Here are some answers to questions about recreational vehicles under Minnesota law.
Raids across the country last week arrested more than 3,100 immigrants, many of whom had previously been convicted of serious crimes. The operation included 56 arrests in Minnesota.
Greyhound announced that it will not station buses in the St. Paul Union Depot transit hub when it opens at the end of the year.
Minnesota-based 3M has received a $3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to find ways to make hydrogen fuel cells cheaper.
A Blaine High School girls assistant basketball coach was charged today with criminal sexual conduct with a 14-year-old player.
Former legislator and St. Cloud community leader Larry Haws died today, according to his daughter, Kelly Haws. He was 72.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota has filed a lawsuit on behalf of an activist who was detained and banned from a federal building in Minneapolis last year after writing with chalk on a public sidewalk.
A Ramsey County District judge today ordered the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to halt administrative actions on a metal-scrapping facility in north Minneapolis.
Three suspects charged in the death of a St. Paul man last week. Among the weapons allegedly used in the killing are a Japanese-style sword, a hammer and a bayonet.
One Bemidji company is benefiting from Sen. Rick Santorum's penchant for sweater vests.
Minneapolis school administers and teachers announced Thursday that they have reached a tentative contract agreement.
Members of the state House of Representatives are debating on a proposal to amend the constitution to require voters to show photo identification at polls.
A 39-year-old West St. Paul man is being held on $1 million bail after being charged with the attempted murder of two police officers.
The Iraq War veteran said he wasn't scared away from the Capitol by a tough first term that included a state shutdown and contentious debates about same-sex marriage.
Hal Leonard Publishing Company has settled a sexual harassment case at their Winona facilities for $150,000.