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.
Haj said he believes the theater can find a balance between performing classic productions and producing new work. He takes over in July.
Developers are hoping to start construction by February 2016, although that date depends on how long the approval process takes.
The winter storm continues to pose problems on the road as snow covers slick roads across Minnesota.
Firefighters rescued a 4-foot python after a Cottage Grove home caught fire on Monday night.
A Minneapolis woman who pleaded guilty to attempted murder for running down a man with her car after a night out at a bar was sentenced Friday to 15 years in prison.
The bus aims to close gaps in the food system by tailoring the groceries it sells to the needs of specific communities -- and bringing the store to them.