Cottage Grove Man Gets 8 Years For Party AssaultA Cottage Grove man was sentenced Wednesday to more than 8 years in prison after he crashed a party last October wearing a ski mask, flashed a knife and punched the man his ex-girlfriend was seeing.
Lawmaker Wants Taxes Axed For Minnesota Olympic Medal WinnersRepublican Rep. Pat Garofalo said Wednesday he'd introduce a bill next year to exempt Rio's medal winners from state taxes.
Arson Suspected In Waite Park Apartment Fire, Suspect SoughtAuthorities are looking for a suspect after a fire at a Waite Park apartment complex Monday appears to have been intentionally set.
Trump Creates New Wisconsin Women CoalitionDonald Trump's new Wisconsin women coalition includes some of the most powerful politicians in the state, and two who were caught up in a highly publicized investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's county office.
Bicyclist Injured After Colliding With Jeep In Mpls.A bicyclist is in critical condition after colliding with a car in Minneapolis early Wednesday morning. According to the Minneapolis Police Department, around 1 a.m. a Jeep and cyclist collided on 2nd Street North, just north of Lowry Avenue.
Robbinsdale Group Files Lawsuit To Save Historic TheatreA group trying to a save a historic theatre in Robbinsdale has filed a lawsuit to stop crews from tearing it down.
Sheriff: 1 Dead, 1 Arrested In Freeborn County ShootingOne man is dead and another is in custody after a shooting at a state park near Albert Lea.
4 Things To Know: Earthquake Rocks Italy, More Rain Expected In Louisiana & MoreFrom the earthquake that rocked central Italy to the rain expected in flood-damaged Louisiana, here is a look at the top four stories from Aug. 24, 2016.
Study Looks At Dogs Preferences Of Food Over PraiseEver wondered if your dog preferred praise over treats? Well, wonder no more!
Negotiations Continue After No Agreement Reached Between Allina, NursesAnother round of negotiations between Allina Health and the Minnesota Nurses Association came up short Tuesday.
Sen. Klobuchar Fights For Fair Prices On EpiPenA Minnesota lawmaker is taking a stand for families who deal with severe allergies. Sen. Amy Klobuchar said the price of the popular life-saving medicine, EpiPEn, is too much.
Going Back-To-School Shopping? Save Your ReceiptsBack-to-school time can mean bigger tax refunds for parents. The Minnesota Department of Revenue is telling parents to save receipts from buying school supplies as many purchases qualify for tax credits and refunds.