Public Helps Locate Suspect In Hinckley Hit-And-Run DeathA public tip has helped authorities arrest a man in connection with the hit-and-run crash that killed a man from Wyoming, Minn., earlier this month. According to the Department of Public Safety, Derek Anthony Sanders, 31, of Wyoming, Minn., was taken into custody from his parents' residence Wednesday morning without incidence.
DNR: Snowmobiling In April? Looks Like ItWith a foot or more of snow still blanketing most of northern Minnesota, the snowmobiling season may extend into April for the first time in years, said the Department of Natural Resources.
Police: Mpls. Sexual Assault Suspect ArrestedA 43-year-old man has been arrested in connection to the sexual assault of a woman in Minneapolis, according to Minneapolis Police.
Police Searching For Missing Woman In Chisago CountyAuthorities in Chisago County are asking for the public’s help in finding a 27-year-old woman who has been missing since Saturday.
Ryan, Clinton Press Presidential Case In Minn.Minnesota got a late burst of attention Sunday from the two presidential campaigns, as former President Bill Clinton stumped for the Obama campaign in St. Cloud while Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan rallied at the Minneapolis airport.
Jay Cooke State Park Reopens Monday After Flood ReconstructionMore than four months after historic flood severely damaged highway access to Jay Cooke State Park, it will reopen to the public at 8 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 22, says the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Good Question: Should Public Breastfeeding Be Allowed?Breastfeeding mothers said they're sending a message as they staged a nationwide "nurse-in" at Target stores in response to a Texas woman who said employees humiliated her as she fed her baby last month.
Public Input Sought On Health Insurance ExchangeA series of websites that will simulate an idea of what Minnesota's future health insurance marketplace could look like will be unveiled Monday.
Still No End To Minn. Shutdown; Budget Not DoneMinnesota's state government shutdown slid toward the three-week mark on Monday as key Republican legislators and members of Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton's administration scurried to translate a handshake budget deal into bills that can pass the GOP-controlled Legislature.
Mankato Anti-Drunk Ordinance Gets Mixed ReviewsA new Mankato ordinance that allows police to arrest someone for being a nuisance while drunk in public is getting mixed reviews.
Much Of Information On Minn. Lawmakers Not PublicState Sen. Scott Newman found himself on the defensive earlier this year, explaining away an e-mail that suggested he would take revenge on his election opponent's supporters by refusing to meet with them.