Parents and young people heard tips on preventing or stopping cyber-bullying at a Minneapolis forum Thursday.
Some of the money the Legislature approved earlier this week for flood relief in southern Minnesota will go toward conservation projects.
A southern Minnesota man faces felony racketeering charges for allegedly helping swindle elderly people.
Four people accused of trying to disrupt
the 2008 Republican Convention in Minnesota have reached plea
agreements that will keep them out of jail.
Most people who lost their homes to foreclosure don't have money to challenge the result, counselors say.
The National Park Service on Friday said a proposed bridge over the St. Croix River near Stillwater can't be built.
Dozens of families have been turned away as the growing numbers of homeless means emergency family shelters in the Twin Cities are full to overflowing most nights, and the lack of space has caused one family to take desperate action.
Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson says Bank of America's decision to temporarily suspend foreclosures in all 50 states is a positive step.
Swanson is asking more than a dozen lenders to suspend foreclosures while they review foreclosure documents for accuracy.
Verizon announced it will offer the next generation of wireless service -- known as 4G -- in dozens of metropolitan areas, including the Twin Cities.
In the midst of a contentious debate over how to fix the state's budget deficit, Minnesota's candidates for governor appear to agree on one piece of the budget -- a program that helps keep older people who are poor and disabled out of nursing homes.
Twin Cities wireless customers have a new option, and the technology it uses may eventually bring high-speed Internet in rural areas.
A $17 million federal grant will fund Hennepin County efforts to prevent teen pregnancy.
National Weather Service hydrologists say the Minnesota River will go over flood stage this weekend in Savage, south of the Twin Cities. And in St. Paul, the Mississippi river fed by the Minnesota will exceed flood stage by Sunday.
A Minneapolis artist suspended from a job over the Catholic Church's opposition to same sex marriage says she's going ahead with her art project.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation will close several miles of Interstate 35E near the northern suburbs of Little Canada and Vadnais Heights on Saturday and Sunday.