A pretrial motions hearing is scheduled tuesday for a Somali man who has pleaded not guilty to lying to the FBI.
Investigators from the Minnesota Department of Health say an aide emotionally and physically abused two residents at a West-Central Minnesota nursing home earlier this summer.
The Metropolitan Airports Commission holds the first of four public meetings tonight on a runway closure at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Senior counter-terrorism officials say an East Africa-based terrorist group that is recruiting young Somalis from Minneapolis has ties to al-Qaida insurgents.
Minnesota Public Radio held a forum on the state budget -- and how it affects one community, White Bear Lake.
Leaders of a Minneapolis mosque allegedly linked to missing young Somali men have scheduled a news conference Tuesday at 12:00 p.m. to respond to the allegations.
Governor Tim Pawlenty says Minnesota could get several billion dollars from a federal economic stimulus package.
The leader of the House Republican caucus, House Minority Leader Marty Seifert, says he'll seek the post again.
The head of one of the Minnesota's leading investment firms has died. Eugene Sit was 69 years old. He died Tuesday from pancreatic cancer.
Authorities say a Hugo woman whose house was damaged in Sunday's tornado has died of an apparent heart attack.
Gov. Tim Pawlenty said he plans to sign a bill that would prohibit texting while driving.
Gov. Tim Pawlenty has asked lawmakers to scale back the size of the bill, which authorizes the state to borrow money for public works projects.
Flights are now running on time at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Many educators say the federal education law doesn't take the needs of special education students into consideration.
Some schools say the state labeled them as underperforming under No Child Left Behind for technical glitches or human errors that have nothing to do with whether their students can pass reading and math tests.