Federal authorities charged a 22-year-old man Tuesday on charges that he called in phony bomb threats to the Mall of America and Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Big crowds are expected at the Minnesota Capitol Thursday as the Minnesota House prepares to vote on a bill to legalize same-sex marriage.
Students at Murdock Elementary School in west-central Minnesota are expected to return to their classrooms Wednesday after a leak of anhydrous ammonia prompted a precautionary evacuation.
Authorities say a collision between a Burlington Northern Santa Fe train and a semi carrying anhydrous ammonia injured at least five people.
Police in Eden Prairie say analysis shows the presence of Matula's DNA in a blood sample from a jacket found in Roe's vehicle.
A judge has refused to stop the St. Croix River bridge project amid a federal lawsuit over minority contractor participation.
The Minnesota Senate has passed a bill that extends in-state public college tuition rates to children of people who are not in the country legally.
A lawsuit could delay the St. Croix Crossing bridge project and cost the state millions, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
State health officials are planning to add new vaccination requirements for children in school and day care.
State officials are investigating after a worker was killed on the job at a northern Minnesota lumber mill over the weekend.
The top federal judge in Minnesota says the sequestration budget cuts are having a major impact on the court system here.
The owner of a Minneapolis company that helps Somali immigrants send money to relatives in east Africa says it will be much easier to do business now that a major bank in Minnesota has agreed to process the transactions.
Server glitches interrupted online administering of the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment test Tuesday. However students who were not able to finish may resume their exams on Wednesday.
More than 500 Minnesotans were among the thousands who ran the Boston Marathon today. One of those who narrowly escaped deadly explosions was Hennepin County Judge Jay Quam.
Workers spent the day Wednesday removing graffiti from Temple Israel synagogue in Minneapolis. The vandalism happened on the second night of Passover, but it doesn't appear to be anti-Semitic.