Four teenagers at Century Middle School in Lakeville are facing gross misdemeanor charges for allegedly taking and forwarding pictures of two girls undressing in a locker room.
Civil Air Patrol crews are continuing to search the Arrowhead region of northeastern Minnesota for a twin-engine plane that went missing Friday.
The Vikings' new wide receiver Jerome Simpson is facing a three-game unpaid suspension and an NFL fine because of a drug conviction earlier this year.
A Canterbury Park horse racing track is getting a major financial boost from former competitor, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community. Over the next decade, $75 million will be given to the racetrack to subsidize prize purses and in return, Canterbury will oppose legislative effort to establish trackside casinos.
Support staff at eight Twin Cities hospitals have approved a new three-year contract.
The Hennepin County board has scuttled plans for a new $12 million library in north Minneapolis.
A Hennepin County judge has set a May 31 hearing on a motion for a new trial for Amy Senser or have verdicts thrown out. Attorney Eric Nelson says the trial judge should have informed the court of a note passed along from the jury that said they believed Senser believed that she had hit another vehicle and not a person.
The Chipotle restaurant chain is facing a new criminal investigation related to its hiring practices.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is releasing details about its plans for the state's first regulated wolf hunting and trapping season in decades.
Firefighters in northeastern Minnesota say they are making progress battling a fire near Ely.
The fire remains 60 percent contained, an official said, and crews have lowered their estimate of the number of acres blackened to 175.
Avoid eating shellfish imported from South Korea, advises the Minnesota Department of Agriculture.
The state health department says workers at two nursing homes reportedly stole pain medication from their employers.
Support staff at eight Twin Cities hospitals will not strike, having reached a tentative agreement.
City residents can expect to see road work through spring and summer, as road crews in Minneapolis will repave 70 miles of city streets this year.
Support staff at eight Twin Cities hospitals have authorized a strike. Ninety-one percent of the 3,500 members of the Service Employees International Union voted in favor of a walkout.