TCF Bank Stadium may host an outdoor National Hockey League game as soon as next year.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman toured both the University of Minnesota’s football facility and Target Field on Monday to scout locations for an outdoor Minnesota Wild game next season, the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal reported.
General Mills Inc. announced Friday that 111 homes in the Southeast Como neighborhood need ventilation systems to remove toxic vapors.
State health officials notified residents in November that toxic trichloroethylene, or TCE, was seeping into their homes after the food manufacturer dumped the chemical into the soil decades ago, the Minnesota
Russian troops moved into Crimea on Saturday to protect Russian interests in Ukraine, according to news sources, a move President Barack Obama advised against Friday.
The Russian parliament gave President Vladimir Putin permission to use military force to protect Russian interests in the area, despite President Barack Obama’s warnings against military intervention, according
The Minneapolis Fire Department and Public Works are working to clear the mountains of snow away from the city’s nearly 8,000 fire hydrants. They can’t do it all, however, and are asking residents’ help in shoveling snow away from hydrants and sidewalks.
The Star Tribune reported pedestrians obstructed by a sidewalk full
A combination of hypothermia and acute alcohol intoxication contributed to the death of a University of Minnesota freshman whose body was found near the Mississippi River in December, WCCO reported Thursday.
According to WCCO, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner determined 19-year-old Jacob Anderson's cause of death last month, and did not
Honeybees and bumblebees may be part of the same family, but their relationship may be harmful, according to a new study.
"The spillover of parasites and pathogens and disease" from managed honeybee hives are affecting wild bumblebees, study author Mark Brown told Fox News.
Bumblebees and honeybees share the flowers they pollinate,
Setting the stage for conflict with Minneapolis officials, the car-sharing business Lyft is scheduled to launch in Minneapolis on Thursday, news sources report.
Through Lyft, regular citizens use their own cars to drive customers where they need to go, Lyft spokeswoman Paige Thelen said. Drivers and passengers coordinate using a mobile app, and customers
State grain may be in danger from high concentrations of a mineral salt that is produced by metal mining and other industrial discharge.
According to the Star Tribune, sulfate has long been associated with inhibiting the growth and production of wild rice and other plants, particularly up north in Minnesota's Iron
A far-reaching Ugandan anti-pornography law banning revealing clothing has triggered protests in the country, according to The Independent.
The ban outlaws cleavage and miniskirts, defined as any clothing that’s revealing above the knee.
Women took to Uganda’s street in protest of the law and recent skirmishes with police. According to BBC, a
A University of Minnesota professor is one of five people to be awarded a quarter of a million dollars Tuesday for improving the world with their work, Kare 11 reported.
Jonathan Foley is a professor and director of the University’s Institute on the Environment and won the award for his environmental
Massive protests led mostly by students across Venezuela have claimed six lives for over a week in the ensuing clashes with security forces, Reuters reported.
The governor of the western state of the Táchira denounced a group of students besieging his residence with rocks, home-made bombs and gunfire on Feb. 6,
The Minnesota Grape Growers Association is hosting an annual conference at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in St. Paul, where leaders of The Northern Grapes Project will speak, on Feb. 20 and 21, according to a University of Minnesota press release.
The Northern Grapes Project is a collaboration between the University and
Caucus goers at Wednesday night’s reconvened event at Coffman Memorial Union will need to show proof of I.D. to participate and new caucus chairs will facilitate the meeting.
After a fight cut short the Ward 6, Precinct 3 caucus Feb. 4, Minnesota DFL officials want to make sure things go more
The student group Co-Lab held their first official event this past Thursday.
Co-Lab was created as a workspace for student entrepreneurs at the University of Minnesota to develop solutions for campus problems. U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) and Rep. Joe Atkins (DFL-Inver Grove Heights), the University Police, and members from the