In St. Paul’s Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood, overlooking Interstate 35E and University Avenue, is Rivoli Bluff, a sustainable redevelopment that’s replaced a building that had been an eyesore.
At Monday’s sentencing, Natalia Karia explained that she was suicidal in the weeks leading up to the event.
For 100 nights, from Memorial Day through Labor Day, Gettysburg picks a different bugler to perform each night.
Sanders is currently at First Avenue in Minneapolis for one of two rallies today.
Mora was ground zero, where residents awoke to rain gauges overflowing. Inches of rain washed out culverts, overflowed roads and caught motorists off guard.
Over the years, pilot Darryl Fischer’s foundation has taken more than 1,500 seniors, mostly World War II and Korean veterans, on the flights.
The stolen van has Minnesota license plate VP3245, it is white in color and has a number 27 TSE sticker visible in the rear window.
“The decision was easy; anyone who saw that footage that morning would have made the same decision that I did.”
For the next 6 weeks, many St. Paul residents just might be getting a knock on the door from school teachers and administrators.
As the last of the 140 black engraved panels snapped into place Wednesday, the true cost of the Vietnam War came alive in St. Paul.
The Minnesota Department of Health has a pilot program that installs radon mitigation systems for homeowners in dire need.
Several roads are washed out or flooded in central Minnesota and northern Wisconsin after weekend storms dumped up to a foot of rain in some areas.
St. Croix Meadows is being torn down to make way for a $175-$225 million mixed-use development.
A 27-year-old Richfield man is accused of running over two children in a park while he was fleeing police, according to charges filed in Hennepin County.
The driver of a Ford Expedition, 27-year-old Kabaar Powell of Richfield, was attempting to outrun two Minnesota State Troopers.
The Centers for Disease Control found suicide rates have increased 30 percent over the last two decades across the country.
A report found, in police stings involving small amounts of marijuana almost exclusively, almost every single person arrested was black.
Minnesota’s suicide crisis hotline is preparing to shut down at the end of the month following financial shortfalls.
A 98-year-old woman died and her husband was hurt after the two fell in their south metro home and were stuck there for days.
Fort Snelling National Cemetery’s Memorial Rifle Squad provides full honors at any burial, large or small, and in any weather.
A powerful thunderstorm cell swept in from Iowa and caught Freeborn County residents by surprise, killing thousands of baby turkeys.
There will be more than airplanes taking to the runway today at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
For 73 years, the Dutch people have been caring for these American graves — a commitment to caretaking that gets handed down between generations.
The extremely late spring has boat and dock service crews working sunup to sundown.
One of the most photographed and visited sites in the Twin Cities is in need of big repairs.