A Somali youth development organization in Minnesota announced that it has declined a nearly $500,000 federal counter-extremism grant, citing the political climate under President Donald Trump.
Supporters of President Donald Trump are praising his controversial immigration policy, saying the President is delivering on a campaign promise.
Samira Dahir has not seen her daughter since she was just a few months old.
Since his dramatic collapse and the unexpected announcement of his prostate cancer diagnosis, Gov. Mark Dayton has maintained a rigorous schedule, even traveling Friday to Morris to promote his water quality initiative.
Ten suspended University of Minnesota football players are appealing those suspensions Thursday and Friday in front of a school panel.
Protesters shut down a House committee meeting Tuesday morning after lawmakers approved a bill that would make protesters pay, in some cases, for the costs of policing demonstrations.
Organizers of the largest demonstration in Minnesota history are trying to figure out what is their next move.
While Democrats have been grilling President-elect Donald Trump’s cabinet nominees, few have been as critical as Minnesota Senator Al Franken.
Two Minnesotans with key roles in Donald Trump’s inauguration say to expect a scaled-down, simpler series of events.
Trump supporters from around the country and here in Minnesota are on their way to Washington, D.C., to witness the inauguration.
On Twitter, Rep. Keith Ellison called the president-elect “the bully in Chief.”
The federal government rejected Friday Gov. Mark Dayton’s request for the MNsure enrollment deadline to be extended from Jan. 31 to Feb. 28.
Domestic abuse advocates say a unique partnership with the St. Paul Police Department has led to a dramatic drop in domestic violence calls.
One of the co-authors of this year’s bill is the powerful Minnesota House Speaker, Kurt Daudt.
Daniel Luck says that Friday his German Shepard Sheba ate a piece of bread in the backyard. Following a trip to the vet, the dog threw up what appeared to be rat poison.
As President-elect Donald Trump stands to be inaugurated a week from Friday, congressional leaders on both sides are wondering what kind of a president the flamboyant businessman will be.
“Sportsology” opens Friday and will be on permanent display at the Science Museum of Minnesota in downtown St. Paul.
Hamline University Law Professor Emeritus Joe Daly says this is not “an open and shut case,” as Minnesota is one of 38 states that protects parents exercising beliefs.
The Federal Court of Appeals has reversed a district court ruling on Minnesota’s sex offender program.
An investigation continues into a major security breach at U.S. Bank Stadium Sunday during the Vikings game.
A Wisconsin woman is now charged in a distracted driving crash that killed a young mother from St. Paul.
The U.S. Attorney says they took advantage of Minnesota’s no-fault insurance laws to collect $20 million in fraudulent claims over a number of years.
A new 40,000-square-foot virtual reality arcade is now open at Mall of America.
The effort to have a special session of the Minnesota Legislature collapsed last week. But the regular session of the Minnesota Legislature begins in just two weeks.
The Carver County attorney charged the principal of Chanhassen High School with seven different counts of possessing child pornography Thursday.