The person of interest in the Jacob Wetterling case wants his child pornography trial moved out of the Twin Cities. Danny Heinrich is also asking a federal judge to throw out DNA and other evidence.
The increasingly bitter Republican race for the White House could go all the way to the party convention in Cleveland with front-runner Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz scrambling for every single delegate.
An attorney for one of five Minnesota men facing trial for conspiring to support the Islamic State group has been removed from the case after questions surfaced about a member of his trial team.
A deep community divide remains over how the Jamar Clark case has been handled one day after the announcement that two officers involved in his shooting death would not be charged.
Mark Balma, a master portrait painter, completed a work of Cecil the Lion following the big cat’s controversial killing in Zimbabwe last year.
The interim archbishop for St. Paul and Minneapolis has been selected to fill the position on a long-term basis.
Republican presidential candidate John Kasich was in the Twin Cities on Tuesday, and he sharply criticized the president Barack Obama’s handling of the Belgian terror attack.
The continued protests and efforts by some Republican leaders to block Donald Trump from winning the nomination has divided the party across the country and here in Minnesota.
The city of Minneapolis is one step closer to implementing the most sweeping paid sick leave policy in the state. The proposal, which advanced Wednesday out of a city council committee …
The Vikings are seeking to rename the street in front of the soon-to-be completed U.S. Bank Stadium.
Outrage over security lines at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is building. Sen. Al Franken said Thursday he has asked the TSA for more screeners.
If you’ve ever had your credit card information compromised, it may have happened as you were filling your tank.
A Minnesota man accused of tweeting threats to kill a federal judge and FBI agents pleaded guilty Tuesday to a lesser count and was sentenced to three years of probation by a judge who advised him to think before he posts.
It’s a contest that has become so bitter that Republicans are concerned it could not only cost the party the White House, but affect Congressional and even state house elections.
Bernie Sanders didn’t just win Tuesday night, he won big in every Minnesota Congressional district. Sanders routed Hillary Clinton in a contest that almost everyone thought would be a close one.
Minnesota’s DFL Party chair says the turnout on Super Tuesday is so heavy, it is possible it will approach 2008’s record turnout of 220,000 voters. Party Chair Ken Martin says only a handful of precincts have run out of ballots, and voting has been orderly despite the very heavy turnout.
Three Gopher basketball players have been sidelined, and there are reports that two graphic sex tapes are to blame.
Trump, whose candidacy many Republican leaders once considered a joke, is poised, if he does as well as some polls predict on Super Tuesday, to all but lock up the nomination.
New technology doesn’t just leave your personal information vulnerable — it can leave people, especially young girls, vulnerable.
Brooklyn Park police say they believe a man with a legal permit to carry shot and killed a would-be armed robber in Brooklyn Park Monday night. Police say the shooting happened at 8 p.m. at the end of a driveway in the 7500 block of Imperial Drive.
Investigators arrested Danny Heinrich in October of 2015. Court documents made public at the time revealed that Heinrich was one of the earliest suspects in the Wetterling case.
On Monday, Danny Heinrich, the person of interest in the Jacob Wetterling case, will appear in federal court on child pornography charges.
Former U.S. Senator Norm Coleman is speaking out about his battle with throat cancer and the remarkable progress he is making as part of a clinical trial at the Mayo Clinic.
Minnesota caucuses are set to take place on March 1. If you’ve been watching TV in the last week, you’ve probably noticed ads for Democratic candidates Hilary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
Ronald Reagan used to talk about what he called the 11th Commandment: “Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican.” Those days are clearly long gone, as the Republican candidates continue to trade insults on the debate stage and on the campaign trail.