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.
Two track athletes are now on the same team — and dating — after coming out to each other over two years ago.
Two men who jumped into action when they saw a woman who was about to jump off a bridge are being hailed as heroes today.
White Bear Lake had been shrinking, but now it’s up five feet from its all-time low in 2013.
Gov. Mark Dayton says he is not sure if he will sign the bills and if he doesn’t, that means a countdown to shutdown is back on.
After a tornado last week that killed one and injured many others, the community of Chetek is dealing with another tragedy.
There are growing concerns about the arrest of two brothers with ties to the Middle East who authorities say had an arsenal with bomb-making materials, guns and ammunition in their car.
One of the issues threatening to derail any budget deal is a fight over vegetative buffers.
President Donald Trump says a special prosecutor for an investigation into Russia’s involvement in the election hurts our country.
We are getting two dramatically different readings on the success of Minnesota’s medical marijuana program after two years in existence.
A man is still hospitalized after being shot as he sat outside a popular downtown Minneapolis restaurant Saturday evening.
A White House spokeswoman says President Donald Trump had considered firing FBI Director James Comey “since the day he was elected.”
A young convicted terrorist will not be going to prison even though he violated conditions of his release.
Grieving friends and family of a Minnesota mom shot and killed by her fiancé were in court on Monday, demanding justice for her.
One name that keeps coming up as a potential Democratic candidate for president in 2020 is Minnesota Senator Al Franken.
Kars4Kids’ famous jingle and the charity’s website give no indication that the money raised for Kars4Kidsis going to Oorah.
Twenty years ago this week, Andrew Cunanan’s killing spree — which made international headlines — started in Minneapolis.
A local man who pleaded guilty to helping ISIS is back in jail after violating terms of his release. Abdullahi Yusuf, 21, is accused of lying about and watching a CNN documentary on ISIS.
Three weeks from Monday, May 22, is the deadline for the Minnesota Legislature to adjourn. But so far there is no agreement on the state’s budget for the next two years and that means the likelihood of a possible special session and even a state government shutdown this summer.
Now as part of a partnership with Open Arms, Meals on Wheels is making its own food.
The search warrants released Monday in connection to Prince’s death say that when investigators searched Paisley Park they found opioids hidden in over-the-counter medication bottles.
This Friday marks the one-year anniversary of the death of Prince from an accidental overdose of the opioid fentanyl.
Twin Cities lakes and rivers face a pollution threat that could wipe out fish and other aquatic life by 2050.