The Minnesota State Patrol is investigating a fatal crash in the north Twin Cities metro Tuesday afternoon. The accident happened at about 12:43 p.m. near Interstate 694 and Lexington Avenue in Arden Hills.
A South Dakota man faces federal charges in two Twin Cities bank robberies early this year. Forty-four-year-old William Roy St. John of Sisseton, S.D., was indicted on two counts of bank robbery.
Police are looking for a bank robber accused of taking money from the TCF Bank inside the Cub Foods Store in Arden Hills.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture hopes trained sniffer dogs can become a new line of defense against the invasive pests, which threaten ash trees across the state and across the country.
The drive-through canopy at an Arden Hills TCF Bank collapsed Saturday afternoon, authorities said.
A Republican state lawmaker has introduced a bill to build a new Vikings stadium in Ramsey County and pay for it with tax money raised by authorizing electronic bingo games and pull-tabs in bars and restaurants.
Ramsey County leaders are back on the offense in the stadium game with a new funding proposal to get the Arden Hills stadium site back on the legislature’s radar. The only problem: The Vikings don’t like it.
Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul has had a busy Saturday in Minnesota with a key caucus in the state just three days away.
Gov. Mark Dayton is telling the owners of the Minnesota Vikings the team’s new stadium will have to be at the Metrodome site if a stadium bill is to pass the Legislature this year.
Gov. Mark Dayton said Wednesday that none of the plans so far for a Vikings stadium are good enough to pass the State Legislature. That assessment comes just six days before the legislature meets in session, and just as the Vikings Metrodome lease expires.
The following is the full analysis on current Vikings stadium proposals and the conclusions from Gov. Mark Dayton.
Minnesota’s Governor wants all Vikings stadium proposals on his desk by the end of the work day Thursday.
A new city is throwing its name into the mix of places to be the new home of the Minnesota Vikings. Shakopee announced its plans at a news conference Wednesday to build a stadium for the team at a site just off Highway 101 and Highway 169.
Ramsey County and the City of Minneapolis are scrambling to put finishing touches on final plans for a potential Vikings stadium.
Dayton held a news conference Thursday afternoon to announce that he wants full proposals from Minneapolis and Arden Hills stadium officials by Jan. 12, which is one week from today.