MPR News Staff
Former Minnesota Lt. Gov. Yvonne Prettner Solon Tuesday ended speculation that she would jump into Duluth's mayoral race.
Concerned that collaring is killing some moose, Gov. Mark Dayton is ordering state natural resources officials to stop the practice.
More than 3.1 million birds in 55 Minnesota flocks have died from the disease or were killed to prevent its spread.
The White Stripes front man says he's planning to take a long break from performing live -- but not before hosting concerts in states where he hasn't yet played. North Dakota tonight will be his last stop.
A day after technical problems led education officials to suspend the tests, the Education Department Wednesday said the glitches are fixed. Schools will get two extra testing days.
The technical problems led Minnesota officials to temporarily suspend statewide student testing. Officials haven't said when the tests will resume.
Senate leaders announced a deal Tuesday that should clear the way for the long-stalled vote on President Barack Obama's attorney general nominee.
An experimental treatment at Hennepin County's Christmas Lake appears to have killed a small, isolated zebra mussel infestation, officials said Monday.
This weekend: A two mile stretch of the highway, between Interstate 394 and Highway 62, will be closed to traffic.
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler responded Friday to calls for his resignation in the fallout from a drug-trial patient's 2004 suicide.
The request to test wild turkeys comes as state officials struggle to contain an avian flu outbreak at turkey farms.
The woman, whose name and age were not released, was transported to an area hospital, Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek told reporters. He said her condition was not known.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will be reinstated Friday as an active NFL player and may participate in all scheduled activities with the Vikings, the NFL said Thursday.
The total number of reportable sexually transmitted diseases in Minnesota rose 6 percent in 2014 compared to the prior year. Chlamydia again topped the list.
The Massachusetts-based doughnut giant announced a franchise deal Thursday that will bring 10 Dunkin' Donuts shops to the west metro. The first will open by year's end.