Minnesota Supreme Court Upholds Minneapolis' Minimum Wage OrdinanceMayor Jacob Frey's office said he has increased funding for enforcement of the minimum wage ordinance.
Isaiah Washington Charged In Connection To Robbinsdale Garage TheftsA 29-year-old Minneapolis man faces serious charges in connection to a string of garage thefts in Robbinsdale.
Sydney Jordan Wins Democratic Primary For NE Minneapolis House SeatLabor and environmental activist Sydney Jordan has won a Democratic primary election for a Minnesota House seat in northeast Minneapolis.
Presidential Hopeful Michael Bloomberg Heading To The Twin Cities This WeekBillionaire Michael Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York and a Democratic presidential hopeful, is slated to make his second stop in Minnesota this week.
Federal Appeals Court Takes Another Look At Native American Adoption LawA 1978 law giving preference to Native American families in foster care and adoption proceedings involving American Indian children was getting a second look Wednesday from a federal appeals court in New Orleans.
Elsa Segura In Custody Following Kidnapping Charges In Monique Baugh’s MurderA woman is now in custody days after prosecutors charged her in connection to the death of a real estate agent.
Democratic Hopefuls Swarm Industrial Iowa To Prove They Can Beat TrumpSince their surprise loss to Donald Trump in 2016, Democrats have struggled with how to regain territory that long supported the party before suddenly flipping to Republicans. Their answer could lie with voters like Martie Boyd.
Nearly 10,000 Minnesotans Have Been Cited For Breaking Hands-Free LawMinnesotans appear to be having a hard time adjusting to the hands-free law.
Target, 3M Listed Among The World’s Most-Admired CompaniesTwo Minnesota companies are considered among the most-admired in the world.
Thousands Expected At March For Life Rally At State CapitolThousands of anti-abortion protesters are expected at the Minnesota State Capitol Wednesday for the annual March for Life rally.
Minnesota Weather: Travel Not Advised Along I-90 Due To Freezing RainOfficials say travel is not advised Wednesday morning along Interstate 90 in south-central Minnesota as a system of mixed precipitation has left roads in the area glazed with ice.