St. Paul-based Metropolitan State University celebrates its 40th year and aims to expand in the Minneapolis suburbs.
Car hits deer, bursts into flames on highway in Isanti County
Witnesses helped the driver at the scene.
Ramsey County sends out ballots with deceased candidate on it
The county said it's addressing the issue with the Minnesota Supreme Court.
New haunted house experience coming to Inver Grove Heights
The exhibit will feature family-friendly and 18+ events.
Gallery: A look at the under construction Highland Bridge development
Take a look around the development.
Niche rankings identify best Minnesota schools, districts
Eden Prairie has schools ranked in both the private and public categories.
Walker, The Current announce end of Rock the Garden festival
The Walker Art Center and Minnesota Public Radio announced the festival will retire so the organizations can dream up new events.
Able Seedhouse + Brewery in NE Minneapolis to close
The brewery and its onsite food truck, Animales Burger Co., will both be open for their last day on Saturday.
Police investigate spate of car break-ins on south Lake Minnetonka shore
The South Lake Minnetonka Police Department received reports that cars in Shorewood and Excelsior were broken into Tuesday morning.
1 dead, 3 injured in crash involving tractor and SUV
The man driving the tractor was killed in the crash.
Man, woman, two dogs found dead at Becker County home
The incident is under investigation.
U of M gives some students 50% off meals for September after complaints
Students have complained about an array of issues surrounding dining halls.
Gallery: Sprawling estate near Superior National Forest listed for $2.9M
The property has been in the same family for over 60 years.
Audit finds overcharges and underpayments at Metro State University
The Minnesota Legislative Auditor found a series of bookkeeping and financial mistakes at the St. Paul university. Metro State's president says turnovers and vacancies in the financial and human resources offices have left staff stretched thin.
Metro Transit looks for new chief
The Metropolitan Council is getting closer to finding a new Metro Transit police chief. A.J. Olson has been serving as acting chief since former police chief David Indrehus retired several months ago. The Metropolitan Council said screenings and oral exams have been completed.
Granite City to expand Cadillac Ranch restaurants line
St. Louis Park-based Granite City Food & Brewery announced Monday that it obtained $6.5 million in a stock for cash transaction that will allow it to expand its Cadillac Ranch American cuisine line of restaurants.
U of M wants $170M from state
A formal request from the University of Minnesota regents will ask the state Legislature for $170 million. The money will be spent on building and renovation projects. The U of M plans to contribute nearly $40 million in addition to the state funding for a university budget of $209 million.
Capella U works to turn around flagging grades
Once among the hottest startups in town, the online university today is struggling with declining enrollment and new competition. The company's chief exec tells the Star Tribune the school has a new strategy, which includes changes in how it recruits, retains and supports students.
2 Metro Transit hybrid-electric buses debut at State Fair
Metro Transit rolled out a pair of hybrid-electric public transit buses at the Minnesota State Fair Friday, which will serve Minneapolis and surrounding communities. The buses -- which mark a first in the U.S. transit industry -- were funded by a $1.2 million federal grant and were built in-state.
Bemis to close two metro plants, eliminate jobs
Packaging company Bemis will close its St. Louis Park facility at the end of August or early September and its Minneapolis facility near the University of Minnesota will likely close by the end of the year, the company has reported. About 160 employees will be laid off.
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