Arson investigators are examining the site of a large house fire in south Minneapolis early Saturday that killed one occupant and injured four others.
Prosecutors and defense attorneys in Washington, Ramsey and Dakota counties are trying to figure out how to proceed after revelations last week that evidence in their narcotics cases may have been mishandled.
Senior Commander Colleen Luna of the St. Paul Police Department will lead the reorganization of the crime lab.
The St. Paul City Council has unanimously approved a plan to fund a new downtown ballpark.
A woman swimming in Island Lake, 17 miles north of Duluth, said she was bitten 25 times by an otter on Saturday night.
A group of Duluth residents is looking for volunteers to help document the city's network of flood-damaged streams.
Today, the WNBA starts a five-week break as the Olympics soon get underway. That means rest for some of the Minnesota Lynx, last year's champions, but not for three of its players: forward Maya Moore, and guards Seimone Augustus and Lindsay Whelan are headed to London.
The Minnesota Department of Health says waterborne illnesses are at a 10-year high for the state.
The Hennepin County Sheriff's Office is investigating the drowning of a 6-year-old boy.
The police in St. Paul said a man was fatally shot on the city's north side.
Minnesota has joined a growing number of states allowing prison inmates to receive email.
The Ramsey County Attorney's Office today charged a 50-year-old man with criminal vehicular homicide in the death of a teenage girl Thursday.
Sought-after free agents Zach Parise and Ryan Suter have agreed to 13-year contracts with the Minnesota Wild.
Officials in Pierce County in Wisconsin say an autistic boy missing since about noon Tuesday is back with his family.
Alumni of the Peace Corps will hold their first national gathering in a decade this weekend in Minneapolis.