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Minneapolis' two train stations met very different fates in the 1970s.
For part of the 20th century, Ford Motor Co. relied heavily on sand mined from beneath its plant in St. Paul to make windows for its cars.
Political committee aims to replace the department with an entity focused on public health.
City planners argued against allowing the razing of 21 N. Washington Av.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist is on its last legs after years of neglect. But the city won't let owners raze it.
State regulators who have fought to reduce landfilling in the metro area must now decide whether to allow more of it.
We visited Minneapolis' drinking water treatment facility to understand the complex process that makes river water safe to drink.
Crews began clearing Minnehaha Park on Tuesday morning, but a handful of residents left have more time to find other shelter.
The property is a vestige of the city's redevelopment of the former "skid row" area.
Hours after 23-year-old Dolal Idd was laid to rest in a Burnsville cemetery, his mother and older sister gathered with female family members and friends at an Eden Prairie mosque to grieve.