MPR News Staff
The Minnetonka-based company said it "takes this matter very seriously particularly in light of our long-standing commitment to the protection of children."
Discussing corporal punishment on Twitter, Gene Demby heard the personal experiences of many.
In a statement, the star running back said while he wasn't a perfect parent, "I am, without a doubt, not a child abuser."
Peterson's lawyer confirmed the football star was indicted in Texas for reckless or negligent injury to a child in an incident involving Peterson's son.
DNR officials say Cass Lake and many of the lakes near it are now considered zebra mussel infested after the species were recently discovered.
Artisans are rediscovering the craft of hard cider brewing with unique beverages popping up everywhere apples are grown.
Suter was a defensemen on the legendary 'Miracle on Ice' 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team that defeated the Soviet Union. He's the first player on that team to die.
State officials say scammers pretending to be Revenue Department officials are trying to force unsuspecting callers to turn over credit card information.
There are 116 apple orchards in Minnesota, according to the Minnesota Department of Agriculture.
Part of the confusion over which skyway spaces are public is that it's different in each of the Twin Cities.
The two officers involved in the shooting were unharmed but believed their lives were in danger, Chief Tom Smith told reporters last week.
Law enforcement personnel are looking for Lyle "Ty" Marvin Hoffman, 44, who is charged in the shooting death of attorney Kelly Phillips last month.
Fifteen people in Minnesota were sickened by the produce, which was likely contaminated before it was distributed.
People living in Minnesota continue to travel overseas to fight for terrorist organizations in Syria, the top FBI official in Minneapolis said Thursday.
Bob Dylan will return to Minnesota for three concerts in early November.