If you think all of the recent snowfall we’ve had is easing Minnesota’s drought, think again. The experts say it’s a mere drop in the bucket.
Although there is a reported boom in Twin Cities apartment construction, some officials say the metro is in crisis mode when it comes to affordable housing and has been for some time.
On the day that Lance Armstrong’s confession goes public on Oprah’s TV show, the head of a Minnesota biking organization is calling for sweeping reforms in the sport.
Beleaguered Macy’s customers gathered outside the Wabasha and 6th street entrance to the downtown St. Paul location, not quite sure when the store was going to close.
It’s a parent’s worst nightmare: Your child is that one in a million the flu vaccine doesn’t work for.
Although the majority of the Minnesota delegation in the U.S. House and both Senators voted for the measure avoiding the cliff, it was a mixed bag and not necessarily along partisan lines.
With 12 days left in the year, we could be looking at a climate record. This year in Minnesota is wrapping up as one of the warmest years on record, according to Assistant State Climatologist Pete Boulay.
Authorities say one person was found dead after a fire late Thursday night at the Downtown Motel in St. Charles, a small town in southeastern Minnesota.
Snow removal hasn’t been a big problem these days, a fact not lost on Lorene Hanson. She’s the president of Track in Bloomington, which specializes in the sales of Snowcats, snowmobile and ski run groomers.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton and six other governors meet Tuesday with President Barack Obama to discuss the fallout of Washington’s search for a long-term debt fix.
A Senate report out Thursday concludes Minneapolis-based Medtronic helped write and edit medical journal articles attributed to outside physicians which downplayed the risks of Infuse, the company’s best-selling bone graft, responsible for $800 million in annual sales.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is hosting a get-together Saturday in Rogers to promote the use of copper-based ammunition by deer hunters this season.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety, along with the Minnesota State Patrol, ramps up the “Click or Ticket Campaign” for the next two weeks starting Friday.
Record water usage in rural parts of southern Minnesota this year has prompted Twin Cities officials to take stock of their own water usage.
According to numbers released Thursday by the U.S. Census, the percentage of children living in poverty in Minnesota continues to grow.