The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is looking for Wyatt Nordrum, 7, who officials believe was abducted from St. Louis County.
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis says it has fired an employee investigated for irregularities involving credit card transactions.
Vikings vice president Lester Bagley says the team will fight against the Metropolitan Sports Facilities' new interpretation of the Metrodome lease, in which they say that the team has to play in the facility through next year.
Rep. Tim Walz, D-Minn, said the Congressional budget supercommittee will probably need to make changes in farm subsidy programs.
The Minnesota Department of Corrections is searching for a sex offender who fled his supervised release program.
Crews are using non-traditional tactics to fight a fire burning in the Agassiz National Wildlife Refuge in northwestern Minnesota.
Health officials have linked six cases of salmonella to contaminated organic eggs from an Owatonna farm.
Freeway closures will complicate rush hour for commuters Friday on I-35E in St. Paul.
A woman killed by a Golden Valley police officer has been police officer as 58-year-old Katherine Marie Gordon of California.
The State Patrol is still trying to reconstruct how an Augsburg freshman was fatally injured midnight Tuesday.
Medtronic has won a $101.2 million dollar award in a patent infringement case.
Minnesota parents aren't doing enough to properly secure their children in car seats.
Two women and one man were found dead after a neighbor notified police.
After months of negotiations and a threatened strike, nurses at Sanford Bemidji Health Center approved a new contract Tuesday night that includes a 3 percent pay increase over three years and more say in staffing and scheduling.
Approval has been given for preliminary engineering work on a new light-rail line that if built would become the third in the Twin Cities.