For 17 years, the 400 bar was a spot for up and coming and popular Twin Cities bands. Now, the owners of the Minneapolis club decided to close.
An attorney for a former Minnesota nurse convicted of going online and encouraging two people to kill themselves says his client was merely supporting his alleged victims and had no influence on their actions.
A Minnesota doctor took offense when a patient’s son posted critical remarks about him on some rate-your-doctor websites, including a comment by a nurse who purportedly called the physician “a real tool.”
Target Corp. says that for the first time it will match prices that customers find on identical products at select online competitors this holiday season.
Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe is the latest to appear in a Minnesotans United for All Families ad, which urges people to vote no on the marriage amendment.
Hunters and trappers who entered the lottery for licenses in Minnesota’s first-ever wolf season can now check online to see if they won.
More than 12 million people have already pinned to their digital bulletin boards, but there is growing concern that Pinterest users could be breaking the law.
The new online system for state park reservations could not handle the flood of traffic it got and crashed about an hour after going online.
The Minnesota State Park reservation system is closing for two months for an online makeover.
The state Agriculture Department is telling Minnesotans not to let pests into their homes this holiday season — and they’re not talking about relatives.
If you buy a Christmas tree or wreath online this year, make sure you’re not letting destructive insects into your home or neighborhood.
A member of the St. Croix County Sheriff’s department is suing one of her co-workers, and the department, for defamation of character and sexual harassment. She claims an anonymous posting on a website by her coworker hurt her reputation.
Target Corp. says the head of its online business has left the company.
We are just weeks away from the spookiest and most candy-filled time of year — Halloween. If you are trying to hunt down your costume, and don’t have time to make your own, here are a few pre-made deals.
You no longer need a cord to post the digital pictures from your camera online.
Have you “clipped” this month yet? September is National Coupon Month (yes, I know, there is a month for everything!) and we are looking closer at how we all save on our every day purchases.
Cavalia is warning ticket buyers that swarms of online scalpers are selling regular priced tickets for an inflated price.
A 28-year-old Minnesota man has been given five years in federal prison for driving to Iowa to have sex with an underage girl.
A Minneapolis woman has become the 100,000th online student this year at the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system.
A former Minnesota nurse convicted of aiding two suicides via online postings was sentenced to 360 days in jail Wednesday.
The 90-year-old White Castle fast-food chain is embracing cyber era technology by introducing online ordering at all its restaurants.
Porky’s in St. Paul served its last burgers Sunday. Now, its memorabilia is being catalogued for the auction block.
Today’s schools might have a tougher time than ever dealing with bullying.
A sentencing date has been set in Minnesota for the former nurse who used the Internet to encourage two people to kill themselves.
A Twin Cities teenager says a man she met online sold her for sex hundreds of times.