Candidates in the 4th Congressional District, which covers parts of Ramsey and Washington Counties, met Wednesday night for a final debate before the election.
St. Paul police are investigating two shootings in as many days on the city's east side. Police say a man was shot and wounded Monday night in the Dayton's Bluff neighborhood.
Military officials say sexual assault in the armed services is dramatically underreported because most victims fear retribution. At least a third of Minnesota's female veterans and more than two percent of male veterans were sexually assaulted while in the service, according to the Veterans Administration.
Hennepin County Medical Center said Thursday that Eric Rivers had died of wounds suffered in the Sept. 27 shooting at Accent Signage Systems.
Health officials at the Veterans Administration in Minneapolis unveiled a pilot program Friday aimed at reducing the rate of diabetes among military veterans.
Crews are working this fall to wrap up prep work on a new bridge over the St. Croix River between Oak Park Heights in Minnesota and St. Joseph in Wisconsin. The bridge is still several years away from becoming a reality and officials continue to refine plans for one of the most expensive public works projects in the state's history.
The Obama administration Monday announced plans to expedite the Southwest light rail project, which would run from downtown Minneapolis to Eden Prairie.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation will close the Stillwater Lift Bridge for several months starting Monday.
A class action suit brought by a member of Minnesota National Guard against student loan servicers has been settled for $2.32 million.
A new domestic violence therapy program launching next week in Minneapolis will be the first in the state to focus on military veterans.
Social Worker Hector Matascastillo says the group was formed because military veterans often do better working with other veterans.
The people who live near the State Fair's main entrance have mixed feelings about life in their Falcon Heights neighborhood during the Great Minnesota Get-Together. For 12 days each year, more than a million people flock to the fair. There are the crowds, the noise, the garbage - and that's outside the fair.
First-time Twin Cities home buyers could find they're eligible for thousands of dollars in grants.
Officials with the Minnesota State Fair say the fair is prepared for severe weather. Fair officials say the fairgrounds are equipped with storm shelters and tornado sirens.
The Stratosphere ride, a large swing, malfunctioned Friday, leaving riders hanging high above the Minnesota State Fair.