The Minnesota Board on Judicial Standards has reprimanded a Dakota County judge for making numerous -- about 30 -- inappropriate comments during the same trial.
The Mayo Clinic is adding Shriners Hospitals for Children-Twin Cities to its Clinic Care Network, the health care provider announced Wednesday.
People who feel strongly about the gun debate are scheduling their lives around meetings at the Capitol.
Five Minnesota hockey programs are joining to form the state's first Division 1 men's hockey tournament.
The Minneapolis police say they deployed a robot on Friday night to resolve a situation that involved a hostage.
DFL Gov. Mark Dayton is scheduled to speak at rallies in Minneapolis and Duluth on Sunday to protest the U.S. Postal Service's move to limit Saturday mail delivery.
MetroTransit officials say a 55-year-old man is dead after the car he was driving collided with a light rail train.
Two Minnesota airports will have to close their air traffic control towers, the Federal Aviation Administration announced Friday.
A Minnesota House committee has narrowly approved a gun bill that includes a background check provision.
Liberians formerly on temporary residency status in the United States have received a third reprieve from deportation.
Minnesota nurses have agreed to relinquish a legislative goal to establish mandated staffing levels in hospitals. The agreement would also mean that hospitals would publicly disclose their staff levels for the first time.
The last department store in downtown St. Paul will close permanently on Saturday, and nearby small businesses are anxious to see what the impact on them will be.
A Minneapolis restaurant owner and businessman hopes to build a museum to preserve the culture of his homeland.
A bill that would require background checks for nearly all gun buyers will get a vote by the full Minnesota Senate after the Judiciary Committee approved it Thursday night. The bill cleared the committee on a straight party-line vote: Five DFLers voted for the bill and three Republicans voted against it.
A new survey shows 78 percent of households in Minnesota have broadband Internet service.