Members of the Twin Cities Somali community will be holding a vigil Monday afternoon to pray for victims and survivors of a terrorist truck bombing in Somalia over the weekend.
The election may be 13 months away, but candidates in the race for governor are staking out their positions in an attempt to stand out in a crowded field.
Medical pot has been legal in Minnesota for more than two years, treating thousands of people and the panel in charge of overseeing the program will consider adding new conditions and diseases to the list.
We could soon learn what motivated a Twin Cities man to set a deadly apartment fire.
The election for Minnesota governor may be 13 months away but the tragic events in Las Vegas are already affecting the debate among some candidates.
A St. Paul Company whose app helps police interact with those with emotional and intellectual disorders is experiencing rapid growth.
The U.S. Supreme Court has denied to hear the Minnesota Sex Offender Program case, effectively supporting a federal appeals court ruling that overturned a decision that the program was unconstitutional.
The state of Minnesota estimates there are 13,000 people of Puerto Rican heritage living here, and for each of them, the catastrophe of Hurricane Maria is personal.
Law enforcement in the east metro say mental illness is a growing crisis in their jails.
Friends and clients of a beloved Richfield Nail Salon owner are expressing anguish over her death.
Motorists are expected to encounter even more construction pain in the Twin Cities as work is now underway on a massive four-year, five-stage construction project on Interstate 35W.
These should be easy times for Republicans in Washington. They control the House, Senate and the White House. But under President Donald Trump, Republicans have been unable to pass key parts of their agenda, most notably a repeal and replacement of Obamacare.
Straight from Minnesota to Washington D.C., Governor Mark Dayton fired off a strongly-worded letter on Tuesday to the Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price.
Minneapolis police say a 21-year-old man has been arrested in connection to a fatal crash in north Minneapolis Sunday morning.
An investigation is underway in Fargo after a 17-year-old boy from the south metro died in a dorm over the weekend on the North Dakota State University campus.
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension announced Tuesday that its investigation into the shooting death of Justine Damond at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer is complete.
Emergency crews are on the scene of a crash involving an Air Force Reserve bus and a semi on Interstate 94 near Monticello.
An agreement is set between ROCORI administrators and students over the school’s controversial policy that would prevent them from displaying flags in the parking lot.
Protesters in Minnesota are expressing their outrage at the president’s decision to rescind DACA.
Hyon (Yahn) Kim is a former University of Minnesota regent who has family still trapped in North Korea.
Reaction to the North Korean test of a hydrogen bomb even surfaced at the Minnesota State Fair.
A tunnel on Interstate 94 near downtown Minneapolis will fully re-open Thursday morning, but will close again at night — just as three sporting events and the Minnesota State Fair empty out.
A new filing in bankruptcy court says a deposit of more than $34,000 was recorded in Denny Hecker’s prison commissary account.
The intense debate surrounding President Donald Trump’s policies is very alive at the Great Minnesota Get-Together.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar and local truckers are joining forces to curb the use of big rigs in human trafficking.