In the city's first test of ranked choice voting, St. Paul City Council member Dave Thune has won re-election to his Second Ward seat.
Witnesses provided police with a detailed description of the camouflage-colored pickup truck that struck the bicyclist, including the license plate number.
Gov. Mark Dayton told hundreds of veterans Friday in Inver Grove Heights that the best way to show gratitude to returning soldiers and veterans is to give them jobs.
Minnesota is one of more than 30 states receiving a grant aimed at helping veterans and their families stay mobile in their communities.
Voters in downtown St. Paul and surrounding neighborhoods won't know until Monday afternoon who will be sworn in as their next city council member.
Since 2007, at least 20 young Twin Cities men have left for the Horn of Africa, allegedly to take up arms in Somalia's civil war. Authorities believe the men joined al-Shabab, a ruthless and radical Islamic militia group vowing to topple Somalia's weak transitional government. The FBI has confirmed that two of the recruits became suicide bombers. A mix of nationalism and religious extremism motivated the men to join the fighting. Here is what we know about them.
Young Somali-American community leaders in Minnesota are stepping up to keep their peers on the right path. But some are still struggling with a lack of support, the pressures of negative media attention, and the problem of the so-called "Starbucks dads."
Voters in St. Paul will test a new kind of system on Tuesday. For the first time, they'll be able to rank their choices for the City Council.
The FBI is testing the remains of two people who blew themselves up in Somalia over the weekend.
Former friends of a Minneapolis man reported by CNN to be responsible for a suicide bombing in Somalia this weekend are questioning the report.
The Associated Press reports two suicide bombers blew themselves up in an attack Saturday on an African Union base in Mogadishu. A least 10 people were killed.
Amina Farah Ali says her religion, Islam, requires her to wear a head covering, or hijab, in public. Ali's attorney, Dan Scott, says she has refused to come out of her jail cell to eat.
Two Minnesota women were convicted of conspiring to funnel money to a terrorist group in Somalia as
part of what prosecutors called a "deadly pipeline" sending money and fighters from the U.S. to al-Shabab.
Light-rail crews suspended work on Tuesday for the day on a Minneapolis bridge where a forklift operator was injured.
Humanitarian aid workers from Minnesota predict the famine in Somalia will get worse before it gets better. Much-needed rain is expected to fall on the East African country over the next couple of months. But ironically, increased rainfall could deepen the crisis.
The unemployment disparity rate between black and white people in the Twin Cities is the nation's largest, with some of the most lopsided racial unemployment rates overall.