Investigators say the first assault happened in 2009.
An influential Democratic congresswoman wants to know why the Environmental Protection Agency opted against filing formal comments with state regulators when they considered whether to issue a key permit for the PolyMet copper-nickel mine in Minnesota.
Republicans think Minnesotans should see some tax cuts, Democrats are saying to pump the brakes.
Minnesota home buyers, small business owners, executives starting to see more delays amid federal government shutdown
The deadline for open enrollment ends Sunday night at midnight, and will give coverage for 2019 starting February 1st.
Minnesota may soon require drivers to use hands-free cellphones on the road, triple the penalties on people who text and drive, and even treat distracted drivers who cause injury or death the same as drunken drivers.
ST. PAUL, MN– The Department of Public Safety State Fire Marshal Division said in a statement Wednesday that the number of fire-related deaths were down
The St. Louis County Attorney’s Office has determined Virginia Police Officer Nicholas Grivna acted in self-defense during a fatal shooting on November 27.
In his first week as Minnesota’s 41st governor, Tim Walz says he’s aiming to ensure communities outside the metro area are represented fairly at Minnesota’s capital.
A news conference is scheduled for noon Wednesday as DFL’ers unveil which bills they plan to introduce during the 2019 session.
Funeral arrangements have been made for Tom Rukavina, a former St. Louis County Commissioner and legislator in the Minnesota House of Representatives.
Shopko, which owns multiple stores in the region, could file for bankruptcy as early as next week.