Omar Ansari is arguably the rock star of Minnesota's craft beer movement. Aggressive and unorthodox, he helped bring about one of the most significant changes to the state's liquor laws in recent history to allow breweries to sell their beer directly to customers on site.
Opening statements began Tuesday in Minneapolis in the trial of the two Rochester women accused of funneling money to a known terrorist group.
A woman whose trial opened Monday on charges of supporting a Somali terrorist group refused to rise for the judge, prompting her to be ejected from her own trial.
Unemployment and foreclosures continue to strain many Minnesota families, and more children are slipping into poverty, according to figures released Thursday by the Census Bureau's American Community Survey. The statistics are even more glaring in Brooklyn Park.
The nation's top transportation official touted President Barack Obama's jobs bill in Minnesota Monday.
Minnesota's public safety commissioner has quietly restricted so-called "suspicious-activity reports" from public scrutiny, a move that came after news organizations collected data on the Mall of America's counterterrorism program.
Over the past decade, Muslims living in Minnesota have wrestled with the actions of the 9/11 hijackers, who they say distorted their religion in the worst possible way. At the same time, they're navigating a new terrain of terror alerts and fears about skin color, facial hair and clothing. Many Minnesota Muslims believe the state's vigilance has come at a price to their civil liberties.
Appliance-maker Electrolux is facing another complaint filed by Muslim employees at the company's St. Cloud plant.
Gov. Mark Dayton is rejecting an alternate plan proposed by environmental groups for a new bridge over the St. Croix.
A former Minneapolis man is finally being extradited from the Netherlands to face terrorism charges in Minnesota. The hearing, originally scheduled for Friday, has been postponed until Monday afternoon.
School officials in north Minneapolis are courting students who are still without permanent housing after the May tornado to make sure they're back in the classroom come fall.
Television ads are saturating Twin Cities airwaves in what's shaping up to be an expensive recall election of veteran Republican lawmaker Sheila Harsdorf of River Falls.
As war and famine continue to ravage Somalia, a Columbia Heights man is heading there to serve in his country's embattled government.
A Columbia Heights woman will tell the United Nations' refugee agency in Washington this week that the economy is complicating the job hunt for many new arrivals in the United States.
The threat of closing Four Seasons Elementary brought this community even closer together. parents and kids banded together and persuaded district officials to keep their school alive.