Last month, we told you about a unique challenge from the city of St. Paul. The city asked for your ideas to improve St. Paul, with the winner getting a $1 million grant to turn their dream into reality. More than 900 ideas have been entered.
Fire Captain Tracy Moore applied for a $20,000 grant geared towards connecting communities and won it. Her goal is to improve the fire department’s relationship with the Somali community
The board that aims to bring a bit of Hollywood t0 Minnesota could have more to offer film and television production companies if some lawmakers get their way.
Two dogs have been found shot to death in west-central Minnesota.
A quarter of a million dollars, coaching and even office space for a start-up company: it could be the business opportunity of a lifetime, and it’s coming from a place some might not expect.
Minnesota has won a federal grant to reduce mercury exposure for woman and children living along Lake Superior’s north shore.
St. Paul has emerged as the big winner in a new way of handing out state bonding money, with $25 million set aside for a new stadium for the minor league Saints baseball team.
It wasn’t the game of baseball being played at Target Field before today’s Twins Game. Instead, an 8-year-old from Lino Lakes with Leukemia asked if he could play video games. That wish – and much more — came true.
United Tribes Technical College is getting a $750,000 matching grant to help complete a science and technology building on the Bismarck campus.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced $25,000 grants to each of four recipients in the Great Lakes region, including a Minnesota tribe and a Wisconsin nonprofit organization.
The Target Field light rail station will get some sprucing up thanks to a $10 million federal grant from the Department of Transportation.
Minnesota musicians are paying tribute again to the Fab Four — and giving a little help to their friends at public schools.
Its been nearly five decades since Beatle-mania took over the world. Now the Beatles are back in a big way. This time, they’re getting a Minnesota twist.
Twin Cities Rise is a nonprofit that trains unemployed and under-employed people for good jobs.
A military fund will mark the 10th anniversary of 9/11 by giving to the families of two Minnesota soldiers killed in Afghanistan.
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