Minnesota News

Now Minneapolis' top cop, Medaria Arradondo brings useful skills to big task

Aug 18, 2017

As a national debate about race and policing swells, having someone in the chief’s seat who understands both sides is important, observers say.

Minneapolis City Council backs off plastic bag fee

Aug 18, 2017

Mpls. City Council decision means shoppers can still get free paper, plastic bags.

Minnesota weather clouds chances of seeing solar eclipse

Aug 18, 2017

Clouds here, cars there complicate plans for Monday’s viewing.

Woman in coma; husband accused of stabbing her

Aug 18, 2017

He was under no-contact order; children allegedly watched brutal stabbing.

University of Minnesota fraternity adviser suspended after e-mail criticizes rape accusers

Aug 18, 2017

A fraternity quickly suspended an adviser to a local University of Minnesota chapter after an e-mail he sent to members blasting rape accusers became public.

Crystal man pleads guilty to stealing $1.1 million from employer for car hobby

Aug 18, 2017

John Robinson used the money he took from North Central Stamping & Manufacturing to fund his car restoration hobby, authorities say.

'Gateway to Edina,' Morningside neighborhood braces for change

Aug 18, 2017

Anticipated redevelopment at France and 44th has residents debating the area's identity and future.

Retiring Andover farmers struggle to find someone to continue their work

Aug 17, 2017

Andover couple is among many in the metro struggling to find buyers to continue the agricultural work.

Deal for Midway Shopping Center clears way for St. Paul soccer stadium construction

Aug 18, 2017

A portion of the shopping center’s land is needed for soccer stadium construction.

Judge asked to force Hodges to submit Minneapolis budget 'immediately'

Aug 18, 2017

Judge asked to force mayor to file 2018 budget “immediately” for the public’s benefit.