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The privately funded plan involves covering two ramps adjacent to Target Center and using the space for athletic facilities, a driving range, a running track and a club house. It is expected to cost upwards of $70 million.
Lawyers seeking documentation of their client’s abuse by a Catholic priest say a Tuesday decision by a Ramsey County District judge will open the “secret documents.”
On paper, there has been little change in the campus crime rate. But the statistics are small consolation to students after a series of brazen crimes on and near campus.
Ted Turner says he's shocked the Braves are moving out of the ballpark named after him in downtown Atlanta.
A federal judge on Tuesday denied a motion for a new trial or acquittal for a Duluth head shop owner and two employees convicted in a major synthetic drug case.
A push is on in Hennepin County to allow sheriff’s deputies to carry an antidote to heroin and other opiates that can be given to someone who is overdosing.
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.
The suspension of a 6-year-old boy for kissing a girl at school is raising questions about whether the peck should be considered sexual harassment.
A poorly timed layer of snow draped the frigid Twin Cities before dawn Tuesday, leaving morning commuters with a second consecutive day of slippery surfaces to negotiate.
or worse — at risk.
Campus and city police forces assured Minnesota lawmakers Tuesday that they've stepped up patrols and security features around Twin Cities-area colleges as a response to brash crimes affecting students.
The annual hipster rock fest outside the Walker will happen June 21-22 with two-day passes available starting in April.
World of Warcraft, other fantasy worlds are overrun by U.S., British intelligence.
Boston University has landed New York Times media columnist David Carr to fill a new endowed chair dedicated to exploring creative business models to support digital journalism.
After a decadelong slide, pulltabs, bingo and other forms of charitable gambling are bouncing back in Minnesota, with gross receipts expected to top $1.1 billion, according to the Minnesota Gambling Control Board.
Armed robber fled without taking anything; crime follows string of armed robberies on and near campus this semester
The world’s most powerful magnet for full-body imaging scans has arrived at the University of Minnesota, where it is expected to attract millions of dollars in research grants and play a significant role in a national project to map the human brain.
The Guthrie saw significant declines in season-ticket and single-ticket sales, which contributed to overall attendance of 375,702, a drop of 50,000 from fiscal 2011-12.
Mayor Chris Coleman, responding to a chorus of complaints about slick and bumpy city streets following last week’s storm, is doubling the city’s use of salt and sand, speeding up the purchase of new trucks and shaking up management of its street maintenance division.
A snowstorm pushed into New England on Tuesday, with the potential to snarl the evening commute, after causing widespread school and government closures in the nation's capital and elsewhere along the Eastern seaboard.