Planned Parenthood of Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota is accepting additional security from the U.S. Marshals Service in Minneapolis. The federal protection was offered after a Kansas doctor who performed abortions was shot to death on Sunday.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is holding a public hearing tonight on its plans to replace the Highway 61 Bridge in Hastings.
A community meeting in Saint Paul last night drew more than 50 people, including neighbors, patrons and owners of a Frogtown neighborhood bar where a man was beaten to death last weekend.
The Twin Cities housing market continues to show signs of improvement, with home sales going up by 7 percent in April.
Before you go out and enjoy this spring's warm weather, you may want to take a few precautions to avoid deer ticks.
Two police unions are suing the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, the Metro Gang Strike Force and the Strike Force's commander for releasing the names of six undercover police officers on the Strike Force.
The Minnesota Department of Health has identified two new probable cases of the H1N1 influenza virus in Minneapolis.
A nonprofit community law office in St. Paul has become one of the latest victims of the struggling economy. Centro Legal, which provided legal services to Minnesota's Latino community for the last 28 years, shut down for good Monday.
Northwest Airlines is suing its longtime partner, U.S. Bank, in an escalating battle over credit card holders and how they earn frequent flyer miles.
U.S. postal inspectors are looking into a scam that involves bogus checks purportedly sent from Minnesota Public Radio.
Minnesota may be facing loss of a congressional seat as a result of the 2010 U.S. Census. Foreclosures are complicating efforts to get an accurate count.
The federal government tries to count everyone in the United States every 10 years. The figures are used to distribute federal funds and to determine how many Congressional districts each state gets.
One of the new additions to the "Coolest Celebration on Earth" this year is an ice sailing competition.
Hennepin County Medical Center is laying off 20 people and freezing some capital projects to help balance its budget.
The mortgage crisis helped push the median price of homes sold in the Twin Cities metro down 13 percent last year.