The killing of a western Minnesota boy by his stepmother is leading some state legislators to reconsider a child protection law they passed just four months ago.
The "Fight for $15" campaign has spread across the country in recent years. It's the first time that workers in Minnesota have officially joined in.
More than 50,000 vehicles travel through the Hennepin-Lyndale corridor every day, and the pavement, signaling systems and pedestrian crossings are all in need of major upgrades.
Five months ago, the city appeared to be on a collision course with the Metropolitan Council over the project.
Thomas Syzdek of Minneapolis took money from his roommate William Meredig, shortly after Meredig suffered a stroke.
Backers of the bid say a World's Fair would put Minnesota on a global stage and bring in millions of tourists and their money.
The bird was rehabilitated at the University of Minnesota's Raptor Center after it was hit by a bus in the nation's capital.
Minneapolis clinic to close now that many patients have health insurance
The medical device maker's purchase of Covidien brings tax advantages, and a rash of rebukes.
The food distributor and retailer says hackers have broken into its computer network and might have stolen credit card data.
The new effort came just a day after new CEO Brian Cornell's first day at work, a sign of the urgency executives feel to get Canada on track.
The lawsuit alleges that the Minnesota Sex Offender Program is unconstitutional because it keeps offenders locked up indefinitely.
The company says breach-related costs will reach $148 million in the second quarter. Insurance will cover one quarter of that amount.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded $250,000 each to Open Door Health Center of Mankato and Sawtooth Mountain Clinic in Grand Marais. The funding comes from the Affordable Care Act.
For years, many Somali-American money transfer businesses in the Twin Cities have had a hard time staying in business.