The Army Corps will continue propping up Minnesota Point with channel fill, but foes of the practice dispute the meaning.
The candidates for Crystal mayor share a surname but are divided by a church issue.
About 400,000 Axis prisoners of war captured during World War II were dispatched to 500 camps around the United States. Many Minnesotans are unfamiliar with this episode in history.
Group says such funding is illegal; city plans to increase ballot access amid pandemic.
The victim nearly died of organophosphate poisoning, doctors said.
The nonprofit COVID Exit Strategy website downgraded Minnesota to its lowest "uncontrolled spread" rating of pandemic progress.
Salvation Army launches red kettle campaign early, pivots to focus on online giving during COVID-19 pandemic
The nonprofit is even hoping to push online giving through its annual red kettles with QR codes directing people online.
Home sales hit a 15-year high in Duluth this summer even as inventory hit a 15-year low.
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Six months into the pandemic and six weeks out from the election, we're all adapting, especially those who count votes.
It’s been six months since Mark Graves had to tell anyone to stop running in the halls. And he cannot wait to do it…
Members of the Catholic community are speaking out about the divide and pain they're feeling after a video of a La Crosse priest denouncing Democrats in the church went viral.
Pedro Cabrera Flores, 70, had spent the past eight summers packing green beans into cans in Gillett, Wisconsin. In order to be hired again, he had to complete the season, but, in August, he decided to quit his job because he felt unsafe, he said.
At least several thousand people are expected in Portland, Oregon, on Saturday for a right-wing rally in support of President Donald Trump and his "law and order" reelection campaign as tensions boil over nationwide following the decision not to charge officers in Louisville, Kentucky, for killing Breonna Taylor.
University of St. Thomas discussing what to do about campus building named after a slave-owning bishop
Nineteenth-century Iowa Bishop Mathias Loras oversaw the area that later became Minnesota.
A California artist and fan will create the artwork.
A door-to-door COVID-19 testing survey has been halted due to multiple incidents of residents intimidating and shouting racial and ethnic slurs at state and federal public health survey teams.