The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota is warning the public about a suspected identity theft operation that targets people by spoofing their cell phone numbers on caller ID.
More than a thousand people stood in line to meet the former Secretary of State in St. Paul.
Officers have arrested 27 people. They're suspected of selling marijuana, prescription drugs and meth, among other drugs.
The Minnesota DNR has found invasive carp farther upstream in the Mississippi than the fish has previously been encountered.
Deaths from opiate overdoses, including heroin, have skyrocketed in Minnesota and across the country in recent years, leading the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to call it an epidemic. "people are dying and we need to do what we can to save them," Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek says.
A former principal and assistant principal have been charged with failing to report allegations against Walter Happel of sexual misconduct with students at a St. Paul school.
A bus system that operates more like a train is emerging as the top choice for a new corridor linking St. Paul to the eastern suburbs.
The proposed starter line is one of seven routes in the city's long-term streetcar plan. That line could cost an estimated $250 million if approved.
Duluth Mayor Don Ness said Thursday that he's leaning against running for office in 2015, although he won't make a final decision until fall.
A new phase in the $272 million restoration of the Minnesota State Capitol that begins next week will force the closure of some parts of the building to the public.
West Nile virus has been found in Minnesota every year since its arrival in the state in 2002. Last year, there were 73 cases of West Nile virus in Minnesota.
The proposal approved Wednesday allows voters to decide whether to raise filing fees for city offices.
Controversial bear researcher Lynn Rogers said he has removed radio collars from bears involved in a long-running northern Minnesota research project.
Buprenorphine is fairly new and has shown promise helping addicts. But there's a catch: Congress capped the number of patients each doctor can treat with the drug and a doctor must request a waiver to prescribe it. Some doctors and public health officials say it's time to remove the caps.
The night of his arrest, 17-year-old John LaDue told Waseca police that he had made plans to kill his family and then attack classmates at Waseca Junior and Senior High School, according to court records released Tuesday.