The man was airlifted to St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester just after 1 a.m. Sunday.
About 40 demonstrators lay down on the plaza in front of TCF Bank Stadium. They chanted slogans against police brutality.
Nearly a year after ending a bitter battle with musicians, the Minnesota Orchestral Association announced a deficit of $650,000. But the financial shortfall was much smaller than the one the association posted a year ago. MPR News Reporter Peter Cox has more.
The orchestra released an annual report Tuesday that documented the financial results following its 16-month lockout of musicians and an abbreviated, six-month season.
The bar, known for its throwback decor, polka band and piano bar sing-alongs, was named one of the best bars in America by Esquire in 2006.
Medaria Arradondo will be the Minneapolis police chief's first chief of staff.
The plan is to build 60 units of affordable housing — including seven apartments for people who have been homeless for a long time — at the former home of the Minnesota Milk Company on University Avenue.
The Minneapolis police chief has announced structural changes to the police department. She's adding a commander of operations and administration and a chief of staff.
The Anoka County Attorney's Office declined to issue charges against officers Jerad Dixon and Richard Webb in the shooting of Chaz Havenor. The officers were in imminent danger, officials say.
Over 100 protesters gathered before a speech by Hubbard at Augsburg College in Minneapolis Thursday evening, and several went inside the auditorium to question him directly.
The Metropolitan Council is encouraging new housing, walkways, bike paths and other projects through several grants.
A fire Tuesday in a unit of the Northern Tier Energy refinery in St. Paul Park led to an evacuation, but the company says the fire was put out quickly.
Slippery slopes, semis in the ditch and a grinding commute are all part of Minnesota's snowy landscape as the state grapples with the season's first major winter storm. Another wave of snow is expected Monday night into Tuesday morning.
The company's Modular Rejuvenate and ABG II Femoral Hip Implants were defective, said Ben Gordon, one of the lead attorneys for the plaintiffs.
Witnesses say the squad car had lights and siren on when it crossed the tracks. Police say they still are investigating the collision.