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There are now reports identifying a second American killed while fighting alongside militant Islamists in Syria.
Spring has sprung, and now we need to update our wardrobes. While Minneapolis-St.
The future of a Twin Cities priest who resigned from his parish over the summer apparently is up in the air after a plan to send him to graduate school was scuttled.
Paul Metropolitan Airports Commission's $274 million subordinate airport revenue refunding bonds, series 2014 A and B. In addition, Fitch affirms MAC's $698.6 million outstanding senior airport revenue bonds at 'AA-' and its $704.6 million outstanding subordinate airport revenue bonds at 'A'.
A divided Minneapolis City Council Transportation and Public Works committee approved plans for the Southwest Light Rail Transit project at a special meeting Wednesday morning.
The former head of the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is now running the investigation into clergy abuse allegations inside the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Following Bob Dylan's successful run of AmericanaramA shows last summer -- which brought him to Midway Stadium for a memorable night last July -- Dylan's never-ending tour rolls on with a series of far more intimate theater shows this fall.
Aubry Walch and Kale Walch prepare their meat-free goods for the Minneapolis Farmers Market.
The Venture pilsener from Bent Paddle in Duluth might seem like a traditional Czech pilsener in style, but it's got a few Minnesota flourishes to set it apart.
Shaina had left her home in south Minneapolis that Saturday, a hot one punctured by rain, and joined her friends for an impromptu race headed north through downtown.
Police had this entrance to the hospital blocked off with yellow crime scene tape around 3:40 p.m. The street was closed between Park Avenue and Chicago Avenue.
Fight Crime: Invest in Kids - a national nonpartisan anti-crime organization of 5,000 police chiefs, sheriffs, prosecutors and crime survivors - honor Hennepin County Sheriff Richard Stanek with Fight Crime's Exemplary Service Award last week during the Early Learning Fellows National Conference of State Legislatures 2014 Annual Summit, in ... (more)
This back-to-school season has been a busy one for the Harvest Network of Schools, as it welcomed 1,355 scholars - the network's largest enrollment since its doors first school opened in 1992.
Bartley Blume, owner of Bent Brewstillery, poses for a photo during opening day for the new taproom in Roseville.
When it comes to homegrown celebrities, Minnesota isn't lacking in any department.
Aug. 25--Hopping off a bus at the Minnesota State Fair's new Transit Hub Sunday was pleasantly disorienting for many riders.
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