The Minnesota Council on Foundations says arts-related giving by corporate, private and family foundations is down 19 percent over the past decade. The main reason for the decrease is the poor economy.
Williams Uptown Pub & Peanut Bar closes indefinitely after shooting
Reports say police have arrested two suspects in the incident.
Woman, 67, beaten to death in 'disturbing scene' in St. Paul home
It's the city's fifth homicide of the year.
A-Rod wears a Packers hat, Minnesotans lose their minds
The Timberwolves co-owner didn't endear himself to his fan base on Saturday night.
Police: Man shoots into crowd at funeral reception in Minneapolis
The shooting happened at a reception following a funeral on Saturday afternoon.
MN COVID patient dies after being transferred to Texas amid ventilator lawsuit
Scott Quiner, of Buffalo, was 55 years old.
Watch: Jimmy Garoppolo says 'F*** the Packers' after playoff win
The 49ers quarterback congratulated Robbie Gould in spectacular fashion.
America dunks on Aaron Rodgers after loss to 49ers
The Packers quarterback was destroyed on social media on Saturday night.
Foligno's OT winner gives Wild fans a happy Hockey Day
A slow start gave way to the Wild's fifth win in the past six games.
Winter weather advisory issued as Saturday snow arrives
Not huge totals expected, but any snow will likely impact travel.
Report: Ryan Poles is Vikings' 'top choice' for general manager
Poles was one of two finalists revealed on Friday.
Willis carries shorthanded Gophers to beat Rutgers
The senior scored a career-high 32 points to end a four-game losing streak.
Charges: St. Paul man had sexual contact 'multiple times' with 12-year-old girl
Marcus Steichen, 21, is charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct.
Report: Charitable giving rises in Minnesota
A report released by the Minnesota Council on Foundations this week released its Giving in Minnesota finds that giving by individuals, foundations and corporate giving programs totaled $5.2 billion for the 2010 research year, up 2.6 percent over a study in 2009.
Judge rules OccupyMN can have signs, but still no tents
The protesters filed a lawsuit against the county earlier this week -- saying rules against tents or posting signs are unconstitutional. The county argues its restrictions are reasonable, saying no group has a First Amendment right to use the plaza as a private campground.
Minneapolis Institute of Arts to return ancient vase to Italy
It’s been a staple at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts since 1983. But a recent investigation by the Italian government reveals the vase was looted from an ancient grave.
Walker Art Center hosts Internet cat video festival
Would you watch Internet cat videos if you aren't wasting time at work? The Walker Art Center is betting that lots of people will and is now taking nominations for what might be the first Internet cat video film festival ever. What's your favorite?
Exhibit looks at intersection of art, sport
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts has opened a new exhibit called simply the “Sports Show.” The exhibit looks at the most influential artworks about sports on art over the last century. It also includes a special companion exhibit focused solely on art related to local Minnesota sports teams.
Twin Cities job training nonprofit wins $50K grant
Twin Cities Rise, which trains unemployed and underemployed people for better jobs, has been awarded a $50,000 grant from the eBay Foundation.
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