Al-Shabab once lured some in the Twin Cities with talk of rebuilding Somalia. ISIS recruiters now are using slick social media tactics to lure youth to a dream of an Islamic State.
A man was crossing in a designated zone when he was sideswiped by a train. He is expected to survive.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture will offer low interest loans in 49 counties.
Authorities say thieves stole 1,800 prescription pills and several patches that deliver a potent painkiller.
"I can't take the chance that they're just threats," Janeé Harteau said.
The company would initially build a 50,750 square foot facility.
A Minneapolis teen died in one of two shootings that occurred Tuesday.
Minnesota health officials suspected the respiratory illness was already sickening people in the state. On Wednesday, it was confirmed.
Brian George Fitch was charged with first degree murder tied to the shooting of Officer Scott Patrick and three counts of attempted murder tied to a shootout with officers.
The man who police suspect of shooting and killing his former business partner was taken into custody without incident.
The Vadnais Heights man spent the money on personal items, lied to his clients about the investments and didn't file income tax returns for two years.
Three months after storms severely damaged major roads and flooded homes, some residents of Scott County's Blakeley Township tell emergency management officials they want out.
U.S. District Judge David Doty ruled that Officer Ryan Soliday, who shot and killed Edmond Fair in 2013, acted reasonably and "without malice."
The adult female victim was transported to Hennepin County Medical Center with very serious injuries.
A 10-minute hail storm may have wiped out the apple harvest at Untiedt's farm in Waverly.