A group of Twin Cities janitors and security officers voted Saturday to authorize a strike.
Two people died after their car went through a Lake Minnetonka channel on Saturday. The Hennepin County Medical Examiner determined both drowned.
Investigators in a death and subsequent fatal chase on Friday in southern Minnesota have identified the two dead as father and son.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture says there are three new emerald ash borer infestations in the Twin Cities.
State lawmakers begin debate on DFL Gov. Mark Dayton's budget this week. Among the many proposals: the governor wants to double state funding for mental health programs in schools. The new money would pay for independent mental health professionals to support existing school programs.
A 39-year-old Richfield man faces charges of criminal vehicular operation after driving into the scene of an unrelated crash, where he hit two patrol cars and injured a state trooper.
As tax season begins, the nonprofit AccountAbility Minnesota is reminding people to beware of predatory tax products. Filers should be wary of tax preparers offering a product called "refund anticipation checks."
Wayzata-based TCF National Bank has agreed to pay a $10 million penalty for violations of the Bank Secrecy Act.
The city of Minneapolis says the water main break that flooded a busy downtown area earlier this month cost $325,000 to repair.
Twin Cities musician Steve Kramer has died. Kramer's business partner, Bob Hest, confirmed he died in his sleep on Saturday night.
The Minnesota Wild go for their second win at home on Sunday night after beating the Colorado Avalanche 4-2 on Saturday. early 20,000 people filled the Xcel Energy Center to watch the Wild take the ice for the first time with new teammates Zach Parise and Ryan Suter.
The Fergus Falls High School Otters marching band will make its second consecutive inaugural parade appearance on Monday.
Forty deputies and supervisors from the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office traveled to Washington, D.C., to help protect the president during the inauguration.
Hundreds of gun rights advocates gathered on the steps of the state Capitol on Saturday to show their opposition to proposed gun control measures backed by President Barack Obama.
On the same day that thousands of people marched through Moscow to protest Russia's new law banning Americans from adopting Russian children, about a dozen Minnesota families concerned about the ban's impact met with U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar on Sunday to discuss how they might be affected by the new law.