An Otsego man will appear in Wright County court Wednesday for catching hundreds of fish over the legal limit.
A 26-year-old student teacher at Simley High School in Inver Grove Heights has been charged after allegedly sending a naked picture of herself to a 17-year-old student.
The oldest cemetery in Minneapolis is hosting a rock concert by the Duluth band Low in June.
A Minnesota Supreme Court Judicial Appeal panel decided Friday to deny a civilly committed sex offender's petition for release from the Minnesota Sex Offender Program.
As firefighters continue to battle the wildfire south of Ely, authorities have lifted the evacuation order within city limits.
A Minnesota grand jury has indicted a national right-to-die group and several members for their actions in the 2007 suicide of a suburban Minneapolis woman, prosecutors announced Monday.
The University of Minnesota's Board of Regents has approved a preliminary agreement to allow the Minnesota Vikings to play in TCF Bank Stadium.
Gov. Mark Dayton on Thursday signed legislation into law that will reopen a northeast Minnesota economic development agency's books to the public.
The Minnesota Senate has voted 38-28 in favor of a bill that would finance a new stadium for the Minnesota Vikings. The vote came just before midnight Tuesday, after 10 hours of debate. The Senate version of the bill must now be reconciled with the House version, which was approved Monday night.
By a 73-58 margin Monday night, the Minnesota House of Representatives approved funding for a $975 million Vikings stadium at the site of the Metrodome in Minneapolis.
A woman being held at Hennepin County jail in Minneapolis died on Monday.
Gov. Mark Dayton signed a bill Friday that allows more gambling tables at state racetracks and opens the gate to simulcast horse racing at tribal casinos.
A student at Robbinsdale Cooper High School died Thursday after collapsing while playing basketball.
Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed a bill Thursday that would have forced school boards and teachers unions to consider teacher performance when making layoff decisions, rather than just seniority.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says deaths from bicycle accidents on state roads are at their lowest since 2007. But the number of bicyclists injured in accidents in 2011 also slightly increased.