State transportation officials are reminding motorists that a busy stretch of freeway will close this weekend in Minneapolis.
Motorists traveling Interstate 35W into Minneapolis from the south metro will run into a detour this weekend.
To find out how investigators go about pinpointing the cause of a fire, we contacted Denise DeMars with the State Fire Marshal's office.
An Elko New Market man was sentenced Wednesday in federal court in St. Paul for diverting more than $300,000 from his employer for his personal use.
Among his other cuts, Gov. Pawlenty is proposing a $250 million reduction in Local Government Aid.
The mayor of Duluth is ready to throw his city's hat in the ring for a new Google experiment to test ultra-high speed Internet access.
More than 100 athletes are testing their endurance this week in a unique sporting event in far northern Minnesota.
Federal immigration officials say a nationwide crackdown on gangs has led to 26 arrests in Minneapolis and surrounding communities.
U.S. Senator Al Franken says a health care reform bill will pass regardless the outcome of Tuesday's special election in Massachusettes.
Epidemiologist Kris Ehresmann of the Minnesota Department of Health talks about "Ban the Bug," a campaign created in order to get people vaccinated for the H1N1 flu.
Burnsville mayor Elizabeth Kautz will be sworn in as the head of the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
Temeratures will be dangerously low tonight, with sub-zero highs across the state overnight, and the falling temps coupled with the snow cover from this week's storm could make for a knuckle-whitening commute.
Funeral arrangements are being planned
for a Minnesota soldier who was killed at Fort Hood last week.
State lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are decrying the purchase of about 25 plasma televisions for a sex offender treatment facility in Moose Lake. Dr. Michael Farnsworth, who had initially helped design the treatment program, says the uproar over the TVs obscures larger issues with the Minnesota Sex Offender Program.
Third District Republican Congressman Erik Paulsen held a hearing Monday to underscore bipartisan Minnesota opposition to a proposed tax on medical device manufacturers as part of federal health care reform.