Nearly 5,000 Nurses Return To Work Following Week-Long StrikeNearly 5,000 nurses returned to work Sunday morning after a week-long strike affecting five Twin Cities hospitals.
New Mpls. Superintendent Touring Schools Ahead Of Start DateAs the new superintendent for Minneapolis Public Schools, Graff wants students to know he's here, willing to talk and listen anytime.
2 Companies Fined In Death Of U.S. Bank Construction WorkerThe death of a man working on the new Vikings Stadium has led to big fines against two of the companies building it. Mortenson Construction and Berwald Roofing are facing a combined total of nearly $175,000 for safety violations.
College Officials Gather For Summit On Preventing Sexual Violence A sexual violence prevention summit aimed at colleges and universities started Thursday in St. Paul.
MNA Members Prepared To Strike After Rejecting Allina Contract OfferThousands of nurses in the Twin Cities said they're willing to go on strike over a contract dispute with Allina Health.
3 Firefighters Injured, 12 People Displaced After Robbinsdale FireThree firefighters were injured while working to put out a five-alarm fire at a Robbinsdale apartment complex early Friday morning.
Fort Snelling Displays Wreath, Flags For Minnesota's Fallen MilitaryMuch more than just a day off from work or school, Memorial Day is about remembering the people who died serving in our armed forces.
Mpls. Man Accused Of Breaking Into State CapitolA Minneapolis man is facing several charges after he broke into the Minnesota State Capitol Tuesday night, according to Ramsey County officials.
Construction Leaders Urge Dayton Not To Rush Into Special SessionA coalition of transportation companies and workers are asking Gov. Mark Dayton to hold off on calling a special session.
Republicans Press Dayton For Special SessionPolice and people who've lost loved ones on Highway 12 gathered at the Capitol Wednesday to continue their push for safety upgrades on one of Minnesota's most dangerous roads.
Final Day For Formerly Abused To Press ChargesWednesday is the last day for older adults who were sexually abused when they were children to file suit against their abusers.
Dayton Signs Bill Switching Minnesota To Presidential PrimaryA bill to replace Minnesota's caucus system with a presidential primary was signed Sunday by Gov. Mark Dayton.
FBI Informant Begins Third Day Of Testimony In Terror TrialFederal prosecutors continued their questioning of their key witness in the terror trial</a> involving three Minnesota men. Abdirahman Bashir, 20, was an FBI informant who secretly recorded his friends as they discussed plans to allegedly try and join ISIS.
Jury Hears Secret Recordings By FBI Informant In Terror TrialSecret recordings made by a paid informant were played in court Thursday in the trial of three Twin Cities men accused of trying to join ISIS.
St. Paul Saints' Mascot 'Little Red Porkette' A Tribute To PrinceThe St. Paul Saints are gearing up for their home opener Thursday evening at CHS Field in Lowertown, and to get fans excited they released the name of their 2016 mascot. This year's pig is Little Red Porkette.