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A new federal database covers speaking fees and other payments in the second half of last year.
After FEMA rejected an appeal for emergency assistance, the state will offer its own aid to Dakota County.
Never one for whimsical or esoteric titles, 73-year-old recording legend Neil Diamond has officially named his 29-city trek the Neil Diamond Tour 2015. Tickets for the April 12 St. Paul show go on sale Oct. 13.
Winona County officials say two people have been taken into custody and one of them has been hospitalized for suspected methamphetamine ingestion following a high-speed chase.
The company says the latest case affects four stores in the East Metro area.
The intruder who climbed a fence made it farther inside the White House than the Secret Service has publicly acknowledged, a Republican congressman said Monday. The disclosures came on the eve of a congressional oversight hearing with the director of the embattled agency assigned to protect the president's life.
MnDOT is asking farmers not to mow a few rows; the stalks reduce snow — and snowplowing.
Doctors see promise in ‘explants’ – taking out devices if patients’ hearts recover enough from damage.
From a food-inspired opera to a Latino radio novella to “The Smallest Museum in St. Paul” in an old fire-hose cabinet, St. Paul will be inundated next year with arts activities after the announcement of Knight Foundation grants.
Victims of the Tom Petters bankruptcy fraud will see more than $60 million from the sale of the company once known as Fingerhut. A trustee says it was the smartest investment Petters made.
Facing intense criticism from parents and patient advocates, the state’s largest psychiatric hospital is preparing to give families much greater say in the treatment of mentally ill patients.
REVIEW: The Purple One drops two new albums Tuesday — the more fully realized and satisfying “PlectrumElectrum” with his female trio, and the one-man band effort “Art Official Age,” which seems to be a concept album that’s a bit unformed.
The rookie QB sat out practice Monday; his coach stayed up all night.
The win-loss math forced GM Terry Ryan to make a move that severed longtime ties. Ryan says he will consider longtime Twins insiders, and candidates that he’s never met, to be the team's next manager.
Safety measures have greatly reduced the losses from apartment fires.
The Minneapolis Police Department will again be featured on the popular A&E reality police series, “The First 48,” which provides a glimpse into the crucial hours after a murder, during which detectives work feverishly to find the killer before the trail goes cold.
Shifts in tax burden and a rebound in housing values will make it “an interesting year” for homeowners.
Abrupt closure of progressive organization comes in the wake of election loss by its founder, Matt Entenza.
The German-based owner of Caribou Coffee tapped the Minnesota executive to lead its expanded business with the $365 million purchase of Einstein Noah.