Police interviews with children indicate teacher was attentive, students got along.
Habitat for Humanity executive Kristin Beckmann will become deputy mayor later this month; Cecile Bedor is leaving to work at Greater MSP.
Amid the last vestiges of winter, construction began Wednesday on a new Saints home in Lowertown in St. Paul.
Investigators are searching for the former pastor of the River Road Fellowship, Victor A. Barnard, who faces dozens of counts of abusing underage girls in his Finlayson congregation.
A driver under the influence swerved into oncoming traffic on a well-traveled St. Louis Park street, leaving the other motorist dead, authorities said.
The U.S. attorney’s office said some people lost their life savings in an investment fraud case in which an investment counselor pleaded guilt on Thursday.
Mark Pavelich, an Iron Ranger who helped Team USA beat the Soviets on the way to Olympic gold in 1980, is selling his medal through a Dallas auction house.
The makeover will be brought alive by a performance artist starting at 11 a.m. on the plaza outside Target Field before the first to two Twins games today.
The number of cases in the past two years is well above what police had been seeing over the past decade.
A couple’s dispute turned violent.
A run-down rooming house that was once a grand example of master builder T.P Healy's handiwork is poised for demolition after an extended fight over historic preservation.
John Brodrick, longtime board member, claims district has lost confidence of citizenry.
Protesters who tried to block her visit plan demonstration on Northrop Mall.
The county attorney’s office said it will seek a bail increase to $300,000 each for Colin Chisholm III, 62, and his wife, Andrea Chisholm, 54, and surrender of their passports.
Taxi industry representatives await public hearing later this month regarding legalization of apps like Lyft and UberX.
Minneapolis could soon join dozens of other cities around the country in banning restaurants from offering food in foam containers.