The Ferrari driver is sentenced to three days’ community service and a fine.
The man was not familiar with the open water channel, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
Housing will replace abandoned buildings.
Throwback video games mix fun with a sense of nostalgia
Ice fishing enthusiasts enjoyed a balmy opener, and a chance to celebrate old and new traditions.
Despite affirmative action laws, audit says state hiring of “targeted groups” lags behind.
About 250 gathered outside the Humphrey School, and made their way downtown.
Teven King, 20, said he and others confronted Allen Scarsella before the shots were fired.
The collision occurred on an icy road near Cloquet, officials said.
As the state pushes trash burning, some haulers are pushing back
Unlike the south metro’s Red Line, at least so far, the A Line from south Minneapolis to Roseville is reporting solid ridership results.
Blade the K-9 retired last month and is now living with longtime partner Jason Behr. Both are getting used to their new roles.
Yes, we've heard this before, but this time the Minnesota Department of Transportation seems fairly certain that the Nine Mile Creek bridge on Hwy. 169 will close Monday.
The hundredth anniversary of an architecture firm’s founding has some lessons.
Organizers of Saturday's Women's March Minnesota are telling protesters, demonstrators and spectators to be ready for traffic delays, and it's advice motorists heading to or through St. Paul may want to heed.
Citizen efforts to block organized hauling are again rebuffed.
They are marked “Motion Picture Use Only” and are easily purchased online.
Civic Facebook groups gain influence, critics.
Many had spent 24 or so hours on a bus, but their enthusiasm remained strong.
“We’ve come a long way, and we could lose it in a heartbeat,” said one marcher about the election of Donald Trump. They headed toward the State Capitol for a noon rally.
The Salama Child Care Center in Minneapolis had its license revoked in 2015.
A Star Tribune series found that Minnesota has more Indian children in foster care than any other state.
The plant would leave the metro, pay settlement to Hawthorne community.