An officer-involved shooting has left one man dead in an East Side neighborhood of St. Paul.
Cliffs Natural Resources and the United Steelworkers of America have reached tentative agreement on a contract covering union workers.
Already facing more than a dozen charges of criminal sexual conduct with minors, a former teacher at Shattuck-St. Mary's college preparatory school in Faribault had also been previously accused of misconduct at the school.
Minneapolis Police Chief Tim Dolan told a Friday afternoon news conference that the gunman in Thursday's attack was 36-year-old Andrew J. Engeldinger of Minneapolis.
A former supervisor at the state crime lab testified in court Friday that the St. Paul Police Department crime lab's equipment is not properly ventilated and may have spewed illegal drugs and chemical solvents into the air inside the crime lab.
One of the St. Paul police officers placed on administrative leave after the violent arrest of a man last week was a participant in an earlier excessive force case that cost the city $250,000.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has discovered the state's first case of basil downy mildew, a fungus that affects basil plants.
One of the St. Paul police officers placed on administrative leave after the violent arrest of a man last week had been suspended by the St. Paul Police Department in 2010 for excessive force.
A new report shows that many low-income Minnesota families are struggling to afford rental housing.
3M has apparently dropped its bid to buy Avery Dennison's Office and Consumer Products Group on Tuesday after the U.S. Department of Justice threatened to block the deal on antitrust grounds.
With recent polls showing that the economy is one of the biggest issues in the upcoming elections, MPR News is reaching out to contacts in our Public Insight Network to find out how the economy is affecting them.
An officer with the St. Paul Police Department was placed on paid administrative leave Wednesday after a video was posted to the Internet that appears to show him kicking a man on the ground.
After having won two gold medals for swimming in past Paralympic Games, Justin Zook of Plymouth, Minn. is in London this week to compete in the 2012 games.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue is warning taxpayers to beware of a suspected scam where a company attempts to obtain personal financial information over the phone.
Minnesota asks the federal government to waive a number of federal Medicaid rules, which Gov. Mark Dayton says would save the state about $151 million over the next five years. The proposed changes include an emphasis on intervening before Medicaid patients rack up huge medical bills.