State officials are studying how they can keep former inmates from returning to prison after completing their sentences.
Thirty-seven people were arrested in Minnesota as part of a nation-wide immigration sweep.
Of Minnesota's most populous counties, Scott County saw the steepest drop in median income last year, new data show.
Beginning today, gays and lesbians can serve openly in the military. "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," a policy that's been on the books since 1993, and nullified by Congress in December 2010, ended at midnight.
She took it upon herself to return the unused portion of a cigarette to the shopper who left it in the parking lot.
New census data show one in 10 Minnesotans lives in poverty.
Ten years ago, two people with Minnesota ties tried to thwart the Sept. 11 terrorists. A decade later, their stories point to sharply different views on how America should best respond to terrorism.
Fewer Minnesotans have filed for bankruptcy this year compared to last year, mirroring the national trend.
An attorney for former Minnesota Viking Joe Senser says the family has turned over a vehicle as part of an investigation into a fatal hit-and-run accident.
The head of the region's largest human service provider is stepping down after 24 years.
Minnesota's U.S. Attorney B. Todd Jones will take over as acting director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Attorney General Eric Holder announced Tuesday.
The Minnesota State Fair always features a buffet of politics, and this year fairgoers have a new issue to chew on: a constitutional vote on marriage.
A contentious piece of immigration policy made it into the final budget deal approved last month. E-Verify is back, but with a twist.
A ruling on issue-based political advertisements comes in the case of ads that aired before last year's gubernatorial campaign calling for a constitutional vote on marriage.
The organization says it will ship nearly 1.4 million meals in the coming weeks.