A list of recently released mystery novels being featured at Once Upon A Crime mystery bookstore in Uptown Minneapolis. Some of the authors will be signing copies of their books in upcoming weeks.
The tiny, Uptown Minneapolis bookstore crammed with 20,000 mystery titles has developed a strong and loyal following by hosting regular events that give local writers a platform to promote their work among avid mystery readers.
Thirty-four years after Dai Vinh thought his Bronze Star was gone forever, Sen. Al Franken presented Vinh with a new medal.
Two aid organizations with strong ties to Minnesota have sent supplies and relief teams to Libya over the past two weeks as violence and unrest continue nearly a month after protests against Moammar Gadhafi's regime began.
The Minnesota Vikings say its successful lottery scratch-off game might help pay for a new stadium.
The Bouncing Girls are one of the most popular features of the annual St. Paul Winter Carnival Torchlight Parade. It's a tradition that's been around for decades, and still attracts thrill-seekers who try out for the squad every year.
Republican U.S. Rep. Chip Cravaack, vice chairman of the House Subcommittee on Aviation, questioned the need for invasive security screenings for certain groups, including the military.
While many of these names are likely unfamiliar to most people in Minnesota, these 25 people are making an impact in Washington, D.C. The list includes a former senator, advisers to President Barack Obama and members of the media.
A breakfast, rally, march and information fair are among the events to be held in Minnesota on Monday, 25 years after a federal holiday was established to remember Martin Luther King Jr.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has unveiled a new logo for projects funded by the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment.
Joel Waldfogel, who has conducted more than 15 years of research on holiday spending patterns, said Americans will vaporize $14 billion this year by purchasing gifts that have less value to their recipients than they cost.
St. Cloud police are investigating a fraudulent ad after someone claimed a snow blower was free for grabs Wednesday.
Democratic Sen. Al Franken said Wednesday he opposes aspects of a deal to extend tax cuts first enacted under the Bush administration.
Today marks the 69th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that brought the United States into World War II. It was a defining moment in American history, and one in which Minnesotans played a role that's still remembered, by young and old.
A Mankato-based children's book publisher is donating 300,000 overstock books to a nonprofit group that collects and ships books to African countries.