A National Night Out event in north Minneapolis Tuesday evening drew a crowd due in part to free food and entertainment donated by local churches and businesses.
Hundreds of people turned out in downtown Minneapolis Monday for the dedication of a remembrance garden, in memorial of the 35W bridge victims and survivors.
Minnesota transportation officials are holding to a Sept. 30 deadline for having a new St. Croix bridge plan in place.
An expanded list proposes closing 117 U.S. post offices in Minnesota.
Some Democrats are upset that DFL Gov. Mark Dayton gave up his push for higher taxes on the state's wealthiest residents, while some Republicans wanted deeper cuts in state spending.
Minnesota homeowners facing foreclosure because of unemployment or underemployment have one more day to apply for up to $50,000 of help.
The nearly $500 million bonding bill signed into law Wednesday will borrow $10 million for local road maintenance and safety improvements.
The transportation bill agreed to as part of the state budget agreement doesn't cut transit funding as deeply as originally proposed and even contains some additional money for road maintenance.
Federal housing officials have rejected a bid from a controversial New York City property owner to buy a Brooklyn Center apartment building.
Until lawmakers approve a new budget early this week, 22,000 state employees will remain out of work along with thousands of private sector workers.
A petition from two key Minnesota GOP lawmakers today to order work to resume on many of the state's shuttered road projects was taken under advisement by the judge appointed to rule on essential government services.
A group of Stillwater residents and river protection organizations proposed a more modest bridge that will cost half as much as the existing plan.
Supporters of an alternative Stillwater bridge plan say they'll release details of the proposal this Tuesday afternoon.
The Federal Housing Administration will offer a 12-month grace period on federally-backed mortgages to out-of-work borrowers.
Minnesota's two most populous counties say nearly all their services are intact on day six of the state government shutdown. However, officials in the two counties say they are worried about timely arrival of state dollars which fund many of their services.