One person died and a firefighter was injured in a pair of overnight fires in Minneapolis. Both fires are under investigation.
Authorities found extreme levels of carbon monoxide in the home, and that the furnace had stopped. The furnace exhaust pipe was also blocked by ice and soot.
Ramsey County has earmarked $1.7 million for a new service center that will be part of the Dorothy Day Center's new downtown homeless shelter.
The CDC says 32 people from 11 states have fallen ill, and seven of them have died. Two of those deaths were reported in Minnesota last month.
A Dakota County judge ordered Brian Fitch's trial moved to Stearns County last month, citing extensive media coverage in the Twin Cities.
One person was killed and more than 100 people were injured in the 30 hours since the storm began on Thursday. The Minnesota State Patrol says drivers are going too fast.
Interstate 90 is expected to be particularly difficult. Roads should be in decent shape, but drivers may not be able to see where they're going.
The district is about halfway to its goal of providing 500 coats to students. Here's how you can donate.
Health investigators are trying to track down people who may have been exposed to norovirus at the restaurant last weekend. About 30 people so far have reported becoming ill.
A district court dismissed attempted murder charges against John LaDue, who was accused of plotting to bomb Waseca High School. Prosecutors on Wednesday asked a state appeals court to reinstate those charges.
Two of the three largest districts in the state will be closed Wednesday because of the forecast for bitter cold. St. Paul schools will be open. State officials say there will be no statewide closing order.
When it comes to deciding when its too cold or too snowy to go to school, the decisions are left up to local school districts, for the most part.
Patrick Talty will be the stadium's general manager when it opens in 2016. He was the WWE's senior vice president for live events.
Charities are stepping up efforts to help the homeless as bone-chilling cold grips Minnesota this week.
The extreme cold has delayed some schools around the state -- but not Twin Cities schools.