In a memo Thursday the U.S. Department of Justice said American Indian tribes can legalize marijuana in their territories as long as they follow the same conditions required of states that have legalized the drug.
Cyclist Greg LeMond has released a new book called "The Science of Fitness."
Duluth-based Bent Paddle Brewing has settled a lawsuit alleging that a logo used on some of its beers infringed on the trademark of a Vermont-based brewery.
Traffic was backed up on westbound Interstate 94 on Friday morning after an accident in the Lowry Hill Tunnel.
But St. Paul's data in the U.S. Conference of Mayors Task Force on Hunger and Homelessness report indicates that shelter capacity in the city is currently stretched to the limit.
The state is setting up a system to manage the medical marijuana program, which will track patient outcomes to help guide prescriptions in the future.
The renovation will transform the busy four-lane street by adding protected bike lanes, wider and buffered sidewalks, medians and left-turn lanes.
Assistant Chief Cherie Penn says the fires are unrelated.
"The public needs to see us as more transparent," Roseville Police Chief Rick Mathwig told MPR News' The Daily Circuit.
The State Patrol says a truck driven by Fidencio Ramirez Rojas lost control and hit a Chevrolet Malibu headed in the opposite direction on Highway 12 shortly after 6 p.m.
Traffic has returned to normal at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport after an afternoon rally at the main terminal where airport workers called for a $15 an hour minimum wage.
A comprehensive bike plan would set a long-term goal of adding about 200 miles of bikeways to city streets.
Target lawyers challenged arguments the company was negligent in the data breach and violated a Minnesota credit card security.
The accident occurred on Highway 12 just east of Maple Plain at about 9:45 p.m. Tuesday.
Area health workers are pressing to get anti-overdose medicine into the hands of drug users following three opiate overdose deaths during recent days.