As they arrived at a festival that just three months ago was in danger of being called off for a second year in a row, fans at the Twin Cities Summer Jam in Shakopee appeared unusually happy just worrying about the usual old concerns: heat advisories, long beer lines, bathroom cleanliness.
Smoky air blowing into the state from wildfires scorching Canada and the western U.S. is making it hard for many Minnesotans to breathe and elevating health risks for those with underlying conditions such as asthma, COPD and allergies. Even people in good health are experiencing watery eyes, stuffy noses, and coughing and sneezing brought on by several days of poor air quality.
A day after the Angels announced All-Star Shohei Ohtani would not pitch at Target Field in the teams' four-game series, Ohtani was out of the lineup Friday altogether as the Twins came back to beat the Angels 5-4.
The Justice Department has decided not to open a civil rights investigation into government-run nursing homes in New York over their COVID-19 response, according to a letter sent to several Republican members of Congress.
Former refugees' St. Cloud startup fosters sober living and independence.
Plan ahead for your weekend with the help of our Taste team, who share the 5 best things they ate in the Twin Cities area this week.
Just under four years ago, brothers Joesley and Wesley Batista were in Brazilian prison cells. Today, they're not only free men but their company, JBS, is worth three times what it was then, operates in 20 countries and controls a quarter of U.S. beef processing.
A 19-year-old Minneapolis woman died early Thursday when a car in which she was riding went off the road in St. Paul.
More than half a million Minnesotans will continue receiving emergency food assistance benefits despite the expiration of the state's peacetime emergency, thanks to an agreement between state and federal officials.
Health officials increasingly think that vulnerable populations will need COVID-19 booster shots.
President Joe Biden's hope of seeing a bipartisan infrastructure bill land on his desk is facing the stops and starts of trying to make progress in Congress.
Butler Square has received its first major update since 1980.
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