Rybak is in Iowa ahead of the caucuses and dishing out some strong words for Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney. He said the primary is Romney's to lose and anything less than a first-place win would show he couldn't win national support.
Minneapolis Public Schools providing free summer meals, snacks
The summer meal program began Monday.
St. Michael standoff suspect charged, bail set at $10 million
A judge on Monday set the high bail due to "very significant concerns of public safety" regarding Brandon Gardas.
Crisp & Green opening 13th store in Twin Cities in July
The fast-casual salad and grains restaurant has exploded onto the food scene.
Twins to host post-game concert with country star at Target Field
Country singer Cole Swindell is expected to perform for up to 75 minutes after the conclusion of the Blue Jays-Twins contest.
Canton Restaurant closes after nearly 40 years in Burnsville
It's the end of an era in the Twin Cities restaurant world.
Luck strikes in Minnesota: lottery winners in Duluth, Grand Marais
The North Shore just so happened to be a lucky place to be this past weekend.
60-year-old woman arrested after firing shots inside Spicer home
SWAT evacuated nearby residents during the incident.
Florida Georgia Line booked to play at the Minnesota State Fair
The band is the second country music act to be booked this year.
Strib looks at 'Rybak Decade'
It's been exactly 10 years since Raymond Thomas Rybak took over leadership of his hometown. The Star Tribune looks at the highs and lows of Rybak's tenure as he works toward one of his most controversial initiatives to date: using millions in city money to keep the Vikings in Minneapolis.
Rybak to speak at Democratic convention
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak, whose national profile has risen in the past year as a spokesman for the left, said that he will have a speaking role at next month's Democratic National Convention. He is one of five vice chairs of the Democratic National Committee. The DNC begins Sept. 3 in Charlotte, N.C.
Minneapolis awaits plan for fire department in Rybak's new budget
When Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak delivers his budget address Wednesday many will be focused on what he has to say about the fire department. The fire chief and union leader have called for hiring additional firefighters to improve safety and response times. But at least one city council member says the department is doing fine as is and rhetoric to the contrary is only frightening residents.
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