Two gang members are going to prison for a long time after pleading guilty to a string of crimes against rivals.
With a giant lunker for a roadside landmark, Mille Lacs got its reputation as a walleye factory. But Thursday — it’s all about the bass!
In Minneapolis on Wednesday, protesters gathered outside Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s office voiced their opposition to the deportations. They held signs. Some raised by children read: “Keep my dad home.”
Minnesotans are voicing their opposition to an oil pipeline now under construction in North Dakota.
Walleye anglers take note — a just released study in the Badger state predicts trouble on the horizon.
Elk River fire chief John Cunningham needs look only at the photographs on his office wall to feel the flood of emotions.
Newly released documents show more details about the investigation into Jacob Wetterling’s disappearance, and what authorities were specifically looking for.
Bruce Bechtold was a rookie Stearns County Deputy on the October night when Jacob Wetterling was abducted in 1989.
The remains of Jacob Wetterling were found in a rural area of Stearns County — a farm field 20 miles from where Jacob was abducted and just a mile and half from where Danny Heinrich lived in 1989.
Whether you’re a fan, fair-goer or everyday commuter, getting around the Twin Cities Thursday evening will test your patience.
The Minnesota Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday about whether a $15 minimum wage question should be on the city of Minneapolis ballot in November.
A Michigan man was charged Monday in connection with the crash that killed two of his fellow firefighters on Saturday.
Zachary Todd Anderson, 25, is now charged with the kidnapping, sexual assault and killing of 5-year-old Alanya Ertl.
We’re learning more about the man charged with Alayna Ertl’s kidnapping and murder.
“I couldn’t sleep Saturday night, just thought about it,” said Craig Speldrick, who lives inside the Wilderness Park Private Estates, where 5-year-old Alayna Ertl’s body was found on Saturday.
After leaving Liberia and starting a family in Minnesota, Jonathan and Princess Smith feel truly blessed. And now, more than ever, after a very close call with a silent killer.
Donald Trump is in Minneapolis Friday night, marking his first trip to Minnesota since announcing his candidacy.
A Cambridge mother is making an emotional plea against drinking and driving drunk.
Animal control officials say the fox that reportedly bit a woman in Minneapolis Tuesday has been captured.
Police in Salt Lake City say they found a van connected to a suspicious death in Eden Prairie.
Crash investigators are working to identify the vehicle and driver who killed a young Belle Plaine father and then fled the scene.
More fishing, and warmer July temperatures, have caused the state to exceed its walleye harvest limits on Mille Lacs Lake. But instead of triggering an immediate closure on the troubled lake, the state says fishing will continue.
From the cab of a semi, Bill Krouse has logged more than 2 million accident-free miles. Taught by his truck driving father, he hopes to crown his own career, training on a course set up by his employer, YRC Freight in Burnsville.
Delta passengers are encountering long lines at airports worldwide Monday morning after a computer outage grounded flights.
Reviews are in on the first sporting event at the new U.S. Bank Stadium, where 64,000 soccer fans largely roared their approval.