Despite disagreement in the legislature about appropriate cuts in this year's farm bill, Rep. Collin Peterson expressed optimism that it could still pass Congress this year.
Health officials are still investigating an outbreak of 97 reported cases of cryptosporidiosis contracted at a water park in Duluth.
Following a spate of prescription drug thefts by medical staff, law enforcement and medical groups are recommending increased safeguards over drug supplies at hospitals.
Much of the birds' comeback has been due to a recovery project started in the late 1970s,
A man convicted of killing a police officer in 1985 was denied parole in a hearing Monday.
Hennepin County authorities have decided not to charge a man arrested in last week's killing of Jody Patzner Jr. in north Minneapolis.
The FBI are investigating the death of a woman injured at Red Lake Reservation last week.
Kansas Highway Patrol investigators are still trying to determine what caused a motor home crash on April 1 that killed five members of a Minnesota family and injured 13 others.
Inside the surgery vehicle, every possible space is taken up with medical supplies, operating tables and even a skinny closet packed with blankets for recovering felines and canines.
Excitement over the Mega Millions lottery jackpot helped the Minnesota State Lottery set an all-time sales record last month. The lottery took in $61.6 million in March.
Although building permits in March are up about 50 percent in the Twin Cities from the same time last year, the industry still inches into recovery.
The fossil remains of a feathered dinosaur as big as a school bus were recently discovered in China, according to an account in the journal <i>Nature</i>.
A fire that engulfed a field in Brooklyn Park on Wednesday has been contained by firefighters.
In 2007, public documents show that Iron Range Resources did not adequately oversee its loans of $9.5 million to the owner of a coal gasification plant. But in 2010, access was denied to those same documents, due to a change in the law exempting the economic development agency from releasing basic financial information.
Law enforcement authorities today recovered the body of a man they believe jumped from the I-35W bridge in Minneapolis two weeks ago.