The Minnesota Zoo will reopen to the public Tuesday after being closed one day due to dangerously cold weather.
Legislation to reopen the federal government and avoid a threatened national default has passed the U.S. Senate on an 81-18 vote. The legislation that passed the Senate Wednesday now goes to the U.S. House where a vote is expected later Wednesday.
It’s not spring yet but some people south of the metro are already dealing with an unwelcome sign of spring: Flooding.
Grandma’s Miller Hill location in Duluth was submerged in water when last month’s flood hit.
A swimming beach at Lake Harriet is still closed because of E. Coli bacteria. And more beaches are being tested.
Minnesota state parks resume taking reservations for campsites and cabins at 8 a.m. Tuesday following the state government shutdown.
The end of Minnesota’s government shutdown will bring the re-opening of state parks, one of the most visible casualties of the budget impasse, starting as early as Friday.
If you’re planning a weekend visit to one of Minnesota’s historic sites or museums, you’re in luck.
Minnesota Zoo officials say the zoo plans to reopen Sunday after a judge ruled Saturday in favor of the zoo’s petition to remain open during the government shutdown.
When a fire shut down The Nook just before Christmas, the owners and customers immediately looked forward to the reopening. And that happened on Thursday, just five months later.
Portions of Warner/Shepard Road and Jackson Street in St. Paul will reopen at noon Saturday after being closed for about a month due to Mississippi River flooding.
Interstate 94, between Alexandria and Moorhead, Minn. is has reopened to traffic.