Police in Minneapolis and St. Paul are on heightened alert after police shot and killed a drug suspect last week.
Dozens of Minnesota personnel will help the New York and West Virginia recover from superstorm Sandy.
Minneapolis police say they've arrested a St. Paul woman in connection with the hit-and-run death of an Augsburg College student over the weekend.
Jo Svendsen of Nisswa learned Monday that her son, John Svendsen, was among crew members rescued from the HMS Bounty.
Hurricane Sandy is dissipating over the East Coast, but it's still tying up air travel in Minnesota.
The city of St. Paul is taking its most serious look yet at bringing back streetcars.
Dozens of flights out of Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport have been cancelled already because of the approach of Hurricane Sandy.
The westbound side of I-494 could be closed for much of the rest of the morning rush hour. Authorities may reopen one lane of the freeway later, but say delays will continue.
The Minneapolis police are looking for help finding a suspect in a deadly hit-and-run accident over the weekend.
Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority officials said Friday that members rejects a plan to start a Vikings ticket lottery.
The city of Minneapolis is considering closing its municipal port on the Mississippi River to make way for redevelopment along the city's northern riverfront.
A St. Paul police officer has been hospitalized and a suspect is dead after an apparent exchange of gunfire on the East Side last night.
A 37-year-old Maple Grove woman is facing felony child endangerment charges after authorities determined she'd been smoking heroin and marijuana with her 12 year-old-daughter.
Employees of Accent Signage Systems, the site of a workplace shooting that left seven people dead on Sept. 27, say they've been back on the job for two weeks.
The city of St. Paul is dropping its plan to award the design and construction contract for a new baseball stadium to Ryan Construction.