A new disagreement has emerged between the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission and the Minnesota Vikings over just how much time remains on the NFL team's Metrodome lease.
Walleye in Lake Mille Lacs drops to the second-lowest levels since the state began monitoring fish populations in 1983, the state Department of Natural Resources said.
The Minneapolis mayor renewed his efforts today to keep the Vikings stadium within city limits despite the team's plans to move to suburban Arden Hills.
A judge has issued a temporary restraining order to prevent the state from imposing a cut in payments to personal care assistants.
A Minnesota company was deceived into selling radio components that were later used to detonate roadside bombs in Iraq, a federal indictment released Tuesday alleges.
Home health agencies are challenging the constitutionality of a new law that cuts state payments for personal care assistants who provide care to disabled family members.
Attorneys for a Minnesota man awaiting execution for one of the region's most notorious kidnappings and forensic experts have raised questions about Dr. Michael McGee's reliance on out-of-date lab testing in murder cases dating back nearly three decades.
Lawyers for a man sentenced to death for killing a University of North Dakota student submitted a document Tuesday for what is considered the final step in the legal appeals process, claiming his trial team was ineffective and that the man is mentally disabled.
A week into the demonstration, the OccupyMN protestors are united under the refrain, "This is what democracy looks like." But that doesn't mean protesters are all marching to the same tune.
A car struck and fatally injured two workers at a construction site along I-35W in Burnsville Thursday afternoon.
The Metropolitan Council has asked its lawyers to explore legal options against 3M related to millions of dollars in costs of meeting new state requirements for discharging perfluorinated chemicals - which 3M stopped producing in 2002 - from wastewater treatment plants into the environment.
A long-awaited report commissioned by Gov. Mark Dayton, set to be released Wednesday, says the Vikings stadium proposal "sets forth an aggressive schedule that is unrealistic."
About 100 OccupyMN participants spent Tuesday afternoon talking, playing music and holding meetings at the plaza outside the Hennepin County Government Center.
The treaty exhibit was the result of a two-year collaboration between tribal elders, the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council, the Minnesota Humanities Center, and the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian.
Security issues at a protest scheduled for Friday in downtown Minneapolis have the Hennepin County Sheriff's office preparing for the demonstration.