Mark Best, a 64-year-old St. Louis Park man, was hit by a bus Friday evening in downtown Minneapolis.
About 800 to 1,000 trees could be cut down to help with a water quality improvement project in the Bassett Creek watershed.
Liz Ogren, who started Pedal and Roll for Parkinson's in 2011, will be given a "local hero" award from the Davis Phinney Foundation on Saturday.
The Edina city council voted 3-2 to invoke eminent domain for the first time in a decade and condemn the Hooten Dry Cleaning business.
The hospital's new emergency center is scheduled to open in summer 2015.
The frozen yogurt shop will be giving the first 50 people in line free yogurt for a year.
After the passage of the 2013 Education Finance Bill in May, the staff and school board in ISD 885 has been exploring how all-day kindergarten could work in the district.
Shakopee could gain another 12,000 people by 2040.
When most people think of school cafeterias, they’re more apt to think of sloppy joes than homemade pickles. But Hopkins cooks are in the process of changing that stereotype.
Winton is one of more than 30 candidates for R.T. Rybak's seat.
For most people, the Maple Grove Farmers Market is known for its ample selection of fruits and vegetables grown around Minnesota. Yet fruits and vegetables are far from the only offering at the market.
Lots of dogs opted to participate with their human companions in the annual festival. Here's the first installment of photographs documenting the phenomenon.
Plenty of opportunities for helping out the community are happening this fall, what would you like to do?