It’s estimated that in the Anoka-Hennepin School district, more than 500 of the county’s youth spend their nights without a secure place to call home.
An admission of guilt in the disappearance and death of a Wright County man will send Robert Nuttall to prison for 20 years. Nuttall pleaded guilty Friday to felony unintentional murder of Rossing, who disappeared in August of 2014 near Howard Lake.
One of Minnesota’s best-known hardware, farm supply and sporting goods stores is up for sale. Brainerd-based Mill’s Fleet Farm has announced the company’s sale plan is the only path to its future growth.
Thousands of teamster truck drivers and retirees are getting some terrible news in the mail. They’ve been told to brace for huge cuts in their monthly pension benefits.
A Golden Valley man will serve the maximum time in prison for causing a drunk driving crash that killed a young Minneapolis couple.
Police are searching for a suspect they believe shot two people in a Chaska home late Thursday night.
A Chanhassen teenager has been found in a marsh after his father tracked his phone to a regional park Sunday, according to the Carver County Sheriff’s Office.
As drones become more widely used in everyday life, one state agency is taking these unmanned aerial vehicles to new heights. The Minnesota Department of Transportation is studying how drones can make all of us safer by looking for defects in bridges.
Three former University of Minnesota Duluth coaches are expected to announce a lawsuit against the school on Monday claiming discrimination. Former Bulldogs women’s hockey coach Shannon Miller, former softball coach Jen Banford and former women’s basketball coach Annette Wiles have all been given the green light to sue by the U.S. Department of Justice.
In the vast open prairie of Minneopa State Park, a once plentiful animal will soon graze the lush grasses again.
Sun Country Airlines and its pilots say they’ve finally reached a tentative agreement on a new contract. The Mendota Heights-based airline and the Air Line Pilots Association have been negotiating for five years and began working with a federal mediator in 2012.
On a sunny fall day, a passing speedboat on Crooked Lake creates a postcard-like setting. It is an opportunity for peaceful recreation without leaving the metro. But the sounds of passing speedboats caused some homeowners to fear losing their shoreline during the summer of 2014.
Anyone who has ever paddled through the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness knows just how fortunate we are to have it in our backyard. A couple of adventurers from Grand Marais know that too, and they are about to spend an entire year exploring the BWCA’s woods and waters.
Once again, a toddler is fighting for his life after an alleged beating at the hands of an adult. Braydon Decker was discovered unresponsive Tuesday afternoon in Monticello and rushed to the local hospital with a traumatic brain injury.
It’s been a rough couple of years for tens of thousands of workers at Twin Cities-based Target Corporation.
As a stiff, southern breeze shimmers a ripening field of soybeans, fall harvest cannot be far behind. This summer’s growing season is about as close to perfect as it gets for grain farmers like Bruce Peterson of Northfield.
The son and alleged co-conspirator of the man who headed Community Action Minneapolis made his initial appearance in federal court Friday.
Opponents of an oil pipeline from Canada to Duluth-Superior had their day in federal court in Minneapolis Thursday, arguing that the State Department should limit the expansion project.
The firings of four top executives at Starkey Hearing Technologies in Eden Prairie has employees wondering what’s going on.
A 30-year-old St. Paul man is in the hospital in critical condition after he was shot while intervening in a robbery in St. Paul Wednesday night, according to police.
After a number of recent derailments, including spills and explosions, a panel headed by Minnesota Senator Al Franken convened in Minneapolis Wednesday to hear ideas for preventing and preparing for such disasters.
If you bought groceries last Friday at Cub Foods using an electronic transaction, you may want to take a close look at your bank account.
A Twin Cities food giant is attracting world attention not for what it puts on tables, but into the air.
Traffic disruptions and loud messages aren’t the only things memorable about Saturday’s Black Lives Matter march to the gates of the Minnesota State Fair. One of the chants heard from protesters is being called “disgusting” by rank and file St. Paul Police officers.
Several citations were issued for illegal gill nets and ricing without a license. Chippewa band members are out to test the validity of their off-reservation hunting, fishing and harvesting rights.