Mayo Clinic researchers analyzed data from nearly 16,000 people with coronary artery disease in five studies around the world.
Eight lawmakers -- three Democrats and five Republicans -- will face the electorate in summer recall elections in Wisconsin. One senator in danger of losing his seat is La Crosse Republican Dan Kapanke. Kapanke and his challenger, Rep. Jennifer Shilling, are gearing up for an accelerated race this spring.
It is ideal for oil and natural gas exploration, but allowing the mining of it has many fearing the effects it could have on the natural habitat.
Since the village grocery store closed two years ago in Lanesboro, Minn., the town's residents have had to travel at least 10 miles to buy food. Now, a group is trying to get people in town to invest in a co-op.
Parents and Muslim civil rights leaders say a settlement between federal officials and the Owatonna Public School District after a federal civil rights investigation of alleged harassment against Somali students is a victory for all minority students.
A 17-month federal investigation has found the Owatonna School District's policies, procedures and trainings were not adequately addressing harassment issues against Somali-American students.
The federal agencies became involved after tensions between white and Somali students escalated into a fight in 2009 at Owatonna High School involving 11 Owatonna students.
Officials with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources have ended a special deer hunt to test for chronic wasting disease.
Around Minnesota, thousands of soldiers are preparing to leave for Kuwait. For one soldier, the uncertainty of a deployment meant scrambling to plan his bride's dream wedding in just a few days.
The government says nanotechnology will create hundreds of thousands of jobs in the next five years. Rushford hopes some of those jobs come its way.
The Dover-Eyota and St. Charles Schools have received a $1 million grant from the Minnesota Department of Human Services to jointly create a drug and alcohol prevention program.
Between 2000 and 2010, Census data show that Rochester experienced some of the fastest growth in the state -- 24 percent growth from 85,806 to 106,769 residents.
Wisconsin lawmakers have given final approval to a proposal by Gov. Scott Walker to strip nearly all collective bargaining rights from public workers. Walker said he will sign the legislation as soon as possible. Wisconsin residents are reacting taco the fast-paced political action in Madison. We visited several border communities Thursday to sample opinion.
Millions of people nationally and thousands in Minnesota live and work in the country illegally, but nevertheless participate in the nation's annual tax-filing ritual.
Sharpshooters with the U.S. Department of Agriculture will be out this weekend hunting deer north of Rochester to test for chronic wasting disease.