Trump Tweets Flag-Burners Should Face Prison Time, Lose CitizenshipThe president-elect's tweet is a direct conflict with free speech rights guaranteed by the First Amendment to the Constitution.
Twitter Suspends 235K Accounts For Promoting TerrorAirstrikes and ground forces are not the only way to fight the war on ISIS.
Prosecutors ID Targets Of Twitter Threats In Terror CaseProsecutors say a judge overseeing terrorism cases in Minnesota is among those who were threatened over Twitter last year.
After Car Chase, Sheriff’s Dept. Gives Twitter TagalongAfter an overnight car chase, the Chisago County Sheriff’s Office took to Twitter to give users a virtual tagalong experience.
Minneapolis Man Creates GoFundMe For Kanye West's DebtRecently, music producer and rapper Kanye West told the world he was $53 million in personal debt. Well, one Twin Cities man decided to take matters into his own hands.
Fmr. Viking Jared Allen Announces Retirement, Rides Off 'Into The Sunset'Former Minnesota Vikings defensive end Jared Allen announced his retirement in a truly Jared Allen-esque way Thursday: by riding off "into the sunset" on his horse.
During February Snowstorm Minnesotans Hunker Down, Take To TwitterIt has arrived. Just as predicted, a snowstorm moved into southern Minnesota mid-morning Tuesday. Just before noon flakes began to fall in the metro.
Reality Check: Donald Trump Vs. Fox NewsThe smoke has cleared from Thursday night's televised showdown between Donald Trump and the FOX News Republican debate, which he refused to attend. Trump had famously predicted FOX's ratings for the night would be a disaster without him. But did it his prediction come true?
4 Things To Know: National Spouse Day, Failed San Bernardino Bomb & MoreFrom a failed San Bernardino bomb to couples celebrating National Spouse Day, here are the four things to know for Tuesday, Jan. 26.
Man Gets 120 Days In Jail For Tweeting Threats After Speeding TicketA South St. Paul man was sentenced Wednesday to about four months in jail for making threats to law enforcement officers via Twitter after getting a speeding ticket during a traffic stop two years ago.
4 Things To Know: 5 Years Since AZ Shooting, Vikings' Outlook & MoreFrom continued disputes between South and North Korea to the outlook on the Vikings' playoff game, here are the four stories to know for Friday, Jan. 8.
4 Things To Know: North Korea's Nuke, MN Driver's Licenses & MoreFrom North Korea's controversial announcement regarding a hydrogen bomb to the state of Minnesota's driver's licenses, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, Jan. 6.