Parents were notified Monday that Lorraine Cruz, who has led the school since 2013, would no longer be returning, but district officials are not saying why.
Three days after Bud Runion posted an ad on the website Craigslist that he was seeking to buy a 1966 Mustang convertible, he and his wife set out for a small farming community in southern Georgia to meet with a potential seller.
Facebook said it suffered a self-inflicted outage lasting an hour on Tuesday that made its site inaccessible to users worldwide.
Gunmen stormed a luxury Libyan hotel popular with foreigners Tuesday, killing at least three guards and taking hostages, a security official said.
Organizers are considering adding a confidential mental-health and substance-abuse questionnaire to the schools’ annual screening, a reflection of growing attention to anxiety and stress among the nation’s teenagers.
About 3,000 patients of a Hudson chiropractic clinic have been notified that their personal information may have been breached.
A Falcon Heights man apparently shot the kitchen window of a Roseville Montessori school Monday afternoon before killing himself in the school’s parking lot.
Jim Grathwol is resigning after 17 years working for the district.
Twin Cities builders continue to fight against new state rules they say add unnecessary costs to new houses.
Ruben R. Esquivel Solis, 23, of Okabena, Minn., was installing tin atop a chicken barn in June 21 and fell nearly 30 feet to the concrete floor. A board broke, sending Solis to his death.
Saks Off 5th, which closed its downtown Minneapolis location this month, said Tuesday that it will return in April 2016 -- in City Center, across the street from its former location.
Even though we’re in the midst of the St. Paul Winter Carnival, the Minnesota State Fair wants to get on our radar. Def Leppard, Alan Jackson and the Turtles are the latest acts to be announced for this summer’s grandstand lineup.
A storm packing blizzard conditions spun up the East Coast early Tuesday, pounding parts of coastal New Jersey northward through Maine with high winds and heavy snow.
Jashon Cornell wanted a better senior season, but he's hit the ground running at Ohio State.
Ruling could affect 27,000 home health care workers.
The Thunder was without star Kevin Durant but still had enough to win.
Peijan L. Hodges, 22, of Farmington, pleaded guilty last week to first-degree criminal sexual conduct and attempted first-degree criminal sexual conduct.
Video of council meeting records audio of a volley of gunshots, panic and confusion.
Most siblings with a diagnosis of autism do not share the same genetic risk factors for the disorder and are as distinct in their behaviors as any brothers and sisters, scientists reported Monday in a study that came as a surprise to many doctors, if not to parents.
The city with the world's tallest building can now boast that it's home to the world's busiest airport for international passengers too.
At 11 a.m., Gov. Mark Dayton will hold a news conference to announce the details of his budget proposal.
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About 3,000 children will be gradually released from an armed group in South Sudan, the United Nations children's agency said after a group of 280 children were freed on Tuesday.
A Philadelphia-area couple whose pet ferrets attacked their newborn daughter and chewed off parts of her face have been charged with child endangerment.
Rules and permitting are likely targets at the Legislature as environmentalists try to fend off business interests.
Gov. Mark Dayton is now expected to sign the $17 million measure.
Political newcomer says she will seek DFL nomination in 2016.
A Brooklyn Park man was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison for crashing his van on a St. Paul street last summer and fleeing, leaving his young son in the crumpled vehicle with a broken leg and his teenage daughter paralyzed.
City staffers were looking for lessons about urban agriculture inside and outside Havana.