Minnesota is taking a key step toward legal medical marijuana Monday: the state health department is opening the official registry to enroll users.
Ramsey County is poised to tear down a two-block stretch of buildings that date back to 1886: the former headquarters of West Publishing and the old Ramsey County Jail.
An Internet service that tracks flight data shows that the plane was in the Chicago area earlier this month, and has since made four extensive flights over the Twin Cities.
Both freeways are scheduled to reopen by Monday morning.
The Legislature has adjusted the law to add hospitals to the list of facilities that can control, dispense and manage the use of cannabis inside their systems.
The Legislature effectively turned down the university's request to fund another two-year tuition freeze.
Offers have come in from St. Paul College, the University of St. Thomas and the St. Paul Hotel. Dayton has suggested meeting in a tent on the Capitol lawn.
Attorney General Lori Swanson says the for-profit retailer has "seriously misled the public" about the extent to which donations benefit charitable organizations.
The parents of a boy killed two years ago during a school field trip in St. Paul say they will build a school in Guinea in his honor.
It's the first year that St. Paul has been included on the list. Minneapolis has topped the rankings for the last two years.
The signature elements of a crime are increasingly digital. Go behind the scenes with the Anoka County Sheriff's Office mobile digital forensics lab -- the first in Minnesota.
Minnesota animal health officials canceled all bird exhibitions for 2015, including at the State Fair. While it minimizes the risk of flu spreading it also affects a longtime Minnesota tradition.
Workers at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport would earn at least $10 an hour under a recommended policy change. Officials estimate 2,800 employees could be affected.
Hennepin County has closed on a land deal that could block a proposed interconnection between two railroads in the western suburbs.
To replace its crowded Dorothy Day campus in downtown St. Paul, Catholic Charities plans to build a $100 million expansion nearby. A fundraising effort kicks off today.