Target has not said whether downsizing will end after the 3,100 job cuts it announced Tuesday. Experts say Target must work hard to maintain the morale of those who still have jobs.
About a thousand people marched from the Capitol to a downtown St. Paul church Sunday in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama.
The majority of the building collapsed in the fire. No injuries were reported.
As the Iditarod sled dog competition is set to begin in Alaska, several Minnesotans are recuperating after finishing a version of the race on bikes.
All 1,000 free tickets, courtesy of Kevin Garnett, for Monday night's Timberwolves game were claimed by fans in fewer than 3 minutes.
Garnett's first game with the Timberwolves since 2007 is tonight.
The 15-time all-star began his career with Minnesota in 1995 and left to play for Boston in 2007.
More guards and police officers are keeping tabs on the Mall of America, but a security expert says there's a limit to what the Bloomington shopping center can and should do to prevent a terrorist attack.
Earlier Sunday, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson warned Mall of America shoppers to be "particularly careful" in the wake of a video purportedly made by al-Shabab.
The coyote population in the Twin Cities has grown in the last decade. That means more sightings in suburban parks, streets and backyards.
An Orono couple faced a possible six months in jail over a wind turbine at their home. But an attorney for the couple says the judge ruled the Nygards did not have to take the turbine down to stay out of jail.
Ramsey County prosecutors have charged a Maplewood man in the death of an 18-month-old girl in his care.
Protesters demanded increased staffing for the Department of Chicano and Latino studies and the end of racial descriptions of suspects in campus crime alerts.
The fire also spread to an adjacent house.
As the sex offender program heads to trial Monday, the state already is preparing for more people to be provisionally discharged.