As of July 1, the state will be legally obligated to move mentally ill offenders out of jails within 48 hours of a judge signing a civil commitment order.
Designed to move people with mental il... More >>
It appears Vikings running back Adrian Peterson doesn't share the same passion for same-sex marriage rights as his recently departed teammate Chris Kluwe.
In a recent interview with the Star Tr... More >>
Whether you grew up in Minneapolis or are currently raising a brood here, the real estate brokerage site ZipRealty has good news: Based on the sweet spot where good public schools meet affordable... More >>
Our STD rate might be on the rise, but at least Minnesota's teens are having safer sex: Between 2007 and 2011, the number of teens giving birth in the state dropped by more than 30 percent.See A... More >>
The Association of Food Journalists named the finalists in its prestigious AFJ Awards yesterday and City Pages was among the honored.City Pages writers Andy Mannix and Mike Mullen are finali... More >>
Today, the National Labor Relations Board announced it has found merit in the wrongful termination case put forth by the Chicago Lake Liquors Five, meaning the NLRB will now represent the fired ... More >>
Today, Public Policy Polling released its end-of-session snapshot of the popularity of Minnesota's elected officials.SEE ALSO: Conservatives upset Mark Dayton missed speech for birth of first gr... More >>
-- Original post from afternoon of May 22; updates at bottom -- One 4th grade student at St. Louis Park's Peter Hobart Elementary School is dead, one remains missing, and two others were taken t... More >>
The group behind the push to legalize gay marriage in Minnesota spent more than $2 million on its Capitol lobbying efforts, according to figures obtained by the Associated Press.
The official d... More >>
John Piper, the recently retired pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis, has made a cottage industry out of attributing natural disasters to God's vindictive will.SEE ALSO: Glenn Beck ... More >>
Yesterday, on orders from the property owner, a demolition crew took out a 124-year-old home at 1925 Park Ave. S. in Minneapolis. But it didn't happen before police were called to deal with Nicol... More >>
The City Pages has made the final cut for three 2013 Association of Alternative Newsmedia awards.We're proud to announce that Reed Fischer's Gimme Noise music blog, last year's "Reinventing the Wh... More >>
In the wake of love becoming the law in Minnesota, the city of St. Paul quickly overhauled its I Do St. Paul website to make it gay friendly.SEE ALSO: Mary Franson wonders whether marriage equal... More >>
Forget complicated Ponzi schemes. The "business people" behind a recent scam at the SuperAmerica in Waconia provided a refresher course in good ol' fashioned fraud.SEE ALSO: Tom Petters, convicted... More >>
-- Original post from afternoon of May 14; update at bottom --Around 6:30 pm. last Friday, 16-year-old Erika Borgstrom texted her mother with a simple message: "I LOVE YOU." Her mother thought sh... More >>
-- Original post from morning of May 21; update at bottom -- A month following his conviction for two counts of felony assault and another count of misdemeanor assault, former Minneapolis SWAT te... More >>
The election is still 18 months away, but Al Franken already holds a commanding lead over all potential challengers, according to a new Public Policy Polling survey.
If the election were to tak... More >>
Target's first-quarter earning report is Best Buy-esque, but the company doesn't think you should attribute that to the ongoing decline of big-box retail. Rather, it's winter's fault!SEE ALSO: Ta... More >>
One of this year's most interesting Minneapolis City Council races is shaping up in the 3rd Ward, where embattled incumbent Diane Hofstede faces a strong challenge from young lawyer Jacob Frey.SE... More >>
:::: UPDATE :::: National Labor Relations Board finds merit with fired Chicago Lakes Liquor workers' caseNearly two months after they were fired, the Chicago Lake Five still expect to return to ... More >>