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.
Minnesota is getting a $1 million health care grant that former Gov. Tim Pawlenty spurned and new Gov. Mark Dayton sought.
Seven Minnesota biofuel producers will be receiving nearly $748,000 in federal grants to expand advanced biofuel production.