MPR News Staff
A federal judge Thursday said an arbitrator exceeded his authority in upholding Adrian Peterson's suspension from the NFL.
The 4.2 acre park is part of the larger redevelopment of Downtown East, which includes the Vikings stadium, as well as new apartments, office space, retail and parking.
The National Park Service says rangers will check ice conditions near the Bayfield, Wis., caves and make the call by mid-week.
About half of potential users of medical cannabis reported their qualifying condition as multiple sclerosis or severe muscle spasms, according to an informal Minnesota Health Department survey.
The U.S. Postal Service is considering putting Minnesota Twins Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew on a postage stamp. His widow explains how fans can make that happen.
Kevin Garnett, one of the best ever to play basketball for the Minnesota Timberwolves, will return to the team as part of a trade.
Minnesota counts 16 restaurants, bakers, chefs and others in the culinary trade among the semifinalists for the prestigious James Beard awards. Here's a look at who's on the list.
Organizers of the Northland Fat Bike Rally at Lake Bemidji State Park are looking for riders of all kinds to take part in the emerging winter sport.
The International Winter Cycling Congress will slide into the Twin Cities in early 2016.
The Minnesota Orchestra will perform two concerts this May in Cuba, becoming the first American orchestra to play on the island since the United States moved in December to normalize relations.
It will be the first performance on the island by an American orchestra since the United States moved in December to normalize relations.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue recently learned a couple of taxpayers discovered returns in their names had already been filed.
Chef Sean Sherman of the Oglala Lakota tribe has been working to identify and source the "pre-colonization" foods his ancestors would have eaten before Europeans came to the Great Plains.
(The Daily Circuit,
The big game on Sunday calls for big eats and big appetites.
A wandering moose that became a curiosity when it showed up on a southern Minnesota farm in November died from an infection caused by a parasite, officials say.