Florence expected to become hurricane and head to southeast U.S. by later in the week.
18 are killed as plane crashes into lake in South Sudan.
A conservation group says it found the bodies of 87 elephants and claims that poaching for tusks is going on in Botswana, which had been called "Africa's last Eden."
Poignant letters from a homesick St. Peter girl detail life in a Minnesota TB sanatorium almost 75 years ago.
Countries are slashing their greenhouse-gas emissions by "outsourcing" pollution via importing steel and cement.
Canada's legalizing recreational marijuana in October. In November, North Dakota voters will decide whether to follow suit. So, Jennifer Brooks ask, what happens in Minnesota when pot's legal next door?
The city of Minneapolis wants you to stop driving to the grocery store and for other routine errands that planners are contributing in a big way to Minneapolis’ struggle to reduce its environmental footprint.
Over 46 years, Guthrie Theater's retiring "Prop God" Linus Vlatkovich has made everything from sofas to a Rolls-Royce.
Sepak takraw – "kick volleyball" – courts open in St. Paul with gravity-defying moves and ceremony.
With fewer than 60 days to go, a key question has emerged in the U.S. Senate race between Democratic incumbent Tina Smith and GOP state Sen. Karin Housley: Will national Republican money come in?
Can a new owner save Pipestone's Historic Calumet Inn, almost condemned by the city due to a crumbling facade?
The Dallas man killed by a police officer who thought his apartment was hers is called "a great Christian example." City officials call it a "very serious situation."
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