Activists, Family Of Thurman Blevins Demand Charges For 2 Mpls. OfficersCommunity activists and relatives of a black man fatally shot by Minneapolis police officers are demanding that prosecutors file criminal charges against the two men.
Can An All-Metro Ticket Win Minnesota Gov. Race?DFL-endorsed candidate Erin Murphy, who is from St. Paul, chose as her running mate Rep. Erin Maye Quade, from Apple Valley.
'U' Rocked By 2nd Violent Death In 2 DaysMinneapolis police are investigating two deadly incidents in two nights near popular University of Minnesota night spots.
1 Killed In Fight On University Of Minnesota CampusMinneapolis police are continuing to investigate a deadly fight that began at a popular bar near the University of Minnesota campus.
Dean Phillips Aims To Unseat 5-Term Incumbent Rep. PaulsenDean Phillips, heir to the Phillips liquor fortune and a businessman and philanthropist, has been running an aggressive campaign.
Election Officials Expect Big Turnout For Early Primary VotingEarly voting for Minnesota's August Primary starts Friday, and election officials say they're bracing for record turnouts.
Senate Passes Bill To Help Veterans Affected By Toxic Burn PitsA bill sponsored by Sen. Amy Klobuchar to help veterans exposed to toxic fumes from burn pits has passed the U.S Senate.
GOP Chair Addresses Racist Comments From Party LeadersIn the days after the rally, Jennifer Carnahan posted on her Facebook page that she has faced racism from within her own party.
Why Was 11-Year-Old Runaway Returned To Abusive Home?"There is a complete history of problems in this household going back almost 10 years. Child protection should have been involved and the kids should have been in a protective situation.”
Police: Girl, 11, In Police Custody After Running From Brooklyn Park HomeThe Brooklyn Park Police Department says the child went missing around 3 a.m. Monday.
After Avalanche Of Filings, Election Officials Brace For Busy PrimaryOnly seven-percent of Minnesotans voted in the primary two years ago, but analysts believe that number could spike in August with so much at stake.
Smith To Battle Housley To Keep Franken’s Senate SeatContributing to this wild political year is an unexpected United States Senate election for Al Franken's former seat.