Five Sundays have passed since that first Sunday when consumers waited in line to buy a six pack in Minnesota.
After a tumultuous week, an average of polls at RealClearPolitics.com shows the president’s approval rating at just under 40 percent.
Two search warrants reveal new details in the police shooting death of Justine Damond.
The witness was reportedly so close that one of the officers asked him to back off. BCA investigators interviewed that witness Friday.
The investigation into Russian meddling in the U.S. 2016 presidential election will continue to get more attention this week as President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and top adviser, Jared Kushner, will go before the House Intelligence Committee.
Attorney Bob Bennett says he was hired because Justine’s family wants justice, including changes in police protocols.
While many questions remain we do know there is a striking difference in the way the Minneapolis Police Federation is responding to this shooting.
Late Monday afternoon Minneapolis police released images of a man they say stabbed a young woman in a downtown Minneapolis parking ramp early Saturday morning.
According to state officials, it’s estimated that Minnesota would lose $2 billion in medical assistance in the first 18 months, and, by 2030, the funding losses could top $30 billion.
More than 100,000 action sports fans are expected to attend the X Games this weekend at U.S. Bank Stadium.
A crisis hotline that has helped hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans for nearly 50 years is shutting down.
The Gopher men’s hockey team will play at the newly-dubbed 3M Arena at Mariucci on Oct. 1 with exhibition games.
Public health officials and veterinarians are warning about an abundance of deer ticks this summer in Minnesota — not only do they represent a threat to humans but to our animals as well.
U.S. Rep. Erik Paulsen is taking heat for being a no-show at Edina’s Fourth of July parade.
The Chisago County Sheriff says a 67-year-old woman ran over a picnic table of diners, pinning two women in a tiny creek.
A ruling from a Ramsey County judge is expected soon in the bitter legal dispute between the Minnesota Legislature and Gov. Mark Dayton.
For the first time in more than eight months, Patty Wetterling is speaking out about how she and her family are coping.
A Minnesota judge is considering whether Gov. Mark Dayton’s veto of the Legislature’s funding was unconstitutional.
Among the thousands celebrating Pride this weekend are gay married couples, but just five years ago Minnesota voters were locked in a heated political battle over a constitutional amendment that would have banned gay marriage.
Brooklyn Center police say an apparent opioid overdose of two young women last weekend is a reminder of how important it is that witnesses in these cases call 911.
St. Paul Police are giving credit to thier newly formed Special Operations Unit for containing a protest Friday night that shut down Interstate 94.
The congressman who was shot and critically injured at last week’s Republican baseball practice is improving.
Attorney General Jeff Session testified on Capitol Hill Tuesday regarding the investigation into Russian election meddling.
In just under eight months, downtown Minneapolis will be the center of one of the biggest media and sporting events in the world — the Super Bowl.
In the aftermath of the London Bridge attack, British Prime Minister Theresa May called for the international regulation of the internet to prevent the spread of radical ideologies.