Apparently, reporters around town have been acting like -- get this -- journalists. And the police department isn't too pleased.
Police have released the names of a woman and her two grandchildren killed in a fiery crash between a car and a school bus in Inver Grove Heights.
At least three people died Friday in a fiery head-on collision between a school bus and a car in Inver Grove Heights, police said.
Minneapolis police have given the all clear after they responded to a report of shots fired inside a downtown office building.
Prosecutors charged a promoter of the Lumberjack Days festival in Stillwater with 10 criminal counts alleging he transferred more than money into personal bank accounts instead of paying festival contractors.
In an emotional and historic contest, Minnesota voters defeated the constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage on Tuesday, striking a blow to same-sex marriage opponents who had succeeded in passing ballot measures in 30 other states.
Rep. Michele Bachmann eked out a victory over DFL challenger Jim Graves. Meanwhile, six other incumbents won easily. Reps. Keith Ellison, Erik Paulsen, Betty McCollum, Tim Walz, Collin Peterson and John Kline all won re-election.
A Dakota County hearing that exposed problems with drug testing at the St. Paul Police crime lab concluded testimony today.
The case is one of more than a hundred in which evidence was sent to the state-run Bureau of Criminal Apprehension lab for retesting after the St. Paul crime lab suspended drug testing in July amid allegations of shoddy science.
A trove of some 14,500 pages from the Boy Scouts' so-called "perversion files" have been made public, and the files show that on numerous occasions local officials helped cover up abuse allegations.
The path through grief after much of his family died in a plane crash has been difficult, but in recent years, David Wellstone has re-entered public life.
A Shattuck-St. Mary's dorm director who killed himself in 2008 had sexual contact for two years with a female foreign student while he and his wife were having marital problems, according to public safety documents.
Organizers of the Anoka Halloween Parade denied the request of a gay youth group to walk in the parade, claiming that the maximum number of "walking units" had been reached, but records show organizers did not submit a request for a parade license until today.
Two nursing home employees were fired after an investigation found they neglected a patient and lied about a fall that caused the patient's death.
Organizers of an annual Halloween parade in Anoka denied a request from a gay youth group to walk in this year's parade.