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.
A lawsuit against St. Paul alleges the city improperly awarded a contract to build a new ballpark.
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler suggested changes today in the wake of the Penn State child abuse case.
Hundreds of people gathered Wednesday evening in remembrance of the late Sen. Paul Wellstone of Minnesota, who was killed in a plane crash ten years ago this month.
A 38-year-old man from Zacatecas, Mexico, and a 30-year-old woman from Portland, Ore., won the annual Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon.
Minnesota fire management officials said the North Minnie fire near Red Lake continued to burn over 24,700 acres.
CenturyLink Inc. and the unions for 700,000 workers in 13 states -- including Minnesota -- have extended talks after their labor contract expired Saturday night.
The Ramsey County Sheriff's Office is resurrecting a horror from the area's past as the theme at its annual Haunted House.
State fire management officers say eight fires in northwest Minnesota have burned about 6,650 acres.
Local hip-hop groups are gathering in Minneapolis on Saturday to raise money to help American Indians who are homeless or have substance abuse problems.
Minnesota Department of Human Services Commissioner Lucinda Jesson has named the members of a task force to examine the Minnesota Sex Offender Program.
Health officials have confirmed two cases of meningitis in Minnesota after the patients received injectable steroids from a pharmacy in Massachusetts.