In the latest sign of the leaders' tense relationship, Hodges is said to have told Harteau to undo the appointment of John Delmonico, or Hodges would undo it herself. Harteau left the task to the mayor.
Three Minneapolis City Council incumbents expect battles to get seal of approval.
Arrests in St. Paul region are up 80 percent.
Teresa A. Garin of St. Paul faces three counts of theft by swindle.
The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden re-opens to the public with 18 new artworks
A district judge did not abuse his authority in issuing the first denial for a change of venue, the Court of Appeals ruled.
The bill needs to be reconciled with the House version.
Thirty goats will be unleashed Monday afternoon.
A big traffic flap is brewing in Hopkins, where a group residents fed up with rogue motorists cutting through neighborhoods to bypass the official Hwy. 169 detour has launched an effort to recall the mayor and four city council members, claiming they have not done enough to address the problem.
The expected flood of visitors to Minnesota during next year’s Super Bowl creates a deadline for cities to establish regulations.
Richfield is facing the pressure of for-profit developers.
School officials in Big Lake changed course Thursday and decided that guns can be included in the high school trapshooting team photo in the yearbook.
Friend says the two men were meditating at the river’s edge; one survived, the other is missing.
Minneapolis charter schoolteacher Abdul Wright asked President Trump if the group could sing “Lift Every Voice and Sing” in Oval Office visit.
The record-breaking award was announced Friday morning.
Its effort to demolish a 1950s office building on the lake's north side to build a 200-unit residential tower moves forward.
It gives teens the power to determine what projects are needed in their area.
Proceeds from Fairytale Fashion For Food pop-up dress shops at area high schools help pay for feeding this summer students who get free and reduced lunches.
Luger will also resume practicing law privately in Twin Cities.
The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota says drivers can help turtles cross roads safely and avoid painful cracks in their shells, or worse.
But it won’t be long before they go their separate ways to college.