The city has been selected for the Rockefeller Foundations "100 Resilient Cities" program, will hire a new "chief resilience officer."
“Will controversy over managing the deer population ever go away? No,” said Legislative Auditor James Nobles.
Harriet, who has made national TV appearances and whose image is on a Minnesota license plate design, was euthanized at age 35.
St. Paul slips from a tie in 2015 to a close second among 100 cities.
“No funds have been misappropriated. No one got rich off doing business with [Move Minneapolis],” Dan MacLaughlin, who was placed on leave, said in an interview.
Efforts to move the June 5 event to Dakota County were unsuccessful.
Abdirizak Warsame’s testimony has triggered tensions
Police found him under a downtown Minneapolis bridge, nabbed him after a brief chase.
Sixteen months after filing for bankruptcy, archdiocese files a plan to compensate clergy abuse victims.
New video from AAA shows cars whizzing precariously close to its tow truck drivers.
He was on a 4-wheeler at the time he was struck, the Sheriff’s Office said.
The city recently asked residents what they value when it comes to trash hauling. People responded en masse, a report released Wednesday shows.
Dr. Kjell Lindgren said the lessons learned during his emergency medicine residency at HCMC helped him with his 141-day mission on the International Space Station.
The Wayzata man had pleaded guilty to charges of obstructing an investigation.
The council voted unanimously in a committee meeting to establish a permanent advisory group on transgender issues.
Crews from 14 departments battled the blaze fore nearly three hours.
Arteisha Love’s case highlights the complexity of domestic violence.
Live TV coverage will track the final 45, with a champion being crowned tonight.
A Minneapolis man is charged with burglary, accused of slipping through a closed construction zone to get into the House chambers.
If Minneapolis has a plan to address a violent surge, it hasn't been shared.
New superintendent Ed Graff faces hard work, but support, in Minneapolis.
To this trolley operator (and reporter), every ride on the Lake Harriet streetcar is a 15-minute journey into history.
But the governor said he will have certain requirements, like a new sciences building at U
Dave Berger was put on ‘investigative leave’ from Inver Hills Community College in February.