Officials would not provide any details, nor would they say if the child had any other health problems.
The state unemployment rate slipped to a seasonally adjusted 3.7 percent, officials say.
The big drop in oil prices affects anyone doing business with North Dakota oil producers, but some see it as temporary and Minnesota companies say they remain optimistic.
The Metropolitan Airports Commission voted Monday to approve the policy, which covers workers including cabin cleaners, cart drivers, and wheelchair assistants.
The Target breach was the first in a series that one cyber security report called "a rampage of attacks on U.S retailers," and made data security a top-of-mind issue for many.
Garrison Keillor said Wednesday that one of his longtime musical guests will fill in as host of two shows in February.
Police say a 16-year-old girl was treated for minor injuries after a man drove through a crowd at Lake Street and Minnehaha Avenue. The driver is listed as a suspect.
Students and activists across the state Tuesday protested the Missouri grand jury's decision. Rallies were peaceful, although a woman was hit by a car during a late afternoon rally in Minneapolis.
The Metropolitan Council released three different bridge concepts for the Kenilworth channel crossing in Minneapolis Monday.
Minneapolis book publisher Allan Kornblum has died of complications from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. He was 65.
UCare marketing director Dan Ness said the company canceled its contract because the report "truly offended" many of UCare's members, friends and business partners.
MNsure spokesman Joe Campbell said the online system has been stable — and callers to MNsure's telephone contact center only had to wait a minute or two to be connected.
The state exchange had a disastrous debut a year ago, but agency officials expect the process to go much more smoothly this time around.
July 1, 2015 is the deadline for the health department to fully implement the law and have medical marijuana available only for the people on the registry.
In four separate lawsuits, the University of Minnesota claims Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T are illegally using technology developed at the U.