It’s homecoming week at the University of Minnesota. That means the phone banks are working overtime calling former students, trying to get them to donate.
Hamline University’s faculty has voted Wednesday to oppose the marriage amendment, which would change Minnesota’s constitution to define marriage as between a man and woman.
A Tuesday night trip to a Rosemount bar last December drew a line between one man’s rights and the law.
It’s the time of year for pruning, mowing, cutting and planting. For some, there’s no limit on how much time they’ll spend perfecting their yards.
Amy Senser will take the stand in an attempt to convince jurors she didn’t know she hit a person with her car last summer.
Jury selection will start Monday on one of the most high profile cases the state has seen in a while.
With skyrocketing gas prices, some say carpooling and biking may not be the only ways to lessen the pain of paying at the pump. They recommend nitrogen in tires.
Former gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer says he was offered a job to teach at Hamline University’s business school, and claims the college later backed out of the deal.
The cold and flu season has officially begun, and one company says it has the newest tool to protect you and your family since hand sanitizer.
Gov. Mark Dayton’s recent appointee to lead the state Office of Higher Education has resigned her position.
Two Hamline University students have been arrested after an on-campus explosion in what police are calling a prank that went too far.
Jasone Verdugo is a busy man.
A Hamline University law professor has been placed on probation for two years for failing to file state tax returns for 2004 through 2007.
A Hamline University law professor has been convicted of failing to file state tax returns for 2004 through 2007.
Gov. Mark Dayton has picked a seasoned housing advocate to lead the Minnesota Housing Finance Agency.