Dayton Vetoes Bill To Stiffen Highway Protest PenaltiesRepublicans argued it was necessary to protect public safety. But Dayton vetoed the legislation Saturday night.
Compromise Talks Stall Out, Dayton Vetoes BillsWith the clock ticking down on the 2018 legislative session, the Minnesota Legislature looks like it is heading towards "crash and burn."
Rep. Jason Lewis Holds 3 Town Hall MeetingsThe Minnesota Republican answered questions about taxes, and also commented on other pressing issues, like gun violence.
Boy With Autism Left Alone On School Bus For HoursMiles had been strapped into his seat on the bus all day, and he wasn't discovered until 2 p.m. He'd gotten on the bus at 8:20 a.m.
Estimated 200 Homeless Use LRT For Shelter NightlyMetro Transit Police Chief John Harrington tells Minnesota Public Radio that the problem has been getting worse since he started the position in 2012.
Gun Control Proponents Gather At Capitol As Season Nears EndMore than a hundred Minnesotans stood on the State Capitol steps Saturday demanding gun law reform.
Minnesota Lawmakers' To-Do List Is Long, But Time Is ShortMinnesota lawmakers are in the homestretch, facing a lengthy to-do list and less than two days to finish their work.
Hundreds Celebrate Royal Wedding At Mpls. PubHundreds woke up early to head to the royal wedding watch party at Brit's Pub in downtown Minneapolis.
Vigil Held For Plymouth Boy Killed In Accidental ShootingA Twin Cities community is remembering a young boy who died while playing with a gun.
Slain Paynesville Man, 93, Honored For His Ping-Pong ProwessA 93-year-old Paynesville man, who was killed earlier this spring, was honored Friday evening in a special way.
2 Charged In Firefighter's Fatal Beating Outside BarOfficials charged Troy Traut and Jacob Larson each with first-degree manslaughter and fifth-degree assault.
DNR Develops Online App To Track Bear SightingsEarlier this month, the DNR developed an online tool that allows people who see bears to record their findings.