The man who died of a gunshot wound suffered Saturday in his North Minneapolis home was identified by authorities Tuesday.
Minnesota has a popular teacher bonus program and a new teacher evaluation law that educators insist needs dedicated funding to work properly. How the two will co-exist has long been in question.
The annual St. Patrick's Day parade in downtown St. Paul will draw thousands of spectators to Fifth Street at noon Monday for what might be the end of a tradition. The parade is not going away, but it might never land on a weekday again.
When a man with a gun walked into the St. Paul bar where Eric Wasson was working as a security guard, it flashed through Wasson's mind that his mother shouldn't lose a second son.
St. Paul is scrapping its plans to relocate the Dorothy Day Center to the edge of the East Side, amid opposition from neighbors, police and elected officials.
Ten men who worked at Minnesota churches and religious organizations are on a list that an international Roman Catholic community released of members facing child sex abuse allegations.
Local artists are invited to submit their work for the first Community Art Show at Park Grove Library in Cottage Grove.
Ken Ford spent countless hours in St. Paul City Hall's council chambers as a former city planner, waiting for his items to come up on the agenda.
It's been almost a year since Zach Sobiech became an Internet sensation shortly before dying of a rare form of bone cancer.
The boyfriend of a St. Paul restaurant owner fired a gun into the air outside the bar to scare away an unwanted customer, according to a criminal complaint filed Monday.
Chipping away at stubborn ice without a coat on?
A man tied up two employees at the Radio Shack store in St. Paul's Highland Park neighborhood, then filled bags with cellphones before he fled, according to charges filed Monday.
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