Fridley-based Medtronic plans to cut 220 employees in its Cardiac Rhythm Disease Management division across the United States, according to a company statement released on Wednesday.
Much of the Boundary Water Canoe Area Wilderness that was burned in last year's Pagami Creek wildfire will reopen to the public starting today.
A new study suggests that combining computer use with moderate exercise late in life may decrease the odds of memory loss.
Minneapolis Assistant Police Chief Janee Harteau speaks about her nomination to replace outgoing-Police Chief Tim Dolan.
An Apple Valley man was killed in an exchange of gunfire with police on Sunday evening.
The Hennepin County Medical Examiner has ruled that the death of a St. Bonifacius child in February was a homicide.
The U.S. Department of Labor is withdrawing a rule that would have limited the sorts of work that children can do on farms.
University of Minnesota Gophers football player Gary Tinsley died of an enlarged heart April 6, according to a Hennepin County Medical Examiner report released Wednesday.
A letter from a state legislator questions Gov. Mark Dayton on why a company that consulted on the I-35W bridge before its collapse is being considered for work on the Southwest Corridor light rail project.
Fridley-based Medtronic was ranked as America's 50th-best corporate citizen this week by Corporate Responsibility magazine.
As the nation's manufacturers deal with a shortage of skilled laborers, a northeast Minnesota school district is planning to offer more technical training at local high schools to keep jobs, and the community's children, in the area.
A neighborhood organization looking for a solution to control flooding after the loss of old trees were referred to Metro Blooms, a non-profit organization that promotes ecologically-friendly gardens and landscapes.
Authorities have charged eight men with misdemeanors or gross misdemeanors for their participation in a melee at the Mall of America on the day after Christmas.
Lack of funding is forcing a non-profit organization that served the Spanish-speaking population in the Twin Cities for three-decades to close its doors.
The Minnesota State Patrol is disbanding its motorcycle patrol program and will auction off the unit's five Harley-Davidson motorcycles.