Monday was the final day of the Minnesota State Fair, and fair organizers say the 12-day event has drawn strong crowds.
Drunken driving deaths in Minnesota are down 40 percent from 2002, according to a new report.
Limited contact in practice flies in the face of conventional football culture, in which many coaches seek to build tough and imposing teams. But as concerns about injuries and concussions in contact sports grow, one coach's approach is becoming more mainstream.
The state's Department of Commerce today recommended that Xcel Energy continue its solar energy incentive program for another three years.
Across the nation, spiking corn prices and limited supply are forcing a growing number of ethanol plants, including this one in Little Falls, Minn., to temporarily close — yet another symptom of the worst drought in half a century.
The city of St. Cloud is scheduled to swear in its new police chief at 11 a.m. Monday.
Teachers in St. Cloud are due to start voting on a new contract on Monday. The tentative agreement would give teachers their first raise since 2007.
About 200 people marched through parts of South Minneapolis on Sunday to voice opposition to a proposed constitutional amendment that would require voters to show a valid ID at the polls.
The St. Paul Public School District held a commencement ceremony this weekend for more than 100 students who graduated.
Stanley Crooks, chairman of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community - one of the nation's wealthiest tribes - has died. He was 70 years old.
Allegiant Air announced Thursday it will begin regular flights between St. Cloud's Regional Airport and the Phoenix area. The announcement brings air service back to a community that's been without it for nearly three years.
Xcel Energy wants to end a solar energy incentive program in Minnesota by the end of 2013 that many in the solar business say has been the main driver of growth.
The Memorial Day explosion and fire at Verso Paper in Sartell was caused by overheating in one of the mill's air compressors, according to a report by investigators. The explosion killed one employee and injured four others.
Congresswoman Michele Bachmann says her concern about the Muslim Brotherhood's influence on the U.S. government and allegations she made regarding links to fellow Congressman Keith Ellison are about national security, not religion.
Officers on Thursday raided Triple Crown Sweepstakes and seized what authorities allege are illegal gambling devices, similar to video slot machines.