The man who police suspect of shooting and killing his former business partner was taken into custody without incident.
The 8th annual Babes in Bikeland race for mostly 'WTF' -- women, transgender and femme -- riders happens in Minneapolis on Saturday.
The Waseca County Attorney's office originally charged LaDue in early May with four counts of first-degree attempted murder, two counts of attempted criminal damage to property and six counts of possessing explosives.
A Minneapolis neighborhood will host the third annual Powderhorn PorchFest, which features 25 bands, along two blocks of 17th Avenue on Saturday.
The nonprofit Land and Parks Alliance of Minneapolis argues an appropriate environmental review hasn't been conducted on the route.
Stearns County prosecutors say that a 32-year-old man shook his baby son hard enough to cause a brain injury that led to the child's death.
The accident occurred near Highway 47 at about 8:30 p.m.
Minneapolis Public Schools has declared a moratorium on suspending its youngest students for non-violent behavior.
The "Fight for $15" campaign has spread across the country in recent years. It's the first time that workers in Minnesota have officially joined in.
All seven vehicles used by the department to respond to medical emergencies will be stocked with Narcan, a drug that can reverse opiate overdoses.
Storm clusters will also take aim at Minnesota's Arrowhead and northern Wisconsin Thursday afternoon.
Late night incident is the first armed robbery of a vendor in Minnesota State Fair history.
The project still needs final approval from the City Council and city Planning Commission.
In a statement released Saturday, union president Dave Titus said he stands behind the officers involved.
Administrators at St. Cloud State University are instituting a "flexible hiring freeze" in an attempt to stabilize the school's finances.