The entrepreneurial success of Minnesota's Somali community has attracted the attention of Sweden.
The Catholic Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis will announce significant changes to its parishes over the weekend.
The union representing about 1,900 prison guards at Minnesota's nine correctional facilities is alleging state budget cuts have led to unsafe staffing levels.
One of the issues facing the next Congress will be fixing America's immigration system, which many consider broken. While that issue is a hot topic in many races around the country this year, in Minnesota's 6th District race, immigration is largely playing out under the radar.
The Catholic Church is getting some pushback for a message against same-sex marriage it mailed to 400,000 Minnesota Catholics last week.
The DVD reiterates the church's position that marriage should be between one man and one woman.
Over the weekend, hundreds of Catholics donated their DVDs to an artist who plans to make an art project out of them.
The Census Bureau is out with new data that reveals more detail about the economic pain American families experienced in 2009. It was a tough year for children, as the rates of child poverty went up.
Hundreds of young people in Minnesota could benefit each year under the proposal that would provide a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants if they complete high school and at least two years of college or military service.
New census estimates show one in 10 Minnesotans lacked health insurance last year, and more are turning to government programs for coverage.
Ruth Frost and Phyllis Zillhart, the first lesbian couple ordained without the blessing of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, once were cast out of the church. On Saturday, for only the second time in the country, the Lutheran Church will officially welcome them to its roster of clergy.
Minneapolis Public Schools are vowing to do something about what the district is calling its "dropout crisis."
Job vacancies were up 32 percent in the period from April through June compared to the same time last year, according to a report released Wednesday.
Kristy Wilke and Jessica Kitzman, both 26, plan to marry in Hackensack, Minn. next August. When Wilke's parents tried to take out an announcement in their hometown paper, the Omaha World Herald, the paper denied their request.
A new study shows over the past two decades, Minnesota's immigrant population grew more quickly than the national average.
Hoping to prevent injuries, police throughout Minnesota are on the lookout for bicycle riders -- and their helmets. In Nisswa, kids who wear helmets may get a tasty reward.
The Midway at the Minnesota State Fair will be whirling and rocking with riders today, not long after inspectors completed a round of final checks on the equipment. Hoping to assure the public that rides are safe, state fair officials are touting their safety record and vigilant monitoring of the 63 rides that make up the Midway and Kidway.