Fans Of The Purple One Mark 1 Year Since Death, Honor LegacyFor Prince fans, the one-year anniversary of his shocking death from an accidental drug overdose will be a time for sadness and celebration.
Senate Lawmakers Consider Uniform Labor Laws BillSenate lawmakers in St. Paul are preparing to vote on legislation that would take away the power from cities to set minimum wage or sick leave policies.
Edina Gets Closer To Raising Age To Buy TobaccoThe push to raise the minimum age for tobacco sales is gaining momentum in Edina. Tuesday night, council members took the first steps towards passing that ordinance. If this was passed, Edina would become the first city in the state to do this.
Warrant: Prince Wasn't Prescribed Any Drugs Found At PaisleySome of those narcotic medications weren't in the right prescription bottles and were found inside over-the-counter vitamin bottles.
1 Man Dead In Vadnais Heights Officer-Involved ShootingOne man is dead and four Ramsey County Sheriff's deputies are on leave following a deputy-involved shooting Sunday night.
Teens Say Minnesota Choir Teacher Sent Inappropriate MessagesDays after a Minnesota music teacher was charged with having sex with a student, more teens are coming forward.
More Than 200 Projects On MnDOT's $1B 2017 SlateIn addition to road construction, MnDOT also announced 57 additional airport, port and railroad projects.
Burnsville H.S. Teacher Arrested For Inappropriate Communication With StudentA Burnsville high school teacher is in jail Tuesday night, accused of having inappropriate communications with a student.
1 Suspect Dead, 1 In Custody After Deadly Shooting Of St. Paul FamilyPolice are continuing to search for answers after a family was killed in St. Paul early Friday morning.
Falcon Heights Takes 1st Step To Break Up With St. Anthony P.D.The mayor of Falcon Heights claims the actions of the city council are simply a response to the actions of St. Anthony officials.
Officials: Nicollet Mall Work To Be 'Substantially' Done By Nov.Businesses along the mall who depend on foot traffic have been feeling the construction pinch.
Minneapolis Unveils Plan To Make Hennepin Ave. SaferThe area has been plagued with so-called "nuisance" crimes for years, but things have turned violent in the past.