Minneapolis police say they have identified two juveniles suspected of throwing a Molotov cocktail at a bicyclist on the Midtown Greenway.
Chad Cummings, general manager and co-owner of Radio Works LLC., speaks with MPR News about the weather in southeast Minnesota.
The state may give new life to a program that helps low income people build savings to fund an education, a business, or the purchase of a home. When program participants save $40 a month in an account the program adds $120. FAIM says it has helped nearly 1,800 people save $2.5 million over the last 12 years. But the program lost its state funding two years ago and wasn't included in the governor's first proposed budget this year.
The McKnight Foundation says it's focusing its climate-related efforts on the Midwest, beginning with a $25 million grant to two organizations.
The public has to push lawmakers to address ethical questions about the use of drones for killing and surveillance, DFL Rep. Keith Ellison said.
Officials at a minimum-security federal prison camp near Duluth say two white-collar criminals have escaped. U.S. Marshal Service spokesman Thomas Volk says 64-year-old Michael Krzyzaniak and 67-year-old Gerald Greenfield are missing.
The Minnesota Board on Judicial Standards has reprimanded a Dakota County judge for making numerous -- about 30 -- inappropriate comments during the same trial.
The Mayo Clinic is adding Shriners Hospitals for Children-Twin Cities to its Clinic Care Network, the health care provider announced Wednesday.
People who feel strongly about the gun debate are scheduling their lives around meetings at the Capitol.
Five Minnesota hockey programs are joining to form the state's first Division 1 men's hockey tournament.
The Minneapolis police say they deployed a robot on Friday night to resolve a situation that involved a hostage.
DFL Gov. Mark Dayton is scheduled to speak at rallies in Minneapolis and Duluth on Sunday to protest the U.S. Postal Service's move to limit Saturday mail delivery.
MetroTransit officials say a 55-year-old man is dead after the car he was driving collided with a light rail train.
Two Minnesota airports will have to close their air traffic control towers, the Federal Aviation Administration announced Friday.
A Minnesota House committee has narrowly approved a gun bill that includes a background check provision.