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.
Police and St. John's Hospital say 68-year-old Charles Logan, Sr. of St. Paul hit four nurses with a metal bar early Sunday morning.
Ahead of the march, Clyde Bellecourt, an organizer, repeated something he's been saying for decades: Washington's team name is a slur.
When football fans arrive Sunday at the University of Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium for the Vikings game, they'll be greeted by a group of protesters from across the country.
A bank supervisor, three check counterfeiters, and even a door-to-door meat seller are accused of stealing or planning to steal millions of dollars.
The plaintiffs -- all former captains -- range in age from 48 to 60 and say they were forced out of their jobs after the department eliminated the captain's rank.
Maplewood Police Chief Paul Schnell said the 19-year-old arrested in connection with the weekend death of Terrence Jermaine Woods is no longer a suspect.
Deacon Joseph Damiani has sued his brothers for defamation, arguing they falsely accused him of abuse. A review board found "distinct difference" in witness stories.