A new group, Minnesotans for Responsible Marijuana Regulation, is hoping to build a statewide coalition in support of legislation to legalize recreational use.
New Stearns County Sheriff Steve Soyka, who started his new job last week, is the first new sheriff in the central Minnesota county in 16 years.
A 70 percent marginal tax rate? Sweden already has it.
A long-vacant northeast Minneapolis house gets transformed into a hot property.
Historian battles the "legend" of a surveyor's error in creating Minnesota's Northwest Angle.
For a diverse new generation, poetry is a "growth industry," with more people are reading and buying, thanks to social media.
Who is Jake Thomas Patterson, the murder and kidnapping suspect in the Jayme Closs case?
Train porter John Blair risked his life to save others during the deadly Hinckley fire of 1894.
Wolves interim coach Ryan Saunders has spent his life pushing toward becoming an NBA head coach. Follow along with tonight's game vs. New Orleans here.
Jayme Closs’ dramatic homecoming thrilled her Wisconsin community. But for the 13-year-old, her escape from captivity also means a private struggle to come to terms with a life forever changed.
Whether it's Gandhi, Ginsburg or Dick Cheney, Hollywood biopics usually get it wrong.
Jayme Closs' spirit is a lesson to us all, Jennifer Brooks writes, because we didn't find Jayme, she found us.
With only 661 days until the 2020 election, Minnesota activists in both major parties are busy doing postmortems on 2018, preparing for municipal elections this year and gearing up for the big races in two years.
Pet stores such as Four Paws and a Tail in Blaine that deal in dogs and cats are a rarity, amid the rise in online pet sales and mounting animal welfare concerns.
Afraid of losing federal funding, suburban officials from Apple Valley to St. Louis Park are drawing up plans to ensure better accessibility for all.
In the latest effort to protect wild rice from pollution, the Minnesota Legislature is being asked to create a special “stewardship council” that could resolve a stubborn impasse. At the same time, scientists working for Minnesota’s American Indian tribes has issued a separate set of recommendations.
Tom Bakk, the Minnesota Senate minority leader, is making sure he keeps his seat at the table.
A boisterous crowd of more than 1,000 supporters, along with a handful of protesters, packed into a ballroom at the Minneapolis Convention Center for a public celebration of Gov. Tim Walz's inauguration.
In a fair basketball world, Cheryl Reeve would be Wolves' pick, Jim Souhan writes, adding that her championship résumé deserves consideration from the NBA.
A show within a show: Gophers wrestler Gable Steveson, from Apple Valley, can turn any match into an event.
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