City Council have gone on record in support of public funding for a new Vikings stadium -- by the slimmest of margins.
The bridge has been discussed for decades, but now the reality of the St. Croix River Crossing Project is finally sinking in for residents of Oak Park Heights, who got to question officials at public forum.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak is making his case for a plan to have the city pay for part of a new stadium for the Minnesota Vikings.
After a winter hiatus, members of the Occupy movement are planning to return to downtown Minneapolis.
A new Minnesota law aims to help charities that face paying back donations from Tom Petters.
City planners in Minneapolis are making the first major changes in 30 years to the preservation guidelines for the St. Anthony Falls Historic District downtown.