The son of a Minneapolis business owner who was gunned down in September has been invited to President Barack Obama's State of the Union address.
A seminar to help businesses learn how best to hire and retain veterans will take place in Duluth on Friday.
Bryant Deshawn Elliott, 20, of Minneapolis has pleaded guilty to a fatal shooting in north Minneapolis last June.
Grants to build eight new biking and hiking trails across the state have been awarded by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Repairs are nearly complete on the downtown Minneapolis water main that ruptured on Thursday.
Metro Transit workers voted Monday to approve a new three-year contract.
Izzy's Ice Cream pulls three ice cream flavors over concerns that cinnamon from an outside supplier was contaminated.
Hennepin County authorities have charged a 34-year-old man for a fatal stabbing in south Minneapolis over the weekend.
Minnesotans for Safe Driving are highlighting the success of Hennepin County's DWI court in rehabilitating people charged with drunken driving.
Survivors of the 2005 shooting at Red Lake Senior High School traveled to Connecticut this week to offer support to residents of Newtown. Twenty-six people died in a shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School a week ago Friday.
Amid a contentious labor dispute, locked-out musicians of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra are bringing their former music director back for a performance of Handel's Messiah on Thursday and Friday.
Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek was among a group of law enforcement officials that met with Vice President Joe Biden to talk about gun violence on Thursday.
Although guns are typically banned in Minnesota's public schools, there are a few exceptions.
A Minneapolis man was charged Wednesday in a car accident that killed one and injured two others on Interstate 94 last year.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg today met with survivors of recent mass shootings across the country, including the son of a man killed at Accent Signage Systems in Minneapolis in late September.