A new bike and walk resource center opened this week in the Minneapolis' Seward neighborhood, with its organizers hoping to get the area's East African community to ride bikes for recreation, transportation and health.
The driver of a semi-trailer was killed while he stopped on Interstate-35W in Richfield to inspect a blown tire, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
Minneapolis has closed both directions of Hiawatha Avenue in Minneapolis between East 26th Street and East 28th Street to complete work on the Sabo bike and pedestrian bridge.
Unemployed and searching, Sieglinde Waller of St. Paul says some signs suggest the economy is turning around, even in her field of construction.
The head football coach at Minnesota State University, Mankato was arraigned Wednesday on charges of using underage people in a sexual performance and possession of child pornography.
When most Minnesota public schools open in a few weeks, lunch trays will look slightly different from years past. Breads will be whole grain, meat portions will be smaller and there will be more vegetables.
The Minnesota Department of Health today confirmed the state's first case of swine flu of the year.
Almost half of Minnesota hunting areas this year require hunters to enter a lottery to be eligible to shoot antlerless deer.
The Minnesota Department of Health confirmed today that one person in Stevens County died after contracting West Nile virus earlier this month.
Minnesota hunters have already applied for about half of the permits that are available in the state's first wolf hunt in decades.
Minnetonka-based Carlson has named Trudy Rautio its new CEO. She takes the place of Hubert Joly, who has accepted the top position at Best Buy.
The packaging company Bemis' plan to close two Minnesota plants will result in the layoff of about 162 workers in the Twin Cities.
One-hundred-fifty years after the government exiled most Dakota from Minnesota following the U.S. Dakota War of 1862, more than 250 people made a symbolic return to the state.
Minnesota ranks near the bottom in the country for affordable center-based child care, according to a study released today.
There haven't been any reported cases in Minnesota yet, but more than 150 people nationwide have already gotten sick this summer with the newest strain of swine flu. It was mostly spread from county fairs in Indiana and Ohio.