Xcel Energy said Saturday that utility crews were working as fast as they can in dangerous conditions to restore power.
A new report shows that as heroin remains the dominant drug among abusers in the Twin Cities, methamphetamines are making a comeback.
A member of the Native Mob street gang has been sentenced to 43 years in federal prison for killing a possible informant.
State officials say that recent warm, wet weather will likely lead to more ticks and mosquitoes this summer. Experts are particularly worried now about ticks that can transmit several diseases.
Long-assimilated refugees mingled with new arrivals on Saturday at an annual event that brings Minnesota's refugee community together.
A coalition of Minnesota county officials, senior advocates, health care providers and banks is launching a statewide educational campaign on elder abuse.
The Sherburne County Sheriff's Office and Ramsey County Medical Examiner's Office were investigating the deaths of a married couple.
A man required to register as a predatory offender was able to pose as a personal care assistant at the Courage Center in Golden Valley and have sex with a client, according to a criminal complaint filed in Hennepin County District Court.
Calls to 911 when a landslide buried two children in St. Paul's Lilydale Park last month reveal confusion over how to get emergency help to the victims.
Protestors continue to call for an independent investigation into the death of a man shot by police in a Minneapolis basement.
Law enforcement personnel seized hundreds of pounds of unmarked or mis-marked pills including penicillin, steroids and opiates from the Hmongtown Marketplace in St. Paul, according to the Ramsey County Sheriff's office.
Law enforcement agencies were investigating several shootings in the metro area this weekend.
Two people died after their boat overturned on Lac qui Parle Lake, near Montevideo in west central Minnesota.
The future routes of freight rail and light rail in the southwest metro area will be the topic at two open houses this week held by the Metropolitan Council.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will join Gov. Mark Dayton and members of Minnesota's congressional delegation in St. Paul on Monday to kick off a new project aimed at improving water quality.