A fire broke out early Thursday morning at an assisted living apartment in St. Louis Park.
A sentencing hearing begins Wednesday for a woman who pleaded guilty to trying to hang a toddler at her Minneapolis day care.
A group of immigration protesters shut down a major portion of public transportation Tuesday morning.
To stress the importance of always having your seat belt on, law enforcement is asking drivers to click it or risk getting a ticket.
Breaking news from Britain less than 24 hours before the Royal Wedding: Prince Charles will walk Megan Markle down the aisle to marry his son, Prince Harry, on Saturday.
Dozens of women are showing their support for the Mayor of West Saint Paul after reports of sexism and gender discrimination.
The chase ended at about 7:45 a.m. Wednesday on the eastbound lanes of traffic near Demontrevelle Trail in Lake Elmo.
With less than two weeks to go in Minnesota’s 2018 legislative session, there is a new push for gun control laws.
The man accused of shooting and killing Australian native Justine Damond appeared in court Tuesday morning.
Lucifer is his legal name — he made the change more than 10 years ago.
The Animal Humane Society’s Walk for Animals supports dogs, cats and every other species in between.
“Minnesotans are still awaiting final legislative action on policies that would make our schools safer,” Dayton said.
Ahead of the state fishing opener, health officials are warning anglers about consuming the catch of the day on two Twin Cities area lakes.
The Minneapolis Mayor and Chief of Police are promising to work with Little Earth community after the latest round of violence.
“A dog doesn’t judge. Dogs are here for companionship and to listen,” St. Paul police officer Jay Curiel said.
After serving for nine years in the Senate, Al Franken resigned over sexual harassment allegations in January.
In part, the guidelines encourage doctors to prescribe the lowest effective dose of opioids when they are used for acute pain and to monitor those patients.
Time is beginning to run out in the 2018 legislative session with less than a month remaining, and several bills still in limbo.
One member of the Minnesota legislature has been protesting on the House floor since before noon Tuesday.
A spring blizzard followed by a big warm-up is giving Twin Cities businesses the boost they needed.
Already, a number of rivers are up five feet from where they were last week, and they continue to rise.
Two groups are telling conflicting stories about what happened at the University of Minnesota at an event meant to honor the Somali culture.
The wait for answers has been a long one for Prince’s family, friends and millions of fans across the world.
Despite widespread protests, state lawmakers are not likely to pass a single bill restricting guns this year.
With more winter weather on the way on Friday, Twin Cities golf courses are bracing for impact.