The parents of Jacob Wetterling gave a statement to the media Tuesday about the latest developments in the case surrounding the 1989 abduction of their son.
Tonight we want to take a fresh look at eight unsolved attacks on boys in the late 1980s that investigators now believe are connected to the Jacob Wetterling attack.
When you think of Minnesota, you may not think high fashion. But believe it or not, Minnesota-made products and Minnesota style are suddenly red hot.
The mother of one of the five young terror suspects is speaking out, saying her son is being treated more harshly than the four other suspects.
It’s called the Total Wine effect. In the 19 months since the discount liquor store opened four metro area locations, many local liquor stores have reported a drop in business.
Champlin police say a 38-year-old woman was arrested and has admitted sending anonymous threats to a family that said she wanted to taste and lick their children. Police say the woman was upset because the children made noise and left items in her yard.
Attorneys for “American Sniper” widow Taya Kyle on Tuesday asked a federal appeals court to throw out the $1.8 million defamation award a Minnesota jury gave former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura.
A fallen officer who died in the line of duty is at home Monday night. Hundreds gathered at a community church to honor Aitkin County Investigator Steven Sandberg.
He shocked the world once when he was elected governor of Minnesota in 1998. And on Wednesday, Gov. Jesse Ventura said he just might be ready to do it again.
The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the death of a second-grader who died of carbon monoxide poisoning while boating.
Debate over a controversial Minneapolis plan that creates strict scheduling and sick pay requirements for businesses is intensifying.
A fired Minnesota lottery official is suing to get her $109,000 per year job back. She is arguing that she was discriminated against because of her alcoholism. The Minnesota Lottery fired Johnene Canfield this spring after she returned from a leave of absence and a stint in rehab following her December 2014 DUI arrest.
Workers rallied outside of Minneapolis City Hall Wednesday in support of a proposal which critics and supporters agree would create the most sweeping workplace regulations in the nation. People carried petitions of support into city hall to give to Council Members Cam Gordon and Lisa Bender, who are backing the measure.
Two years after author Vince Flynn passed away, the St. Paul native is back on the best-seller list. The latest Flynn thriller, titled “The Surivor,” went on sale at midnight. It’s already No. 2 among best-sellers at Barnes and Noble stores nationwide.
A new lawsuit claims it was a power struggle involving the stepson of Starkey Laboratories Founder Bill Austin that led to the firings last month of top company executives.
Small restaurant owners in Minneapolis engaged in a shouting match Thursday over a proposal that would affect workplace pay and scheduling in every workplace in the city.
As Black Lives Matter Minneapolis said repeatedly on Twitter that they are not responsible and have no role in the Sunday’s protest of the Twin Cities Marathon, Black Lives Matters St. Paul offered a very different version of what protesters plan to do.
A Minneapolis man is charged with murdering his wife and 15-year-old stepdaughter because they were about to leave him.
In Wayzata, a proposal to move the high school start time back from 7:30 a.m. to 8:20 a.m. is getting some unexpected opposition.
The scandal at Volkswagen is growing. The German car manufacturer admitted Tuesday that software designed to cheat emissions tests was installed in 11 million cars worldwide. The scandal prompted an apology from Volkswagen USA CEO Michael Horn. “Our company was dishonest with the EPA,” Horn said.
Another Minnesota man has admitted he was part of a plot to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State group. Zacharia Yusuf Abdurahman, 20, pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist group — specifically ISIS.
Two Winona men are accused of kidnapping and forcing a Winona college student to strip before they allegedly threatened to cut him up with a meat saw. The bizarre case unfolded in the early morning hours Sunday near downtown Winona. Court documents say a Winona college student told police he had been drinking and was lost when Abdirahman Samatar and John Demaske approached him and forced him into a nearby warehouse.
Starting Tuesday, Target is partnering with a company that is known as the Uber of grocery delivery.
A Minnesota organization that has been helping 2.5 million refugees a year for more than 30 years is warning that the Syrian refugee crisis could soon get worse.
The former head of a Minnesota nonprofit and his son, a Minneapolis police officer, have been indicted on federal charges of conspiracy, fraud and theft.