Visitors to three suburban courthouses in Hennepin County will pass through new security checkpoints beginning Monday.
Three Year Old Boy is a real terrorist huh?
A 22-year-old woman from Alexandria is in custody after an apparent threat against a staff member at St. Michael Middle School East on Tuesday, according to the Wright County Sheriff’s Office.
A Hennepin County judge wants more security in the courtroom. Until he gets it, Judge Lloyd Zimmerman says he won’t hear cases at three suburban courthouses.
They’re not even old enough to drive yet, but one boy band is packing fans in everywhere they go.
Changes are being implemented by the Minnesota Vikings security personnel starting this weekend to hopefully make getting into the Metrodome a safer and less invasive process.
There was a long wait for some Green Bay Packers fans to get into Lambeau Field Sunday because of new security measures.
Police say a possible sexual assault was recorded by a nearby business’ surveillance camera early Sunday morning.
The Transportation Security Administration said a bomb drill last week caused a scene after officers at the airport weren’t notified that it was a drill.
Before Osama bin Laden became infamous, none of these were around: TSA, bag checks, pat-downs, scanners, and threat alerts.
Security at the Minnesota Capitol and surrounding buildings should be improved, said a report released Friday that avoided taking a position on the much debated issue of whether to add metal detectors.
A newspaper report says the cost to law enforcement agencies for providing security during weeks of protests at the Wisconsin Capitol is at $3.2 million and counting.
A new government report says that less than 1 percent of the 4,000-mile U.S.-Canada border is considered under the operational control of U.S. border officials.
Gov. Mark Dayton is directing his staff and asking top lawmakers to review security measures at the Minnesota Capitol in the wake of Saturday’s mass shooting at a public official’s event in Arizona.
The shootings in Tucson have states looking at security for their lawmakers. At the Minnesota State Capitol, lawmakers started their session last week in a place that is wide open. Anyone can walk right in during the day.