Bakery That Supplies Stadium Vendors To Shut Down After ICE AuditA well-known bakery that supplies key vendors at U.S Bank Stadium is shutting down just 16 days before the Super Bowl.
Lawsuit: 92 Somalis Shackled For Days On US Deportation FlightNinety-two Somalis sat bound and shackled on an airplane for nearly two days, some urinating on themselves, during a botched U.S. deportation attempt, a class-action lawsuit filed in the United States says.
Amid Mild Weather, DNR Urges Safety On The IceAfter two anglers died in northern Minnesota over the weekend, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is reminding the state’s outdoor enthusiasts to be careful on the ice amid the unseasonably warm temperatures.
'It's A Miracle': Doctor Fighting Deportation Gets Break From ICEA Rochester doctor credited with saving lives is now fighting to keep from being deported.
Ice Storm Warning Issued For The North ShoreMinnesotans up north will want to find their winter jackets, as a blast of wintry weather is expected to hit the arrowhead this week.
ICE Made 26 Arrests Last Week In MinnesotaA few dozen people gathered at a Fort Snelling federal office building Friday to hold an emergency response protest to President Donald Trump's deportation plans.
Minn. ICE Arrests On Rise Since Trump Took OfficeOfficials from Immigration and Customs Enforcement have arrested 26 people in Minnesota, marking the largest ICE operation in the state since the Trump administration vowed to increase immigration enforcement.
Make Like A Penguin: It's The Best Way To Walk On IceThe best way to ensure safety while walking on icy, slippery conditions is to walk like a penguin.
DeRusha Eats: Minnesota Pure & Clear Artisan IceThe road to Minnesota Pure and Clear ice starts 30 miles south of Minneapolis in a building that sure doesn't scream artisanal.
How Does MnDOT Budget For Minnesota Winters?MnDOT says the average budget for snow and ice treatment is around $90 million per year.
Immigration Advocates Bracing For ICE CrackdownImmigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested more than 600 people in more than 10 states last week.
Stanek: Officers Will Not Seek Out Illegals But Will Contact ICEHennepin County Sheriff Richard Stanek says local law enforcement officers will not be actively searching for immigrants in the country illegally.