Minneapolis police gave the all clear Friday as they say they found no evidence of any gunshots fired, bullets or victims after there was a report of shots fired that morning at a downtown Minneapolis office building.
A Fergus Falls Wal-Mart was evacuated Saturday after someone made a threat to hurt employees and customers of the store.
Minneapolis South High School has been placed on lockdown over an unspecified concern, according to school officials. The building is under a “code yellow” lockdown, which increases the level of school security both inside and outside the building.
Federal officials are treating the discovery of a burned cat in a south Minneapolis park as a possible threat against President Obama.
A man was tasered and arrested after police say he told a bank employee that he had a bomb.
A naked 41-year-old Iowa City man told deputies that he’d been forced by four men to handle a nuclear bomb at his home in Iowa City.
A student has been arrested in connection to a bomb threat directed at St. Francis High School Friday afternoon, according to the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office.
David Letterman has been threatened by terrorists. That doesn’t mean he can’t crack jokes about it. Watch the video. And the Top 10 List.
On a beautiful sun-splashed stretch of the St. Croix River, the search is on for an ugly and dangerous invader. Somewhat like looking for a needle in a haystack, finding evidence of Asian carp isn’t easy.
A Minnesota man has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for hacking into his neighbors’ wireless network and framing them for distributing child pornography and email threats against Vice President Joe Biden and other officials.
The University of Minnesota has reopened the Science Teaching and Student Services Building, more than an hour after it was evacuated because of a threat against the facility.
A Minnesota man who admitted using his neighbor’s online identity to email death threats to Vice President Joe Biden wants to withdraw his guilty plea.
A Minnesota man charged with making a threat that led to the evacuation of an Amtrak train in northern Montana pleaded not guilty to federal charges of false information and hoaxes.
This year’s particularly harsh winter has hit northern Minnesota’s deer population hard. And if spring doesn’t kick in soon, even the survivors could be in trouble.
An unruly passenger who was removed from an Amtrak train later made a threat that led to the train’s evacuation, an Amtrak official said Tuesday.