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Advocates are encouraging gun owners to bring their weapons to Open Streets family-oriented events in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Plan would direct up to $60 million in property taxes to the project.
The City Council will vote Tuesday on the first steps to fund a proposed $200 million streetcar line along Nicollet and Central Avs.
Minnesota School of Science supporters accused the district of acting hastily against a school they say has educated children better than other programs that have been housed at Cityview in north Minneapolis.
A man was shot to death early Monday inside a Chicago Avenue house in south Minneapolis.
Hennepin County commissioner has voted on contracts tied to wife’s law firm.
The case against 94-year-old Michael Karkoc, accused of being a former SS officer, is likely to be a "race against time," legal experts say.
Mayoral candidate Mark Andrew took an early lead at the DFL’s endorsing convention Saturday afternoon, capturing 42 percent of the delegate votes on the second ballot.
Man reportedly killed wife, then himself after standoff.
Ukrainian immigrant served in unit involved in war crimes, researchers say.
Vote rejecting a group license variance means some members of teacher trainee program may not have a license by first day of school.
The man allegedly posed as a care attendant to enter the facility and have sex with a vulnerable resident.
The City Council and the public will weigh in Tuesday on a plan to redirect about $5 million a year in property taxes to help build a streetcar line along Nicollet and Central Aves.
Decision forces individual applications for teacher corps
A violent felon recently released from prison but still under state supervision went on a knife-wielding carjacking spree that began in a central Minnesota grocery store, terrorized victims in Minneapolis and ended in a multivehicle crash in St. Paul.