Michael Hansen, who was cleared of murdering his daughter on Friday, says he's eager to resume a normal life after being in prison for six years.
Charges are dropped against Michael Hansen, an Alexandria man who served six years in prison for the 2006 murder of his daughter before a judge overturned the conviction in July.
Frequently asked questions about the wilderness fire in northeastern Minnesota.
The Pagami Creek Fire that started in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness has now engulfed about 100,000 acres, prompting officials to consider more evacuations.
A medical examiner was found to be in compliance with Minnesota statutes and with the terms of his contract, Ramsey County officials say.
A new jury will assemble in an Alexandria courtroom in late September to decide whether to convict Michael Hansen of killing his infant daughter.
Ramsey County is investigating the work of Dr. Michael McGee, who has served as the county's chief medical examiner for 26 years, after a Douglas County judge found he gave false testimony in a murder trial.
Michael Hansen, a Minnesota man convicted of killing his infant daughter, was released on bail Thursday after he was granted a new trial based on new evidence presented by the Innocence Project of Minnesota.
A decision by President Barack Obama will allow most Liberians living in the United States since that country's civil war 20 years ago to stay another 18 months.
The father of a U.S. soldier and Minnesota native who was killed in Afghanistan speaks in his memory.
A soldier who graduated from Fosston High School in 2000 has been killed in Afghanistan, apparently as his U.S. Army unit was a recovering a damaged military vehicle.
Residents in east-central Minnesota, alarmed by the sight of neighbors living in cars, tents and storage sheds, have vowed to create a safe space for people hit hard by the economic downturn.
Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about Asian carp, an invasive species of fish that is traveling north on the Mississippi River and threatening to enter the Great Lakes.
The suit says school officials failed to intervene to help a 15-year-old student at Jackson Middle School who was being harassed and physically assaulted by fellow students because of her sexual orientation and perceived gender nonconformity.
New data show home prices fell in the Twin Cities last month, as financially distressed properties made up nearly four in 10 sales for a second month in a row.