The Minnesota Court of Appeals has revived a lawsuit that challenged the state's ban on same-sex marriage.
St. Paul police and a victim's family members are asking for the public's help in solving the city's only unsolved homicide from last year.
The group that pushed Minnesota to observe Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's birthday as a statewide holiday finds itself in a difficult spot this year.
Xcel Energy's nearly four-year quest to add more capacity to its power grid in midtown Minneaplis took two steps forward Thursday.
About 2,300 Minnesota residents who received emergency medical assistance from a program of last resort have lost that coverage as of this week. The program paid for a variety of health care services including doctor visits, chemotherapy and dialysis. The reduction in services is an outcome of the budget deal that ended last summer's state government shutdown.
Early on, Susan Allen learned from her father that American Indian people could help change institutions by participating in them.
In the 16 years since Eileen Scallen called to say she was bringing a girlfriend home for a school reunion, her five brothers and sisters have become accustomed to having a gay sibling. What do those family ties mean now that there's a vote set on whether to ban gay marriage in the Minnesota Constitution?
Eileen Scallen worries that her siblings' loyalty to her may only go so far. She fears they won't understand her opposition to a proposed constitutional amendment that would define marriage as between one man and one woman. Listen as each of them talks about their position.
Organizers of Bike Walk Twin Cities say efforts to get Twin Cities residents out of their cars are paying off.
A new vision for downtown in 2025 unveiled by the Minneapolis Downtown Council includes doubling the number of urban residents, increasing green spaces and mass transit, and a sports district that includes a new Vikings Stadium.
The complaint against the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis was over a DVD mailed to 400,000 Catholics before the 2010 election which urged them to call for a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage.
The Slip Trip and Fall Prevention Campaign is coming soon to a state government building near you.
A federal judge gave final approval Thursday to a settlement reached between the State of Minnesota and 300 developmentally disabled former residents of a state-run institution.
In a state that fosters social isolation, she showed the benefits of doing the opposite.
Each year about 1,500 American Indian children in Minnesota spend time in foster care or other out-of-home-care. In Minnesota, American Indian children are 14 times more likely to be placed in out-of-home care than white children - the widest such gap in the nation. That worries tribal officials who say the tribes should be able to determine which of their families need intervention, and what kind.