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A Ramsey County judge has ruled that an alleged sexual abuse victim's nuisance claims against the Catholic Church may proceed.
The Minneapolis City Council decided Tuesday it will grant the privately-owned Midtown Global Market in south Minneapolis a public bail out.
A Minneapolis City Council committee gave an initial OK to forgive debt on a city loan to the struggling Midtown Global Market.
The buildings, at 9350 and 9380 Excelsior Boulevard, are each seven stories and part of a three-building campus Cargill occupies called Excelsior Crossings.
A 15-year-old proposal to build a golf-focused athletic facility atop a downtown Minneapolis parking ramp received an initial green light from the City Council Tuesday.
A plan to reconstruct Minnehaha Avenue moved forward at City Hall with some new amenities for bicyclists, though not the protected bike lanes some had requested.
Plans are coming together to put the top floor of the gargantuan Ramp A/Hawthorne Transportation Center building near Target Center to very productive use.
Police said homeowners in the Third Precinct should keep an extra eye out for suspicious activity.
A car slid into a city lightpost on Grand Avenue near Snelling during last week's snowfall in St. Paul.
The city has 12 bars per 10,000 residents, more per capita than any other city in the nation, according to a new tally by a business data collection group.
The Minneapolis public schools have a dilemma . Minneapolis currently has seven high schools spread across three attendance zones.
Milken Educator Award winner Natalie Rasmussen taught at Minneapolis North High for 20 years, including the Summatech years.
Randy Hobbs of Minneapolis does beautiful remodel projects in the state of Minnesota.
With an insider's eye, Hot Dish tracks the tastiest bits of Minnesota's political scene and keep you up-to-date on those elected to serve you.
Cemented in the bluffs of Eden Prairie, Minnesota, outside of Minneapolis, the Tap has been selling burgers since 1958, but it's far older than that.