Intuit, the company behind TurboTax, added new anti-fraud measures Friday after Minnesota and other states reported a rise in fraudulent filings.
Authorities discovered thousands of images of child pornography on the computers, smart phones and tablets of the Rochester residents. The charges stem from a 10-month investigation.
The company, based in Houston, Minn., is moving into the first phase of an environmental impact statement for a silica sand mining operation in the region.
The Gaylord Police Department and the Sibley County Sheriff's Office have settled a lawsuit filed by attorneys for a woman who believes she was racially profiled in 2012.
Several dozen Rochester jobs were lost in the company's latest round of cuts, an IBM workers group estimates.
The Destination Medical Center project, which focuses on the Mayo Clinic's projected growth, is one step closer to final adoption.
A Mayo Clinic experiment in deep brain stimulation is helping doctors learn more about how the brain reacts to epilepsy.
State officials Tuesday unveiled a map with eight corridor options for proposed passenger rail service from Rochester to the Twin Cities. It's a baby step on a long road.
Rochester middle school students will be allowed to take iPads home beginning later this month.
There's a big question looming over the ambitious plan to transform the city into a $6 billion global health care hub.
Prosecutors have instead filed a civil complaint against Ammon and Sarah Swartzentruber for allegedly building a home without a permit.
The National Eagle Center in Wabasha has outgrown its current space and will lease additional space in a nearby downtown building.
Attorneys for a Minnesota state trooper say he was acting responsibly when his car collided with one driven by a Cannon Falls couple.
Longtime residents wonder whether their city will still feel like home.
Claremont is offering land for free to people who will build homes on it. So far, there have been no takers.