In the state's two largest cities, officials stressed that Minneapolis and St. Paul snow plow drivers have been working round the clock to make the streets passable.
A man who's suing the Catholic Church over sexual abuse broke his silence Tuesday to publicly chastise the Catholic Church for attempting to recover legal costs from him, after his case was thrown out on a technicality.
Victims of clergy sex abuse are crying foul at a move by the Archbishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis to demand legal costs from a man suing the church.
Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson filed lawsuits Wednesday against two out-of-state companies purporting to help homeowners facing foreclosure.
What lessons can we learn from a child's life cut short? Esther Wattenberg, a nationally-known child welfare expert at the University of Minnesota searches for answers on Minnesota's Child Mortality Review Panel.
Proven cases of abuse and neglect have dropped to their lowest levels since 1982, when Minnesota's population was smaller by a million people. Nationally, the numbers are also dropping.
A student newspaper at a suburban Catholic school has sparked a debate over free speech by criticizing a Catholic DVD and defending gay teens. The DVD denouncing same-sex marriage was sent by Minnesota's Catholic bishops to parishioners prior to the Nov. 2 election.
More defendants indicted this week in an alleged multi-state sex-trafficking ring appeared in court Wednesday for detention hearings in Minneapolis, while some of their relatives proclaimed their innocence.
Twin Cities girls as young as 12 were shuffled across state lines to work as prostitutes in a wide-reaching sex-trafficking operation controlled by Somali gangs, according to an indictment unsealed Monday in federal court.
The Capitol City elected its very first black lawmakers to both the House and Senate. They won the seats vacated by the state's first two Hmong lawmakers.
Minnesota's political parties say they'll be carefully monitoring what happens at the polls Tuesday.
More Catholic parishes unhappy with the Archdiocese's consolidation plan have appealed the restructuring.
St. Austin in north Minneapolis, and St. Canice in Kilkenny are fighting to keep their churches open.
The city of St. Paul says new initiatives to combat domestic violence are paying off. Under they city's "first light" program, prosecutors, police and advocates meet each morning to review the previous night's cases.
"The message is one of hope, one of courage facing the future," Fr. Mark Juettner said of the plan for St. Andrew's to merge with another church.