$1.4T Tax Overhaul Bill Passes SenateThe nearly $1.5 trillion bill is viewed as a major victory for President Donald Trump, and it's the largest tax overhaul in more than three decades.
St. Paul Police Officers Trained To Use Overdose Reversing DrugOn Thursday, St. Paul Police Department became the latest law enforcement agency to train in the field using the drug that reverses an opioid overdose.
'U' Grad Students Protest GOP Tax Reform PlanGraduate and Ph.D. students at the University of Minnesota joined a national day of rallying against a version of tax reform that has passed in the United States House of Representatives.
'It's All In The Experience': Minnesotans Shop Local On Small Business SaturdayEarly analytics show online sales for Thanksgiving and Black Friday are up 18 percent compared to a year ago, a reason Small Business Saturday is a crucial time to build business.
Twin Cities Shoppers Line Up For Deals After Thanksgiving FeastsStores opened as early as 5 p.m. across the Twin Cities, with retailers beginning their deals for the holiday shopping season.
Unity Church To Host 10th Annual 'Black Friday At Church' EventAmid the Black Friday hype, a St. Paul church hoping people of all faiths will join a service to get back to basics.
'Vote Run Lead' Event Empowers Women To Run For OfficeThey want to teach women from dozens of states how to run for office at the local, state and federal levels.
Firefighters Rescue Teens From St. Paul CaveSt. Paul firefighters spent almost three hours trying to extricate two teens from a cave on St. Paul's West Side early Saturday.
Nurse, Trooper Help Mom With Choking Baby On RoadsideA baby has another shot at life because of the kindness of strangers.
State Officials Take Tough Questions On MNLARS ProblemsDeputy registrar offices and auto dealers have complained about glitches and general problems with the new system.
Following Harassment Allegations, Changes Coming To State LegislatureLeaders of the state Legislature promise changes after multiple women came forward accusing some lawmakers of sexual harassment.