Flowing water was supposed to be part of the memorial, but it usually isn't working, according to the city attorney.
The temporary play space will coincide with a construction project at the museum's downtown St. Paul location.
Public defenders in Minnesota represent poor clients charged with felonies, gross misdemeanors and misdemeanors, as well as juveniles and children in need of protective services.
Levi Acre-Kendall's lawyer is arguing that he should be covered by Wisconsin's "Castle Doctrine," which presumes that Acre-Kendall used force to prevent himself from being killed or harmed.
Air quality in most of the state is now rated as "good," according to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
The National Weather Service predicts rainfall of between 2 and 4 inches throughout the morning and afternoon. Storms should clear the region by about 4 p.m.
Prime is trying to change the industry to make it more diverse and kinder than the culture of the 'brogrammer.'
Police were called to Willy's Bar on Coon Rapids Boulevard early Thursday morning. A suspect has been arrested.
Taprooms in St. Paul will be able to sell beer in growlers on Sundays starting on July 5. The Legislature voted earlier this year to let taprooms sell the 64-ounce jugs of beer on Sundays.
Dr. Katherine Nickels is one of 203 health care practitioners registered to participate in Minnesota's medical marijuana program.
Republicans said Minnesotans will be shocked to see what commissioners are receiving and predicted Democrats will pay a political price at the polls.
Here's a look at some of the more interesting changes.
The fire, on the 2700 block of 18th Avenue South, was reported at about 3:40 a.m.
MPR News' Tom Weber discussed with Glen Taylor what the future holds for him and Taylor Corp. as he passes the reins to his niece, Deb Taylor.
The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office says a 51-year-old from Virginia was at a Cherry Township recreational facility carrying his daughter when lightning struck them Sunday afternoon.