Richard Schulze is returning to Best Buy as what the company is calling a chairman emeritus, the company announced this morning. He has also nominated former CEO Brad Anderson and another Best Buy veteran, Alan Lenzmeier, to take two seats on the board.
Three people are dead after an incident in St. Paul on Sunday, found by police who responded to a call about an altercation in the 500 block of Victoria Street North at about 4:30 p.m.
Many Minnesotans may be weary of winter, but some are enjoying an unusually long ski season on the slopes.
Police have new evidence in the case of a missing 30-year-old St. Paul woman.
The first electronic linked-bingo games are being rolled out in the north Twin Cities metro Thursday evening, almost a year after the state legalized them to help pay for a Vikings stadium.
Huskies owner Mike Rosenzweig said a large piece of the brick wall had been bowing out away from the playing field for about five years.
A 12-year-old boy was arrested Wednesday after police say he falsely reported a shooting at New Prague Middle School.
The state of Minnesota says its okay again for taxpayers to prepare their 2012 returns with TurboTax and other Intuit products.
The Minnesota Gambling Control board gave the green light to electronic bingo in Minnesota Monday, adding to the expanded charitable gambling that has been slated to pay for the state's share of the $1 billion Vikings stadium.
Republican 6th District Rep. Michele Bachmann says she's going to push hard in Congress for upgrades to Interstate 94 and Highway 10 northwest of the Twin Cities.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation closed three major highways, including Interstate 94 from Moorhead to Alexandria, Hwy. 10 from Moorhead to Audubon and Hwy. 210 from Breckenridge to Fergus Falls.
A 50-mile stretch of Interstate 94 in west-central Minnesota is open again after being closed this morning because of inclement weather.
The break happened during a planned repair project, and flooded the area on the south end of downtown, including an underground pedestrian tunnel and the Duluth Radisson Haborview Hotel.
The Minnesota Gambling Control Board heard complaints about the rollout of electronic pulltabs today.
Minneapolis officials have lifted the evacuation of an area of southwest Minneapolis bounded by 39th and 42nd streets and Upton and Zenith avenues because of a gas leak. Officials say residents can now return to their homes.