A man and a woman are dead after a shooting at a Cottage Grove strip mall.
The Minnesota Department of Health is reporting two new confirmed cases of fungal meningitis in a national outbreak tied to tainted steroids.
St. Paul Assistant Police Chief Robert Thomasser said his department has been shaken by two fatal officer-involved shootings Tuesday.
A group of Twin Cities religious leaders called for an apology for a same-sex marriage ban supporter's comments that compared gay marriage advocates' tactics to those used by Adolph Hitler in Nazi Germany.
The Stearns County sheriff's office said a deputy shot and wounded an armed man suspected of homicide early Sunday.
The state departments of health, public safety and transportation are gathering 900 experts from across Minnesota on Monday to discuss new traffic challenges.
After a two-year rebound, factory employment in Minnesota has decreased in recent months in part because manufacturers are worried about the European economy, the U.S. elections and slowing domestic demand for consumer products.
The state Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans will hold a forum on Sunday to discuss its new report, which shows refugee students in Minnesota score much lower in math and reading than all Asian Pacific students in Minnesota.
The cause of a March 2011 explosion in Minneapolis has been released by the Minnesota Office of Pipeline Safety in a final report on the matter.
Former state Sen. George Pillsbury, of Minnesota's storied Pillsbury family, died at his home in Wayzata on Saturday at age 91.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources' most recent report on hydrologic conditions in the state says the drought is spreading and getting more severe.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has agreed to hear the Prairie Island Indian Community's concerns about extending the license for a nearby nuclear waste storage facility.
The Minnesota Department of Health on Saturday confirmed a fourth case of fungal meningitis in the state linked to steroids produced by a Massachusetts pharmacy.
During a visit to the U of M's Humphrey School on Friday, the president of the NAACP denounced proposed amendments to the Minnesota Constitution.
Law enforcement officials say a training exercise at Century College on Sunday with a simulated shooter was not planned in response to recent violence, specifically the workplace shooting that left seven dead in Minneapolis.