The Minnesota Wild is considering the former Macy's store in downtown St. Paul for a practice facility. The move would free the Xcel Energy Center for other uses on non-game days.
A company hired to ease traveler hassles at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport has been fired and airport officials are moving to fill the void as the spring vacation surge nears.
The Metropolitan Airports Commission swore in its first Somali-American member on Tuesday. Ibrahim Mohamed, an airport employee for 11 years, aims to focus on customer service.
A lawyer representing people locked up in the Minnesota Sex Offender Program pressed the state's human services chief Friday to explain why Minnesota's done little to change the system.
The outcome appears to hinge on how many teams the league is really considering and what direction commission Don Garber decides to take.
An Eagan mom whose 21-month-old son was nearly killed in a head-on collision warns against using a smart phone while driving. State officials urged drivers to heed her warnings.
The fire also spread to an adjacent house.
The National Weather Service wants you, especially if you live in western Minnesota.
Minnesota needs to work harder to keep kids out of jail, particularly kids of color, a group of faith leaders said Thursday at the Capitol.
Brian Fitch was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison for murdering Mendota Heights Police Officer Scott Patrick.
Hennepin County authorities are searching for a suspect connected to a shootout with police Tuesday. The incident triggered a manhunt that led to searches of a St. Louis Park Byerly's and an Edina neighborhood.
A bipartisan bill introduced at the Capitol would bar Minnesota police agencies from investigating their own officers involved in duty-related deaths.
Minnesota gets its chance to shine again in 2018, when the Super Bowl heads to Minneapolis.
Raymond Kmetz, 68, the man killed after opening fire at New Hope City Hall Monday night and wounding two officers, had a long history of confronting government and the law.
Bailey Garcia, 19, of Pine Springs faces a single count of second degree murder in connection with the shooting death of art teacher and bar owner David Frigaard.