Safety measures have greatly reduced the losses from apartment fires.
Woman said Cambridge official was intoxicated.
Economic performance here becomes campaign issue there.
The rookie QB sat out practice Monday; his coach stayed up all night.
Health Department report seeks public comment on site.
The Minneapolis Police Department will again be featured on the popular A&E reality police series, “The First 48,” which provides a glimpse into the crucial hours after a murder, during which detectives work feverishly to find the killer before the trail goes cold.
Another woman has accused Racine billionaire Samuel Curtis Johnson III of sexual assault.
The intruder who climbed a fence made it farther inside the White House than the Secret Service has publicly acknowledged, the Washington Post and New York Times newspapers reported Monday.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates topped Forbes' latest list of the 400 richest Americans for the 21st straight year.
After dropping for seven straight years, the number of U.S. children in foster care rose slightly last year, according to new federal figures released Monday.
Five county leaders say Met Council’s transportation plans are overlooking their needs.
Doctors see promise in ‘explants’ – taking out devices if patients’ hearts recover enough from damage.
Shifts in tax burden and a rebound in housing values will make it “an interesting year” for homeowners.
Abrupt closure of progressive organization comes in the wake of election loss by its founder, Matt Entenza.
A total of 42 projects will split nearly $1.4 million in the Knight Foundation’s “arts challenge” to the city.
The German-based owner of Caribou Coffee tapped the Minnesota executive to lead its expanded business with the $365 million purchase of Einstein Noah.
Former Twins manager Tom Kelly is back home and is resting after suffering a minor stroke Friday.
The annual Oktoberfest celebration in La Crosse has ended without major incident, despite police reports of attendants flipping a car and damaging several others.
The IRS failed to take all required steps for collecting unpaid taxes from people it can't locate in over half the cases that investigators studied, according to a federal report released Monday.
The nation's largest tobacco companies are challenging court-ordered advertisements requiring the cigarette makers to say they lied about the dangers of smoking.
The average charge for using an out-of network machine? $4.35.
Facing intense criticism from parents and patient advocates, the state’s largest psychiatric hospital is preparing to give families much greater say in the treatment of mentally ill patients.
High school sports league is under attack for trying to establish guidelines for transgender athletes.
MnDOT is asking farmers not to mow a few rows; the stalks reduce snow — and snowplowing.
U.S. Labor Department grant of $17.5 million is aimed at training factory and construction workers.
The company says the latest case affects four stores in the East Metro area.
Minnesota 2020, a left-leaning think thank that was founded by DFL politician Matt Entenza, is closing its doors.
Wisconsin's tense race for governor got some political star power Monday, with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie urging Republicans to step up their support for a potential presidential rival, Scott Walker.
Two tenants who authorities said had 93 small dogs in a home they rented from a North Las Vegas city councilman could face animal-cruelty charges after a weekend fire that injured one man and killed 45 animals.
The North Dakota State University student found slain in Moorhead has been laid to rest as authorities search for his killer.