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With more than 45,000 jobs created last year, one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country, and a projected budget surplus of more than $800 million, Minnesota's economy is heading in the right direction.
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Joel Karsten has found a way to jump-start spring. Although he does have to wait for the snowbanks to melt just like the rest of us, the University of Minnesota horticulture grad whose claims to fame include coining the Jesse Ventura-era phrase "Our governor can beat up your governor" is first on the block to produce ripe tomatoes.
There's a new effort underway to combat bullying. This time it comes in the form of a bill that Louisiana state lawmakers could soon consider down in Baton Rouge.
Northrop at the University of Minnesota reopens on April 4, 8:00 pm with its Northrop Inside Out Grand Reopening Gala.
Minnesota has a popular teacher bonus program and a new teacher evaluation law educators insist needs dedicated funding to work properly -- how the two will co-exists has long been in question.
Join beef breeders from across the Midwest this March 13, 14, and 15 at the Minnesota Beef Showcase.
MINNEAPOLIS - A former University of Minnesota basketball star is suing police over his arrest in Robbinsdale.
The two-week trip that Allen Yang made to southeast Asia two years ago with a St. Cloud State University study abroad program was a homecoming of sorts.
The University of Minnesota will redouble its efforts to recruit students of color and ensure student safety, university President Eric Kaler said Thursday.
Wild rice is sacred in American Indian cultures, and as a member of the Ojibwe nation, I have harvested this rice by canoe on lakes in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Craig Gleason, a youth and family counselor in Minneapolis at the Bridge for Youth, took a call after the line was back in business at its regular number.
Guess Ready Review, a new collaborative group of artists assembled by City Pages' 2012 Artist of the Year Kate Casanova, reveals a glimpse of what they've been up to in an exhibit currently on view at Kolman & Pryor Gallery.
Property description: The five-story EastRiver Apartments, just a block from Mississippi River Boulevard, sits on a quarter-acre lot at Marshall and Otis avenues in St. Paul's Merriam Park.
Cheryl Strayed, a New York Times best seller and author of "Wild," spoke about losing loved ones and self-discovery in a talk on campus Wednesday.
Working while walking apparently pays off, and not just for health, according to a new University of Minnesota study.
Urging a partner to diet may seem like a supportive thing to do, but a new study finds it can trigger unhealthy habits such as fasting and taking diet pills -- measures that can then lead to severe eating disorders.