The city of Minneapolis has agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by a man who was illegally strip-searched by police officers.
U.S. Census figures show that the number of people who move from state to state, and within states and counties, is at historic lows. Even so, Minnesota saw a slight net gain in population in 2010, in part due to migration from other states.
Ahmed Abdi Ali could have received a much stiffer sentence if he hadn't agreed to cooperate with law enforcement authorities.
Some downtown Minneapolis bar and restaurant owners say the NBA lockout is a major drain on business.
The Hennepin County Board voted unanimously Tuesday to prohibit OccupyMN protesters from sleeping on the Government Center plaza or the center grounds, starting next week.
A new census poverty measure released Monday shows that 49.1 million Americans live in poverty &mdash nearly two-and-a-half million more people than the Census previously reported.
Earlier this year, the state restored funds to some areas while cutting others. But some say the problem is that in order for the system to work smoothly, each part has to have equal strength.
Mahdi Hassan Ali has been sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole for his role in a January 2010 triple homicide at the Seward Market and Halal Meat on East Franklin Street in Minneapolis.
Defending Mahdi Ali is probably the most high-profile case Goetz has taken since graduating from Hamline Law School in 1987.
A new approach to domestic violence cases has helped significantly boost the conviction rate, said officials with the Minneapolis City Attorney's office.
About 50 OccupyMN protesters today rallied to call attention to the plight of people facing foreclosure by marching outside US Bank plaza in downtown Minneapolis.
Residents of several south Minneapolis neighborhoods plan to gather at the Metropolitan Airports Commission offices Tuesday night to discuss their concerns over airplane noise.
The Hennepin County Attorney's Office has filed a felony domestic assault strangulation charge against Minnesota Viking cornerback Christopher Oshea Cook, 24, of Eden Prairie.
It's been two weeks since a group of demonstrators first took over a public plaza in downtown Minneapolis, and participants say they will continue to camp there. But this week, shelter for the protesters is taking center stage.
It's not uncommon for large retail stores to use high-tech video surveillance and forensics to catch shoplifters, but Minnesota-based Target Corp. takes the concept one step further.