Want to grow a few plants for Minnesota’ new medical marijuana program? It’s not so simple.
Students protesting Macalester College’s ties to Wells Fargo have ended their sit-in after the college president agreed to a meeting.
It’s hardly the weather for eating outside. But come spring, comes a return of the food trucks to downtown Minneapolis streets.
Minneapolis Public Schools will host a community meeting next month at Washburn High School following a racial incident.
A Minneapolis Public School says they are “deeply disturbed” after a racial incident involving a baby doll occurred last Friday at Washburn High School.
The fight over the future of lake access in the Twin Cities got heated tonight. That’s because a proposal could drastically change how boaters get on lakes throughout the Twin Cities.
Texas Congressman Ron Paul is no longer actively campaigning for president, but his supporters are still expected to make some noise this weekend when Minnesota Republicans hold their state convention in St. Cloud.
Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf said Wednesday that the team wants a new stadium in the Twin Cities, even if it means building on the current site of the Metrodome.
Gov. Mark Dayton and Republican legislative leaders have broken from a day’s worth of budget negotiations as they try to head off a state government shutdown on July 1.
Several hundred potato growers and industry officials from around the country are gathering in Grand Forks for a National Potato Council meeting.
U.S. Sens. Kent Conrad and John Hoeven says BNSF Railway and Amtrak each have pledged to pay one-third of the cost of saving track threatened by flooding in northeast North Dakota.
The Rocori school district is holding a community meeting to discuss school safety — after two students brought weapons to school in April.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says he’ll reveal details in the next few days about the league’s contribution toward a new stadium for the Minnesota Vikings.
When officials in the Fargo area got together last week to talk about preparations for an expected third straight major flood, 29 people crowded around a table, including representatives from police, the governor’s office, the National Guard, hospitals, schools, utilities and even mental health professionals.
There was a meeting Saturday for people who live and work near University Avenue where the next light rail line will be built.