Search Continues For Man Missing From Anoka Area Anoka County officials are investigating the disappearance of a 22-year-old man. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension issued a missing-person alert Saturday for Kevin Casserly, of Anoka.
Minn. Officials Warn Of Ducklings Disease RiskMinnesota health officials are warning that chicks and ducklings can carry salmonella.
Drug Court Officials To Rally At Minn. CapitolMinnesota Supreme Court Chief Justice Lorie Skjerven Gildea will join other judges and Gov. Mark Dayton at a rally to promote the state's drug court system.
Will Prep Hockey's Rule Changes Stay?The games taking place at the Minnesota state boys hockey tournament at the Xcel Energy Center are a little different because of changes made about a year-and-a-half ago.
Officials: Fiscal Cliff Would Harm Minn. EconomyMinnesota budget officials say the state's economy would be hit hard if President Obama and Congress can't strike a federal debt deal to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff.
3 Minn. Women Linked To Meningitis OutbreakMinnesota health officials say they've confirmed three cases of a rare fungal meningitis linked to a steroid commonly used to ease back pain.
NFL, Referees Closing In On Tentative DealCBS Sports is reporting the NFL and the locked out referees are on the verge of a signing a deal that could bring veteran officials back to the field this weekend.
In NFL Ref Woes, Key Role Of Expertise SpotlightedIf good help is hard to find, just how expendable is expertise?
Jail Officials Reportedly Worried Schaffhausen Will Commit SuicideCourt documents show officials are worried the father accused of killing his three daughters may try to commit suicide while in jail.
Minn. Officials Hit Road To Advocate VaccinationsThe Minnesota Department of Health is taking its message about the importance of immunizing infants and children on the road Monday.
Rural Areas Watch The Bottom Line In Flood FightWhen officials in the Fargo area got together last week to talk about preparations for an expected third straight major flood, 29 people crowded around a table, including representatives from police, the governor's office, the National Guard, hospitals, schools, utilities and even mental health professionals.
Sender Of Threats To Wis. Officials IdentifiedThe Wisconsin Department of Justice says it has identified one of the people who sent at least two death threats to elected officials over the past month.