Minnesota state parks and trails can expect thousands of new trees next year, thanks to a Minnesota Twins’ partnership with the Department of Natural Resources.
The Farm Rescue organization has started a new program to enable farmers to donate part of their harvest to the nonprofit.
A program new in La Crosse helps hometown heroes purchase, sell or refinance a house.
A University of Minnesota program that helps immigrant doctors qualify to practice in Minnesota has fallen victim to last month’s state budget agreement.
The state’s largest school district plans to stay in touch with its struggling students over the summer with a special telephone number staffed by someone who can connect students to service agencies.
Crews have been working the past few weeks preparing Fort Snelling National Cemetery in the Twin Cities for the annual Memorial Day program Monday.
Ramsey County Sheriff Matt Bostrom is promoting a new service designed to help disabled residents in the event of an emergency.
A bicycle loan program is back for its second year in the Twin Cities, aiming to provide poor adults with a free bike for six months.
St. Paul announced a new program on Thursday to give kids more opportunities for learning and fun outside of school.
A minor spending cut in a sprawling Senate health and welfare bill could threaten home-delivered meals for thousands of poor senior citizens and result in lost federal dollars.
For the last few years, finding work has been a challenge for many Minnesotans. A program in the Twin Cities is proving it’s possible.
A convicted sexual predator seeking an extremely rare release from Minnesota’s sexual offender treatment program was confronted Friday by one of his victims, who rejected the man’s claim that he no longer poses a threat.
John Rydberg showed no mercy on the night in 1975 when he broke into a rural Wisconsin home and raped a young couple as their son slept upstairs — or four years later, when he raped a Minnesota woman at knifepoint in front of her children.
Federal officials have certified Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton’s request to access federal money to expand a health program for the poor beginning March 1.
Students at Minnetonka Middle School are helping people, thousands of miles away, live a better life.