State and federal officials announced Thursday that more than 65 heroin distributors have been arrested and/or charged with drug trafficking in Minnesota as part of a crackdown called “Operation Exile.”
The Minnesota man who killed a father and son inside their La Crosse, Wis. photo shop last fall has been sentenced to life in prison. Forty-year-old Jeffrey Lepsch of Dakota was convicted in July for the killings of 56-year-old Paul Petras and his 19-year-old son, A.J.
A jury convicted a Minnesota man Tuesday for the murders of a father and son inside a Wisconsin photography store.
Heroin deaths in the Twin Cities are on pace to hit a new record this year. So far in 2013, 15 people have died from heroin overdose in Hennepin, Scott, and Dakota counties. It isn’t a new problem, but is far more dangerous than a few years ago.
Downed power lines have closed Highway 3 at the Rice and Dakota County line, said the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
A wrinkle in the federal Affordable Care Act that could affect tens of thousands of people who consider themselves Native Americans nationwide isn’t expected to hit many in Minnesota.
Gov. Mark Dayton said over the weekend that his German Shepherd, Mesabi, was slated for surgery Monday to remove a tumor.
About 150 Native Americans are expected in Mankato to honor the 38 Dakota men who were hanged in 1862.
Leading up to the Thanksgiving travel period, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety has released a list of the top thirteen counties in the state with the highest combined totals of drunk driving related deaths and injuries.
In the market for a pregnant buffalo? Then western South Dakota’s Custer State Park is the place to be Saturday.
It was 150 years ago when about 1,700 Dakota women, children and elders were forced to march 150 miles to an internment camp at Fort Snelling State Park.
November’s Native American History Month, and it’s coinciding with the sesquicentennial of U.S.-Dakota War of 1862, giving all the more reason to learn more about the event and the people involved.
The Department of Natural Resources plans to put counties in central and southeastern Minnesota under tighter campfire and open burning restrictions starting Sunday.
The Spinners will be at the Dakota in downtown Minneapolis
A crime lab controversy could force prosecutors in three Twin Cities counties to drop cases against drug suspects.