Online retailers don't always charge sales tax, but that doesn't mean you don't have to pay it.
College students are eligible for H1N1 immunization but the vaccine is still not available everywhere.
Minnesota food pantries, homeless
shelters and other assistance programs report an increase in need
for services even as the nation's economy shows signs of improving.
U2 will perform at the University of Minnesota's new TCF Bank Stadium on June 27, 2010.
Police have charged a north Minneapolis woman with animal cruelty after an investigation last month.
Wet weather conditions are making it hard for Minnesota farmers to have a good harvest this year.
Twelve dogs confiscated last month in an animal cruelty investigation will be available for adoption today.
A Hennepin County jury has found a man guilty for hiring a friend to attack his pregnant girlfriend.
St. Cloud's new bridge over the Mississippi River corrects design flaws that were present in the I-35W bridge that collapsed in Minneapolis.
As hospitals take steps to protect patients from H1N1, children, like a girl in California getting her temperature checked, above, are not necessarily welcome.
Duluth residents and visitors now have a chance to own a piece of the city's iconic Aerial Lift Bridge.
Gov. Tim Pawlenty will be in California tonight to speak to a conservative group.
Minnesota Congressman Tim Walz is asking the U.S. Agriculture Department for emergency help for the nation's pork producers.
A national report card released today gives three Minnesota colleges top marks for their sustainability efforts, but other area schools didn't fare so well.
The Minneapolis-based PACER Center is hosting an event against bullying today at the Mall of America.