Minneapolis Convention Center
This weekend, the Minneapolis Convention Center hosts the 2012 National Truck Driving Championships, otherwise known as the Superbowl of Safety.
Tickets are on sale for an onstage discussion featuring Garrison Keillor and author Diane Wilson in Minneapolis next month.
20 years ago, the first Charter School in the nation opened in St Paul, after the Minnesota legislature passed the first chartered school law.
Former President Bill Clinton will be the headline speaker for a Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party dinner in August.
More than 400 top local businesspeople are helping young job seekers hone their interview techniques this week at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Protestors gathered Tuesday morning outside the Minneapolis Convention Center, where shareholders of the Minneapolis-based U.S. Bank were scheduled to start their annual meeting.
The Northwest Sportshow is making its way to the Minneapolis Convention Center for five days of outdoor fun from March 28 – April 1.
The Twin Cities has all the major sports—pro football, basketball, hockey, men’s and women’s basketball, and lacrosse. There’s a well-regarded minor league baseball team, co-owned by comedian Bill Murray. But a newer sport is gaining traction: Roller Girls.
Golfers are ready to kick off the unofficial start to the 2012 golf season in Minnesota.
If you need a break from winter, head over to the Minneapolis Convention Center and think spring.
U.S. Rep. Ron Paul is rallying Minnesota supporters as his campaign looks to the Minnesota caucus for its first state win in the Republican presidential race.
Thousands of people will gather next Monday at the Minneapolis Convention Center for the It’s the annual Martin Luther King Day Breakfast.
Thousands of Somalis in Minnesota are expected to show support for the new prime minister of their homeland.
So much of what victims lost in the tornado can never be replaced. But at the Minneapolis Convention Center Tuesday, about 1,000 residents got everything from a hot lunch to a new pair of glasses.
More than 1,500 volunteers and service providers will be on hand at an event to connect homeless people with resources and services.