On the day he was introduced as Youngstown State's new head coach, the ugly nature of Bo Pelini's departure from Nebraska was revealed.
Whether it’s spaetzle with rabbit, glazed duck with dumplings or stuffed cabbage rolls, the highly personal menu at Brasserie Zentral in downtown Minneapolis has no local peer. It's the Star Tribune's restaurant of the year.
In his first lengthy comments on his competition with the Vikings to bring Major League Soccer to Minnesota, Bill McGuire left open the possibility of seeking government help to build his own soccer stadium.
A remarkably improved Isaac Kolstad spoke publicly for the first time about his recovery from a near fatal beating seven months ago in Mankato that left him in a coma.
Community organizers say they have been told by Mall of America management and Bloomington police not to hold a protest inside the mall on Saturday.
Four months since he took over as Target Corp.’s chief executive, Brian Cornell is making some of his first leadership changes.
In time for Christmas, Denmark has claimed Santa Claus’ home — the North Pole. Although it might seem like a joke, Denmark’s wish to expand its influence in the Arctic is part of a serious geopolitical struggle: Canada and Russia also claim the spot.
A homicide at a Maple Grove rest area early Wednesday led to a police chase along I-694 that ended when the suspect crashed and was killed by officers after brandishing a weapon, authorities said.
A Utah truck driver accused of keeping women as sex slaves in his semi-trailer as he drove across the country is challenging his arrest.
The Federal Reserve has sharply cut its forecast for inflation next year, saying it will remain far below its 2 percent target through 2015.
Northstar commuter trains will be no more than 11 minutes late or riders will get their money back.
At least 786 children died of abuse or neglect in the U.S. in a six-year span in plain view of child protection authorities — many of them beaten, starved or left alone to drown while agencies had good reason to know they were in danger, The Associated Press has found.
The Wild, in a win-one, lose-one pattern for a month, rallied in the third period to get a point in the standings but succumbed to the Bruins in overtime.
MADISON, Minn. - Minnesota mother Angela Brown, who gave her son an illegal drug that will be legal by this time next year, appeared in Lac qui Parle County court Wednesday morning, where her attorney appealed for the charges against her to be dismissed.
The company-of-the-moment in the digital media industry buys a Minneapolis mobile app firm that started just four months ago.
A U.S. official says federal investigators have now connected the Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc. hacking to North Korea and are expected to make an announcement in the near future.
Schools that get federal poverty aid are eligible to receive the designations.
Extra Sun Country flights between MSP and Orlando to help fans watch gophers take on Missouri.
Some Cuban Americans in Minnesota cheered news of normalizing relations with their homeland. By recent estimates, several thousand Cuba natives call the state home. Twins great Tony Oliva calls it “a great day for both countries.”
Arjo Adams said his lawyer will now take the case to the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
Ford says it's expanding a recall for faulty driver's side air bag inflators to the entire U.S. as demanded by the government.
Normalized relations between the United States and Cuba might finally remove a barrier for Cuban baseball players like former Twin Tony Oliva: The choice to defect.
Big stores are trying to reel in procrastinators with deadlines that are just as late — and even later, in some cases — to order items expected to arrive by Christmas.
Los Angeles, Seattle, Albuquerque, N.M., and Seattle have lost superintendents, increasingly bogged down by complex political landscapes and well-oiled resistance inside and outside urban districts.
Paul Chryst is coming home to coach Wisconsin.
A new audit of TIES finances found the organization continues to bleed cash.
A federal judge has rejected a proposed $75 million head injury settlement with the NCAA as too broad.
The U.S. stock market had its best day in more than a year after the Federal Reserve said it would to remain "patient" in its approach to raising interest rates.
A pledge from the Federal Reserve to remain "patient" when deciding when to lift interest rates gave the stock market its biggest gain in more than a year.
The top theater chains in North America have dropped "The Interview" after hackers threatened terrorist attacks at theaters showing the comedy, effectively squashing the Christmas Day release of the film.