The school district is asking voters for more money; if not, district officials say, it will be forced to cut programs and teacher jobs.
In play are new Vikings home, near Target Field or close to megamall.
St. Louis Park firm was accused of discriminating on the basis of disabilities.
Derrick Lehrke, up for re-election next week, had been slated to appear in court Thursday on careless driving and speeding charges.
Widely considered the "Oscars" of teaching, the National Milken Educator Award is given to Princeton fifth-grade teacher Angela Harvala
Thousands of runners and walkers expected to follow corridor once used by Minnesota Zephyr dinner train.
Minneapolis residents get more say in neighborhood transportation projects.
Fifth-grade teacher in Princeton is honored with $25,000 national education award.
A major change to the way the city’s public works department plans transportation projects could give residents more say in what ultimately gets built in their neighborhoods.
Walking around Minneapolis promises to be a little easier this winter with the elimination of mini-mountains of snow at many street corners and bus stops.
Deputy Nathan Warner survived the shooting on the morning of April 15 thanks to his bullet-resistant vest. Gunfire also struck his portable radio on the front of his vest.
Records show airfares for the state senator and his wife were paid for by state-funded nonprofit, contradicting earlier statements.
Gov. Dayton is the only gubernatorial candidate not to pledge support for expanding the program
A county social worker was called and determined that the children would be placed in foster care, noting the unsanitary living conditions and the husband’s history as a sex offender, according to the charges.