Long gone are the days when Eric Dayton was primarily known for being Gov. Mark Dayton’s son. This week alone, the 37-year-old CEO of Askov Finlayson is rolling out a new partnership with Target as well a new initiative for his climate-conscious clothing company.
Maggie Nichols, a Little Canada native and former U.S. national team gymnast, has publically come forward as a sexual assault victim of former Team USA’s Dr. Larry Nassar.
A 27-year-old Hibbing man has made a remarkable recovery from a first-of-its-kind brain tumor operation in Minnesota.
Sen. Tina Smith has been in office for only a matter of days, but she has already traveled throughout the state, meeting with constituents and laying the groundwork for an extraordinary political campaign.
Organizers say locals may want to get their Super Bowl Experience tickets for the first few days before all of those out of towners invade
Minnesota has a new United States Senator, less than seven weeks after Sen. Al Franken was first accused of sexual misconduct.
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter’s swearing in ceremony had the feel campaign rally.
‘Tis the season for your holiday packages to be stolen right from your doorstep by modern day Grinches.
We are getting a close-up look at what happened when a gas explosion gutted a Twin Cities school.
Lt. Gov. Tina Smith’s appointment as a U.S. Senator will mark the first time she has ever held a political office in her own right.
Justine Damond was killed in back of her Minneapolis home in July after she called 911 to report hearing an assault.
Nearly 70,000 people have signed a Change.org petition supporting Franken, and urging him to stay in the Senate.
Sen. Al Franken was back on the Senate floor this weekend offering a sharp critique of the GOP tax cut bill, saying it will benefit the wealthy and not the middle class.
The Twin Cities-based American Indian Movement has joined the chorus of protests from Native-American organizations around the country denouncing President Donald Trump after he called a Massachusetts senator “Pocahontas.”
Nearly two weeks after allegations of sexual misconduct, Sen. Al Franken is heading back to work.
On Sunday, Minnesota Sen. Al Franken sat down for his first on-camera interview since allegations of sexual harassment came to light more than a week ago.
Senator Al Franken remains in seclusion as the political firestorm against him grows.
In the aftermath of this second woman coming forward, two progressive groups are now calling for Sen. Franken to resign.
Two Minnesota legislators who say they have been victims of sexual harassment at the Minnesota State Capitol are defending Sen. Al Franken’s response to sexual harassment allegations and are not calling for his resignation.
Leeann Tweeden’s accusation against Sen. Al Franken is not the first time he has been dogged by controversy.
Police say the former superintendent of Shakopee Public Schools was arrested Tuesday for using his district-issued credit card to buy more than $73,000 worth of personal items.
The first vote on the GOP tax plan is expected later this week. And the changes if passed and signed by the president would affect every American starting with their 2018 tax bill.
This week, city officials will hold a reopening celebration to mark the end of most construction on the revamped Nicollet Mall.
Carter cruised to victory in the first ballot of a ranked-choice election that city officials expected to take days to count.
Minneapolis voters are deciding whether to give Mayor Betsy Hodges a second term or choose a new one.