Demonstrators are holding the rally in advance of a congressional vote on President Barack Obama's war resolution.
Investigators say the City of St Paul could not have known about the potential danger to a class of fourth graders on a fossil-hunting field trip on May 22, of whom two died. Families of the victims say the city is trying to avoid responsibility.
Minnesota's sex offender program detains offenders indefinitely after they've served their prison sentences because county judges thought they were at high risk to re-offend. The program currently holds about 680 people.
U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., drew a crowd of hundreds of Minnesota Latinos on Sunday afternoon at an appearance in a south Minneapolis church. Gutierrez was hosted by U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., who called Gutierrez one of the faces of the immigration reform movement.
A 38-year-old Eveleth man died after being struck by a train just before 3 a.m. Sunday in northeast Minnesota.
Free supplies and resources including haircuts and employment counseling will be available this week at a back-to-school event for families in need.
The family members of a man shot by Brooklyn Center police on Friday are calling for a swift and thorough investigation into his death.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak and others on Saturday marked the 70th anniversary of what's believed to be one of the last remaining World War II Victory Community Gardens.
A environmental review of the PolyMet project in northeast Minnesota will be released Nov. 22, officials with the DNR said Friday.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is seeking the public's help to find a driver who hit a construction worker on Interstate 694 late Wednesday.
Lawyers representing hundreds of offenders held indefinitely in the Minnesota Sex Offender Program have asked a federal judge to declare it unconstitutional.
Minneapolis police have leads in the Tuesday shooting of a toddler, pregnant woman and teen boy in north Minneapolis, but they need more people to come forward.
Officials from the Minnesota Office of Higher Education will hold a workshop at Augsburg College Monday for students applying for financial aid under the state's new Dream Act.
Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox will be the faces of MNsure, Minnesota's new online health insurance marketplace.
People protesting the fatal shooting of Terrance Franklin continued to demand prosecutions of Minneapolis police Saturday despite news of a pending grand jury investigation.