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.
A Minneapolis firefighter was arrested after a search of the firehouse where he worked turned up an item believed to be methamphetamine.
The parent company of Cub Foods said Wednesday it plans to stop selling packaged meat that includes finely textured beef — an ingredient some are calling "pink slime."
The Department of Natural Resources is
imposing burning restrictions over much of Minnesota next Monday.
State economic development officials say a new trade agreement between the United States and South Korea will be a boon to Minnesota businesses.
The boys high school hockey tournament in St. Paul is down to four teams in the class 2A semi-finals. One team fans have been keeping an especially close eye on is Benilde-St. Margaret's. That's because one of the players - 16-year-old Jack Jablonski - was paralyzed after he was checked from behind during a game in December. Last night Benilde's Red Knights upset Edina 3-2. And Jablonski was there to cheer them on.
Fewer people are living on the streets in Hennepin County, shows a report out Wednesday.
A Bloomington man is missing after Hennepin County authorities accused him of throwing items at moving cars, severely injuring the driver in one incident.
The Department of Human Services had planned to let 64 year old Clarence Opheim out quietly. But last month a new law took effect that requires communities to be notified if a sex offender is released to residential treatment.
Summit Brewing will build a $6 million expansion to the brewery's production facility in 2014.
Interstate 94 is reopened in both directions after a fatal tanker truck accident early Monday morning (Monday) east of Hudson, Wis.
Under a plan the Metropolitan Council approved Wednesday, it will be known as "Metro" once the Central Corridor line opens in 2014
New research from the U.S. Geological Survey shows White Bear Lake water levels are falling because communities north of the lake are pumping too much water from an aquifer connected to the big lake.
The University of Minnesota officially began its search for a new athletic director Tuesday.