Hennepin County is hosting their third annual South Metro Job Fair at the Mall of America rotunda on Wednesday.
For weeks, everyone has been talking about the possible Minnesota government shutdown on July 1. For most, a shutdown would be an inconvenience. For some, it would be the loss of a job. But for some families, a shutdown means separation.
Though residential construction is at its lowest level in decades, one development company has plans to build 208 new houses in the metro’s inner-ring this year.
Whether it’s a regular occurrence or something their trying out for the first time this week, hundreds of Minnesotans are taking part in Bike Walk to Work Day.
A Coon Rapids High School senior won a nice chunk of change after acing the eighth hole at Majestic Oaks in Ham Lake but as a result his high school golf career is over.
Move over food guide pyramid and make way for the “My Plate.” The USDA recently revealed their new food nutrition symbol to help encourage healthy eating.
A new building has been built near the VA Medical Center in Minneapolis to help military ad veterans’ families in their time of need.
The Minneapolis Convention Center will be filled with millions upon millions of those small multicolored bricks many of us grew up with as the LEGO KidsFest makes its Minnesota debut this weekend.
A recent study shows workplace distractions cost the average large white-collar company more than $10 million per year.
Instead of spending the first half of recess picking teams and deciding on which game to play, students in one metro school district get right to the fun.
Postal workers in the metro area are collecting donations Saturday as part of the 19th annual National Association of Letter Carrier’s Stamp Out Hunger food drive.
The career fair takes place at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Minneapolis on Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
A legendary performer, best known for her roles in “The Sound of Music” and “Mary Poppins” will be making a stop in Golden Valley on Thursday.
Twenty-one area lakes have received an “A” grade from the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District.