State health officials say at least 25 people have become sick from Salmonella found in a Mexican-style cheese made with raw milk.
Many gay and lesbian couples in Minnesota are looking forward to Aug. 1, when the law legalizing same-sex marriage goes into effect.
All 149 air traffic control towers that were slated to close will now stay open at least through the summer, the Federal Aviation Administration said Friday.
The walleye season is expected to get off to a slower than usual start this weekend. The walleye opener is typically one of the busiest weekends for resort communities. But this year many of the lakes in northern Minnesota still have ice on them.
Authorities say a collision between a Burlington Northern Santa Fe train and a semi carrying anhydrous ammonia injured at least five people.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers spent the day Saturday building levees in Fargo to protect against the rising Red River.
In what's almost become a city-wide tradition, Fargo residents went about building sandbag defenses on Friday to hold back the rising Red River.
The Federal Aviation Administration has slated 149 air traffic control towers around the country to close later this year because of federal budget cuts know as sequestration. Two of the towers are in Minnesota.
As plows remove snow and exposed a melted layer of snow beneath, the blowing cold air quickly freezes it. That's what has quickly created the icy conditions.
The Department of Corrections hopes to update facilities with funding from state bonding proposals released this week.
A screaming baby is badly burned, but the mother doesn't speak English and paramedics cannot communicate with her. But the stressful episode is diffused because of a new device that quickly helps locate a translator.
For the first time, Gov. Mark Dayton included the Minnesota Children's Museum in his bonding proposal.
Anoka County prosecutors charged an Andover man with third-degree murder of his girlfriend.
The Federal Aviation Administration says it will delay closing nearly 150 air traffic control towers until June 15.
Signs of the sequestration are starting to show up around the state. Organizers on Tuesday canceled the St. Cloud Air Show because the Blue Angels, the Navy's flight demonstration squad that was scheduled to perform at the air show, do not know if they will be able to fly this summer.