Each player in a Minnesota Warriors jersey, from Vietnam vets to young men coming home from the conflicts in the Middle East, were injured or disabled during their military service.
B. Todd Jones, Minnesota's U.S. attorney, says a new policy on targeting U.S. citizens abroad who are believed to be involved in terrorism could apply to the roughly two dozen young Minnesota men that allegedly joined the terrorist group al-Shabab.
Hennepin County prosecutors filed charges against 20 people on Friday for operating a methamphetamine ring that authorities say targeted the Hmong community.
Sen. Chuck Grassley said he's concerned that UCare returned $30 million to the state as a gift to avoid reimbursing money to the federal government.
Tom Gillaspy is retiring in a Minnesota with a significantly older population than in 1979 when he took the helm as state demographer.
A new St. Paul park might land in Frogtown, a neighborhood short on green space but, for an urban community, long on interest in farming.
The McKnight Foundation has awarded $6 million in grant money to improve literacy efforts at two Minnesota school districts.
Minnesota American Indian tribes and their allies in the state Legislature are seeking to plug a gap in child custody laws opened by a state Supreme Court decision last year.
The new Minnesota Vikings stadium deal unveiled Thursday faces a hurdle at the Minneapolis City Council, where a majority of council members have opposed similar stadium plans in the past.
The Minnesota Vikings could stay in downtown Minneapolis, in a new stadium on the existing Metrodome site, under an agreement announced Thursday by the team, the city and state officials.
A driver was injured in Monday when someone threw a six-inch iron vise through the windshield of his vehicle.
Rates of prescription opiate abuse have steadily risen across the country. But Minnesota is unique because it's also seeing a large jump in heroin abuse.
A southern Minnesota farmer was sentenced to two years probation and 100 hours of community service at a wildlife preserve for killing hundreds of protected white pelicans last May.
In an affidavit filed Friday in Hennepin County District Court, Amy Senser swore that she has never received treatment for chemical dependency issues.
Hiawatha light rail trains disrupted after cables snapped on a bike and pedestrian bridge in Minneapolis are back to their normal schedules as of Friday at 1:15 p.m.