A Crystal man has admitted wounding a Minneapolis police officer who answered a burglary call in February.
Jones led the Blue Devils to the NCAA men's basketball championship last week. He's projected to be a first-round NBA pick.
A three-alarm blaze Wednesday morning torched a block of homes and businesses on West Broadway Avenue in Minneapolis, forcing at least a dozen evacuations.
Prosecutors charged Pierre Collins with second-degree murder in Barway's death. They suspect the motive was a potential payout from a life insurance policy.
More than 300 Minnesota police agencies are on the lookout this week for distracted drivers. Officials say distracted driving is not worth the cost.
The Monday morning blaze forced some 911 dispatchers away from their posts and set off sprinklers in a police department evidence storage area.
Big construction projects are getting underway this weekend that will close some parts of major freeways in the Twin Cities.
Minnesota United's MLS franchise is contingent on building a new outdoor stadium.
Prosecutors say Andrew Scott Hasty sent sexually suggestive texts to the teen he met through a local theater group. The Shakopee school district says Hasty has been put on leave.
The tougher regulations are needed to keep the walleye harvest at a safe level, state officials said Wednesday. Walleye numbers in Mille Lacs are at a 40-year low.
Police said she was wearing a helmet but that it apparently wasn't enough to protect her.
A consultant looked at salaries and found what appeared to be a case of gender inequity.
The stadium now has a projected cost of $1.061 billion, up from an initial $975 million estimate.
Minnesotans may be cheering the news now that outdoor soccer is coming to Minneapolis. But will they do the same in November? Backers say yes.
The first Little Free Library went up in 2010 on a Hudson, Wis., street. What began with the remnants of a discarded garage door has become a worldwide phenomenon.