Oak Park Heights will vote on whether to clear the way for a new St. Croix bridge.
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Earlier this year, U.S. District Court Judge Donovan Frank issued a partial ruling in the case which supported Antoine Lee’s claim that the officers violated his Fourth Amendment protection against unlawful seizure.
Renowned state historian assigns himself the task of reviewing accounts of the US – Dakota War.
Neighbors in the Longfellow neighborhood of south Minneapolis will
Muslim and Sikh community members will share a meal tomorrow in Minneapolis in the wake of the temple shootings.
This automotive engineer says he’ll drive his Leaf this Saturday to the Polk County Energy Fair in St. Croix Falls to talk about EVs.
Starting Monday, portion of the Midtown Greenway will be closed for construction.
St. Paul puts a one-year moratorium on apartment buildings that have “design features similar to that of ‘dormitory’ style housing” on Grand Ave. between Cretin and Fairview.
The day after Occupy Homes MN activists found out that a bank had offered Coon Rapids homeowners a loan modification, the hip-hop star is hosting an event for a gathering of Occupy activists in north Minneapolis.
Author George Black: Yellowstone’s first superintendent and a Montana vigilante, Nathaniel Pitt Langford of St. Paul MPR’s Dan Olson interviews author George Black Author George Black has a fly fishing obsession, and we are all better informed about a colorful Minnesotan because of it. Black spends lots of hours in the western states’ streams and Read more →