Reality Check: President Trump's Claims About Pre-Existing ConditionsWhat's odd about claims from the president that he saved pre-existing conditions for sick people? The available evidence shows exactly the opposite.
Contractor Ricardo Batres Gets Jail Time, Probation For Labor TraffickingA Crystal man was sentenced Wednesday to serve at least four months in jail for labor trafficking, a rare prosecution in Minnesota.
Rep. Betty McCollum Proposes Permanent Mining Ban Near Boundary Waters
'Long Road Ahead': Pastor Says Officer Arik Matson Is Stable But CriticalThe pastor of Waseca Police Officer Arik Matson, who was shot responding to a disturbance last week, says Matson is showing signs of improvement.
With Cardiac Arrest Claiming More Than Half Of Firefighters, Departments Prioritizing Heart HealthThere is a silent killer affecting Minnesota firefighters, and it doesn't involve burning buildings, flames or smoke.
'There Are Consequences': 30,000+ Minnesotans To Get Refunds, Debt Relief In Comcast SettlementMore than 30,000 Minnesota Comcast Xfinity customers will receive refunds or debt relief as part of a settlement with Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison.
'We Got To Stand Up': St. Louis Co. Snow Plow Drivers Strike Amidst Winter Weather AdvisoryAs the snow started to fall Wednesday morning in Minnesota’s largest county, some union plow drivers hit the picket lines.
China Trade Deal Welcomed By Minnesota Pork, Soybean FarmersMinnesota pork and soybean farmers call the trade deal signed with China Wednesday "positive" and "tangible progress."
Minneapolis Now Requires Energy Disclosure Reports On Homes For SaleThe report must be performed by licensed inspectors, who score the quality of the home’s heating system, windows, attic and wall insulation.
Gophers Women's Basketball Star Destiny Pitts Remains Suspended, Bello Twins Return To PracticeThe punishment is for unspecified "conduct unbecoming a member of the team."
Minnetonka Company Creates Fire Suppression Systems To Keep Buses SaferThe DOT says a school bus fire happens one to two times every day in the U.S., and close to two dozen people are killed each year.
Sheriff: Man Accused Of Impersonating Police In Clay Co. Is Actually An OfficerAuthorities in Clay County say a man accused of impersonating police during a traffic stop was actually an officer.
Gov. Walz Unveils Final Part Of $2 Billion Bonding BillRepublicans have made it very clear they want half as much spent on projects as the Governor - about one billion dollars, not two.
Mercury Found In Skin-Lightening Product Sickens Minnesota WomanExperts say that skin product ingredient lists are often not complete, and that it is best to stop using all skin lightening products that aren’t prescribed by a dermatologist.
New Electronic Monitoring Law To Protect Against Elder Abuse Now In EffectA new electronic monitoring law put in place to protect against elder abuse is now in effect in Minnesota.