This year 180 Minnesota schools have FIRST Robotics teams. That compares with just two teams in 2006, when Lawrence first became involved. In fact, more Minnesota schools have robotics teams than hockey teams.
A 31-year-old man killed his wife and her brother with a sharp object during a domestic dispute, St. Paul police said Tuesday.
Eden Prairie-based grocery giant Supervalu will cut about 1,100 positions from its national workforce, including about 600 in Minnesota, the company announced Tuesday.
A Minnesota filmmaker says he hopes his documentary about frac sand mining will help policy makers understand how the issue is affecting residents and communities.
A 12-year-old boy was arrested Wednesday after police say he falsely reported a shooting at New Prague Middle School.
Senate DFL leaders will release their budget priorities Wednesday, a day after House DFL leaders released theirs.
A list of frac sand mining environmental regulations and a description of how each state approaches them.
Mining experts say Minnesota's frac sand rules are already more stringent than Wisconsin's, and that could affect the industry's growth in the two states.
A larger percentage of parents say they won't have their teen daughters vaccinated for human papilloma virus, or HPV, a Mayo Clinic study has found.
A state Senate committee has stalled efforts to ban a substance commonly found in antibacterial soap.
The St. Charles City Council on Tuesday rejected a land annexation request that could have made way for a major frac sand processing facility within city limits.
Formaldehyde is sometimes released from chemicals in personal care products like bubble bath. BPA -- bisphenol -- has been used to line baby food jar lids.
A state Senate panel on Tuesday will consider making Minnesota the first state to ban triclosan, a common ingredient in antibacterial soap.
IBM says it's moving three of its product manufacturing operations out of Rochester. The changes will start later this year and be completed in mid-2014.
The following is a timeline of the events that led to Lynn Seibel being charged with multiple counts of criminal sexual conduct related to his alleged actions while teaching at Shattuck-St. Mary's, a private boarding school in Faribault, Minn.