Hunters who harvest grouse in northern Minnesota are being asked by the DNR to submit birds on a volunteer basis in order for researchers to test for West Nile virus.
Minnesota's film and TV production incentive program is changing after questions were raised about past awards, including $267,000 for Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show."
Changes in the configuration of security checkpoint lanes at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport led to long wait times for some travelers.
U.S. Bank Stadium will be roaring again soon as the Viking hit the gridiron, but some fans might find the action overwhelming.
Minnesota legislators have been meeting informally to try to find common ground on the state's energy future.
The chair of a Minnesota Senate committee that oversees the Department of Human Services has told the agency's acting head it needs to figure out how to repay the federal
A record number of Minnesota prison inmates were placed in solitary confinement last year
Gov. Tim Walz says he still wants Senate Republicans to hold hearings on Democratic proposals for gun control and emergency insulin supplies
The successor of former Minnesota Dept. of Human Services Commissioner Tony Lourey has been named.
Gov. Tim Walz says the state has signed a $33.9 million contract with an outside vendor to replace its troubled vehicle licensing and registration system, known as MNLARS
A donation of $1,000 from Enbridge was a gift to Cloquet’s National Night Out Celebration put on by the city’s police.
61-year-old Mark Pavelich was arrested august 15th in Lutsen.
The change goes into effect this year.
Conditions could produce strong rip currents, according to the fire department.
A big donation today to an organization that helps kids struggling with mental health.
Nearly 1,000 active duty members are bound for Juneau County, Wis., as a part of the Northern Lightning training exercise.
There was a tasty attempt to make it into the Guinness Book of World Records over the weekend at Cedar Lakes Casino in Cass Lake.
A big fish caught five miles out from the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge might have been the Minnesota state record lake trout.
Big ships mean a big economic impact here in the Twin Ports.
One person received medical attention at a local urgent care center following an explosion at a West Duluth commercial building.
One of the vessels at the Festival of Sail may not be the tallest, the oldest, a pirate ship with sails and a Jolly Roger, or the rubber duck, but, it has a storied part of Duluth’s history.
In 1812, a war broke out on Lake Erie, causing vessels to quickly be built in order to ship men and guns off to battle.
Joe Begich, who was a former DFL state representative and mayor of Eveleth, passed away on Saturday morning at the age of 89.