Video games, television and the Internet continue to consume children's lives, contributing to a childhood obesity epidemic the United States has struggled with for decades.
If you haven't filed your income taxes yet, you're not alone. Even with the deadline a mere day away, hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans have yet to file their taxes.
Fans are already starting to gather around Target Field for today's Twins home opener.
More than 150 beer distributors are expected in northeast Minneapolis Tuesday and Wednesday as the company that owns Grain Belt rolls out a new beer named after the area.
High school teams across Minnesota will compete in a regional robotics competition beginning today at the University of Minnesota.
Minneapolis will join cities across the nation tonight and go dark for one hour.
The contractor running Minnesota's appliance-rebate program says suspicious activity may have contributed to the crash of the Web site on the first day of the program.
Dozens of ex-offenders gathered at the State Capitol on Monday to urge lawmakers to make it easier for people like them to find jobs and access housing.
Scrolls that contain some of the oldest written records of the Hebrew Bible go on display soon at the Science Museum of Minnesota.
Minnesota health officials are seeing an increase in the use of khat, a stimulant drug used by some Somali refugees living in Minnesota.