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.
LeafLine Labs and Minnesota Medical Solutions were chosen from among 12 applicants. Production will start in Cottage Grove and Otsego. State officials hope the products are ready for sale by July.
Both Minneapolis and St. Paul send work crews to clear sidewalks at property owners' expense. But last winter, St. Paul cleared more sidewalks and assessed higher fees against scofflaws.
The board will meet tonight to decide how to fill a more than $100,000 deficit.
Residents can learn about online security and get help repairing Internet devices. The first workshop is Saturday. Anyone is welcome.
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said his office's goal is to send a message to drug distributors.
For the 10,000 homeless Minnesotans and many others in need, the harsh mid-November cold that dropped into the state is more than just an early hassle.
The NFL Players Association said Peterson will immediately appeal. Peterson pleaded no contest earlier this month to a misdemeanor charge of child abuse.
Donations will end waiting lists for needed equipment and technology, the state ALS chapter announced.
The August Schell Brewing Company hopes to refurbish and preserve the sign, which has been dark for nearly two decades.
The star running back and Vikings' fans can expect a resolution sometime in coming weeks, says writer Ben Goessling, who covers the team for ESPN.