Residents Petition Morristown City Council To Keep Police DepartmentSome members of a small community south of the Twin Cities are demanding action after the City Council voted to eliminate the local police department.
Prince Fans Make Twin Cities Pilgrimage On Anniversary Of His DeathIt was one year ago Friday when the news of Prince's death shocked the state of Minnesota and the world.
Health Officials Investigate Measles Outbreak In Hennepin Co.Minnesota health officials say they are investigating an outbreak of measles in Hennepin County.
Report: Delta Upping Overbooking Compensation In Wake Of United ScandalAfter weeks of trouble for some major airlines, Delta could be offering passengers a lot more money to give up their seats.
Baby Zara, A 'Micro-Preemie,' Finally Goes HomeA baby named Zara, born at just 23 weeks, headed home from the hospital for the first time on Friday afternoon.
MnDOT Crews Ramp Up Pothole PatrolAs the season changes, Minnesota drivers could see more potholes popping up.
Charges: Teacher Had Sex With Teen, Sent Nude Pics To AnotherA Burnsville High School music teacher is charged with having sex with an underage student, and sending nude photos of himself to another.
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.
Neighbor Remembers Man Who Died In South Mpls. House FireA South Minneapolis neighborhood is coming to terms with the loss of a father and husband who died in a house fire.
Family Of Woman Who Went Missing In 1993 Hold 'Spiritual Release' CeremonySt. Paul police say they have not given up on solving a missing persons case from about 25 years ago.
1 Month After Tornadoes, Minn. Towns Still RebuildingThe March 6 storm produced the earliest tornadoes on record in Minnesota.
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.