It's largely symbolic, since the city doesn't invest in fossil fuel firms. But a committee hearing on the matter drew many residents and students in support.
The summer bike race attracts about 50,000 spectators and 250 professional bicyclists to the region. There are six races scheduled over five days from June 17-21.
Blowing snow caused havoc Tuesday in parts of Minnesota. A mid-morning crash shut down Interstate 94 in Wright County. The State Patrol reported 150 metro-area crashes.
Declining passenger numbers are leading Allegiant to end scheduled flights from Duluth to Las Vegas. The service, which began in 2006, will end Aug. 18, airport officials said.
A baby western lowland gorilla was born at St. Paul's Como Zoo last week. The infant appears to be strong and healthy, zoo officials said Monday.
The driver had gotten out of his cab following a fender bender Monday morning.
Despite slippery conditions and a new fee, 11,200 people took in Wisconsin's Lake Superior ice caves over the weekend. The weather is likely to shut the caves by March 17.
Minnesota's ice dam removers are being greeted in Boston 'like Santa Claus.'
Pilots say they don't want to strike but that they earn well below industry standards. Negotiations began in 2010. Federal mediators have been involved since 2012.
Descriptions of suspects will still be included when they help identify a potentially dangerous suspect.
MnDOT estimates the number of state roads in poor condition will increase by 75 percent by 2025 if no changes are made.
A leading expert on al-Shabab said the video it posted encouraging attacks on the Mall of America could be a ploy to regain international attention. Minnesota's Somali community leaders condemned the call for attacks.
There is growing concern that the drug's distribution remains too limited and that not enough people know about it.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation reported partially snow-covered roads on Friday morning in all but the southwestern corner of the state.
One snowkiter says the feeling of being dragged across the ice and snow while attached to a kite is euphoric.