Officials expect up to 3,000 attendees, including numerous fellow officers, at funeral services Wednesday for the Cold Spring police officer who was shot and killed last week.
The Stearns County Attorney says she still doesn't have enough evidence to charge Ryan Larson with the murder of Cold Spring Police Officer Tom Decker.
A funeral for the two teenagers who were shot and killed on Thanksgiving Day will take place in the central Minnesota town of Little Falls Saturday morning.
A victory by U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann, who narrowly won re-election to a fourth term, was one of few bright spots in an otherwise rough election for Republicans around the state as well as the nation.
Rep. Michele Bachmann eked out a victory over DFL challenger Jim Graves. Meanwhile, six other incumbents won easily. Reps. Keith Ellison, Erik Paulsen, Betty McCollum, Tim Walz, Collin Peterson and John Kline all won re-election.
As Election Day comes down to the wire, Minnesota is getting some last-minute attention from both the Obama and Romney campaigns. Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan and former President Bill Clinton were both here on Sunday.
Xcel Energy filed a request for a $285 million rate increase on Friday with the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission.
The Public Utilities Commission has ordered Xcel Energy to study the future of its Sherco coal-fired power plant.
This fall, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources' annual gillnet survey in Lake Mille Lacs turned up half as many walleye as last year -- a 40-year low. But at least at this point, it's hard to know what the DNR's numbers mean.
Republican U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann faced Democrat Jim Graves for the first time Tuesday in a debate that featured clashes over taxes, health care and a bridge that isn't even part of Minnesota's 6th District to the north and west of Minneapolis.
Rep. Michele Bachmann dropped out of the presidential race after a near last-place finish in the Iowa Caucuses. But despite the failed campaign, the run elevated Bachmann's national profile and her message reached more Americans than ever before.
In the 6th District, it's better to be known to all, than not known at all. As a political newcomer taking on a three-term incumbent, Jim Graves is putting his career in business at the center of his campaign.
Verso Paper has paid the city of Sartell nearly $400,000 for putting out a Memorial Day paper mill fire.
Religion, age and family drive a struggle for the votes of St. Cloud citizens.
Sixth Congressional District foes Michele Bachmann and Jim Graves are taking turns knocking each others' business records.