People in downtown St. Paul will likely soon have a place to shop for groceries.
A woman who was publicly calling for the suspension of the Danube police chief for alleged wrongdoing was at the same time using her position as a City Council member to steal rent checks written to the city.
Security guards — not police — will patrol the streets of Foley.
A new ordinance going into effect Thursday will require businesses in Minneapolis to offer the option to recycle.
Some bars in Uptown Minneapolis are opposed to a proposed ordinance, that would clamp down on music on the patios.
A tornado that tore through north Minneapolis caused an estimated $166 million, and that figure is expected to rise, officials said Tuesday.
The Minneapolis City Council has voted to approve and extend a local disaster declaration, which allows the city to use previously restricted money to pay costs associated with tornado damage.
A 76-year-old man with a 7-foot statue of Jesus Christ in his backyard is fighting to keep it there.
A proposal before the Minneapolis City Council could double the amount of mobile food vendors around the city and expand the reach beyond downtown.
Fireworks Monday night at a Chanhassen city council meeting.
A community task force in Duluth has been started to address human trafficking and soon the city council will take up the issue.
If you’re a smoker who enjoys sampling cigars in tobacco shops, you could soon lose that pleasure. The city of Minneapolis is considering an amendment to ban indoor cigar sampling.
Two City Council members in Moorhead, Minn., are upset they were not included in a closed-door meeting about the proposed Red River diversion flood control project in the region.