King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia will visit St. Peter to honor the 150th anniversary of Gustavus Adolphus College, then travel to Minneapolis to dedicate a new cultural center at the American Swedish Institute.
Here’s what the Vikings owners say about new GM Kwesi Adofo-Mensah
The Vikings announced his hiring on Wednesday night.
After 3-month delay, newest Twin Cities Raising Cane's opens
The restaurant was originally scheduled to open in October.
Armed man robs Twin Cities thrift store, flees in carjacked pickup
He pulled out a handgun shortly after chatting with the cashier about his scarf.
Gallery: Pagoda-inspired home on Lake Pepin for sale for $2M
The home has 425 feet of private shoreline on the Mississippi River.
Walz proposes legalizing marijuana in massive supplemental budget
It's among the provisions in his "Budget to Move Minnesota Forward."
Photos reveal damage from gunshots to Minneapolis snowplow
A hydraulic line and three tires were damaged in the shooting.
Minneapolis schools confirm return to in-person teaching Monday
The school district shifted to online learning almost two weeks ago as rising COVID cases led to staff and bus driver shortages.
Mineral leases for proposed Twin Metals mine near Boundary Waters canceled
A review by the DOI found "significant legal deficiencies" with the leases' 2019 renewal.
Reward to find person who left kittens to die in freezing WI cold
The cats were thrown from a vehicle, according to a witness.
Charges: Man led police on multi-city pursuit in stolen Metro Mobility bus
The bus had been left unattended with the keys inside when it was stolen.
Charges: Man fatally shot mother of his child during argument
Officers found her on the ground outside the couple's home.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, January 26
More than 15,000 new cases in today's update.
King, queen of Norway draw crowds by the hundreds in Duluth
King Harald V followed his father's footsteps as he and Queen Sonja participated in a rededication ceremony for Enger Tower.
American Swedish Institute wants to make Stephen Colbert its tweetmeister
Comedian Stephen Colbert has been urging Sweden to turn its Twitter account over to him for a week. No bites from Stockholm yet. He got one from Minneapolis, though. The American Swedish Institute, located in the Mill City, wants to let Colbert manage its tweets for a week leading up to the opening of a new cultural center.
8 months of preparation go into Norwegian royalty's 4 hour Duluth visit
The city should be well-prepared for the Monday afternoon events involving King Harald V and Queen Sonja. The schedule includes a re-dedication of the refurbished Enger Tower, which was first dedicated by King Harald's father in 1939.
Twin Cities Juneteenth celebration draws thousands
Thousands of people gathered Saturday at the annual Juneteenth celebration at North Mississippi Regional Park in the Twin Cities. Juneteenth, celebrated nationwide, commemorates June 19, 1865, the day slaves in Galveston, Texas, learned they were free.
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