Human Services Commissioner Lucinda Jesson wants to transfer six offenders with special needs from a compound in Moose Lake to a remodeled, lower-security building in the central Minnesota town.
Burnsville police says they've uncovered evidence that shows 20-year-old Anarae Schunk may have been the victim of a homicide.
A Minnesota-based pizza company is recalling some of its products because they contain an allergen that isn't mentioned on the packaging.
A New Ulm theater has canceled a production of "Inherit the Wind" after objections that the play is not compatible with the Bible.
The family of Terrance Franklin will move ahead with a civil lawsuit against Minneapolis police after the 22-year-old man's shooting death in the basement of an Uptown neighborhood home in May.
The seat license plan is expected to give fans legal ownership of seats. They'll still have to buy tickets every year. It's not clear yet how much the Vikings plan to charge.
Twenty-seven of the houses are currently under construction.
The people who brought civil suits argued that officials with the Minnesota Departments of Public Safety and Natural Resources failed to implement systems to adequately protect residents' private data.
Police presented a multimedia account of the shooting death of Terrance Franklin after a grand jury cleared officers of wrongdoing in the May 10 incident. Until Thursday, Minneapolis Chief of Police Janee Harteau said little about what happened.
A state senator says the $9 million marketing campaign for the state's new online health insurance marketplace is under review for its appeal to minority groups.
Rubble from the building where fire officials believe the blaze began early Friday morning - the Islamic Center of Winona - has been carted to the city's central fire station where investigators are combing through the debris.
Human Services Commissioner Lucinda Jesson says officials have identified six intellectually disabled sex offenders who could be moved to a less restrictive, but secure, site in Cambridge. The move could happen next year with court approval.
Legalizing same sex marriage has raised a host of questions for Minnesota officials -- from the relatively simple, like how to replace the words "husband" and "wife" on forms, to the more complicated, such as whether two incarcerated people can marry.
The winner of the "What would you do with $1 million to make Saint Paul great?" challenge will be announced on Monday.
Zebra mussels have been found in Lake Hiawatha, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board says.