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A program developed in Minnesota to provide fast-track training for skilled manufacturing jobs is getting a national roll-out.
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Three airlines are competing for two gates at Dallas Love Field , and a new route to Minneapolis could be in play.
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The Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office has identified the man who was found shot in North Minneapolis and later died over the weekend.
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The music video for Lizzo's "Faded" dropped last Friday. A few months ago, I was invited by Lizzo to be a part of the shoot.
Lois Swenson, 76, was found dead inside her north Minneapolis home in June of 2012.
The blind auditions continued on NBC's "The Voice" Monday night with a local rocker kicking off the show on an impressive note.
Minneapolis might be known as the "City of Lakes," but it seemed more like the city of puddles on Monday.
Eric "Biggz" Wasson provides security at Bunkers Music Bar & Grill in the North Loop of Minneapolis, photographed on Sunday, March 9, 2014.
The online university is also offering a new $10,000 grant for students who are affiliated with the military and who enroll in any business or IT doctoral degree program )--As part of its ongoing effort to make higher education more affordable, Capella University , a regionally accredited online university * that offers online degree programs ... (more)
A remote-controlled orgasm machine developed by a North Carolina surgeon named Stuart Meloy will reportedly be tested later this year by Minneapolis-based Metronic.
"FUNKNROLL." That's the title of a new song Prince debuted last week. And it's an obvious prophesy his path and that of recently funked-up indie-rock heroes Arcade Fire could not remain uncrossed for long.
If you're planning to demolish a home in Linden Hills, Fulton or several other Minneapolis neighborhoods, City Council Member Linea Palmisano just took away your wrecking ball.
A man died in south Minneapolis after suffering from apparent gunshot wounds late Saturday night and police are looking for the suspect.
Michael Griffin remains a patrol officer in the Fourth Precinct on the city's North Side even after two lawsuits were filed against him for police brutality.
The Good Samaritan who helped a Minneapolis man after he had a seizure while driving is humbled by all of the attention he has received.
The Minnesota State Patrol identified the men who died as Payton Ryan Adams, 17, of Sleepy Eye; John D. Mangen, 18, of Fairfax; Caleb B. Quesenberry, 17, of St. Peter; and Tyler S. Hadley, 20, of Sleepy Eye.
Around 10 p.m., Minneapolis police said they received a report that multiple gunshots had been fired on the 2700 block of Longfellow Avenue S., which is southwest of Hiawatha Avenue and E. 26th Street.