If 14-month labor dispute is resolved, this season could be merged with one planned by orchestra management.
Union won’t file grievance, but former officers can appeal their firing under state law due to their veteran status.
Amtrak is in the midst of canceling five runs of the Empire Builder between St. Paul and Spokane, Wash., citing lengthy delays for hundreds of passengers because of heavy freight traffic along the line and recent extreme cold weather.
A Hennepin County judge heard arguments Thursday morning regarding a last-minute legal challenge to the $400 million proposal to reshape land adjacent to the new Vikings stadium.
A 35-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of impersonating a law enforcement officer while grabbing a woman off a Fridley street and sexually assaulting her late last month.
Minnesota Orchestral Association reported revenue of roughly $12 million, nearly all through contributions and investment income.
Savings in 2011 trigger an automatic $50 million payback for the cost of 2008 state health reforms
The girl’s e-mail lead police to accused suspects.
A school bus struck and seriously injured a man walking along a frontage road Thursday morning in St. Cloud.
He had also worked in public relations at Pillsbury.
It also seeks an injunction to delay any final action by the city.
The newspaper wants a judge to release the FBI interview with a man suspected of an alleged terrorist attack, but his attorney says it will taint the jury pool.
The Twin Cities campus, which once had the lowest rates in the Big Ten, is now within ‘striking distance’ of its goal.
Inquiries, suspicious deaths indicate problems at the Minneapolis facility persist