On Tuesday, a gunfight between a wanted Minnesota man and two bounty hunters in Texas ended with all three men dead.
Potential jurors are given a questionnaire in some cases, with questions ranging from education, to views on religion, to relationships with lawyers.
When it comes to Facebook, Google, Twitter, Apple, Instagram and more, we give them a lot of our information when we agree to use the product.
The Fifth Amendment states no person “shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself.”
Just before it rains, the wind kicks up any dust that’s on or near the ground. That dust then mixes with the rain.
The National Weather Service says 8% of Americans live in mobile home, but they make up 44% of the deaths from tornadoes.
There is a psychological component to the connection between weather and emotion, says Dr. Katharine Nelson, an assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Minnesota.
The hackers behind Friday’s massive cyber attack asked their victims for $300 worth of bitcoin.
Without the silky hair, there would be no corn, according to the Iowa Corn Growers Association.
It’s becoming more of the norm — children referring to adults as Sally and Tom rather than Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
There are no fancy statistics needed to remind people to call their moms this Sunday, aka Mother’s Day. But what about the other 364 days of the year?
Dandelions seed heavily and have very long roots, which make it hard for people to get rid of them.
It’s Cinco De Mayo: a big day for salsa, guacamole and cilantro. But, studies have shown up to 14 percent of people don’t like the taste of the green part of the coriander plant.
Our facial expressions say a lot about what we’re really thinking — even more than what comes out of our mouths.
The Minneapolis Park Board voted unanimously Wednesday night to change the name of Lake Calhoun to Bde Maka Ska.
This shouldn’t be a huge shock: Americans don’t eat enough vegetables.
It’s a geographic oddity — that “top hat” on Minnesota, the little jog into Canada, and Charles from Golden Valley wants to know: Why is it there?
A new review of the health literature surrounding caffeine finds 400 milligrams of caffeine a day is not going to hurt you.
Since 2012, people have dropped off almost 50 tons of unwanted prescription medication, over-the-counter drugs, vitamins and pet medicine in Hennepin County Disposal boxes.
If you walk into any Target or Walmart, you might see paper towels on sale one day, toothpaste the next and laundry detergent after that.
As Minnesotans enter into the throes of road construction season, they encounter unexpected traffic back-ups. So, what are the top causes of traffic jams? Good Question.
The worms have been out in full force over the past few rainy days — crawling on sidewalks, driveways and into the streets.
We’re still months away from picking apples and strawberries in Minnesota, but there’s plenty of beautiful fruit stocked on grocery stores shelves right now.
President Donald Trump called for changes to the H-1B Visa program for highly-skilled workers on Tuesday.
Facebook is facing criticism because it took the social media site more than two hours to take down video of a shooting death.