Following President Barack Obama's announcement Tuesday night that he'd pursue diplomatic solutions in Syria, some anti-war activists in the basement of the former American-Nordic Center in Minneapolis declared victory.
Police say the man who shot his wife's co-worker before turning the gun on himself in Roseville may have been motivated by a suspected extramarital affair.
The shooting happened around 4:15 p.m. Thursday in a delivery area behind several stores in the St. Paul suburb.
The vast majority have Americans have taken steps to obscure their digital footprint online. At the same time, most remain unconcerned about government Internet snooping.
Drivers busted for speeding in Wabasha County may choose to attend a safe driving class in lieu of a ticket and fine. But the option is illegal according to some of the highest legal authorities in the state.
About 200 protesters opposed to U.S military action in Syria picketed U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar's office in Minneapolis on Tuesday afternoon.
Authorities are ramping up the search for a 17-year-old runaway from Stacy, Minn., after she's been missing for more than a month.
A Hopkins High School senior has pleaded guilty to charges that she helped prostitute a teammate on her cheerleading squad.
State investigators have found that patients held at the Minnesota Security Hospital in St. Peter were maltreated in two cases, including one where a patient banged his head against a concrete wall for three hours without staff intervention.
More than 400 people gathered in the auditorium of Washburn High School in Minneapolis on Tuesday night to voice concerns about proposed rerouting of air traffic across the city and its surrounding suburbs.
A Shorewood woman is accused of killing her boyfriend and stashing his body in a freezer.
A veteran of the St. Paul Police Department who backed into 101-year-old Roza Sakhina had previously received reprimands for earlier accidents that the department deemed preventable.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says the discovery of an Asian carp 20 miles north of Winona signals an expanding reach for the invasive species.
A 76-year-old resident at a St. Louis Park nursing home died from complications of being stunned with an electronic device, according to the Hennepin County Medical Examiner.
Police spokeswoman Cyndi Barrington says all three victims are expected to survive.