President Barack Obama has arrived in South Africa to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela, the iconic leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner who died Thursday at age 95.
State Agriculture Department will review use and impact of a widely used chemical tied to the dramatic decline in honeybees.
Early 20th-century structure would make way for a public park near new Vikings home.
St. Paul surgeon applied a common procedure to an uncommon wound from a hunting accident.
Don't count on a sales tax rebate check like the ones that became popular in prior years when Minnesota ran a budget surplus, the state's top senator said Monday.
Outstate senators were having to dip into their own funds to offset the cost of living in St. Paul during session, Bakk says.
The U.S. government no longer owns part of General Motors.
At least seven current and former Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies were arrested Monday by the FBI as part of an ongoing investigation of inmate abuse in the nation's largest jail system.
An effort to clear a national backlog of veterans benefits claims is making things worse in Minnesota.
Saint John's Abbey is disclosing the names of 18 current and former monks who it says have likely sexually abused minors.
The world’s most powerful magnet for full-body imaging scans has arrived at the University of Minnesota, where it is expected to attract millions of dollars in research grants and play a significant role in a national project to map the human brain.
New release expands the lists of accused priests, but advocates say many names of abusive clergy remain secret.
The tiny device is about the size of a large vitamin tablet and is one-tenth the size of a conventional pacemaker.
The Guthrie saw significant declines in season-ticket and single-ticket sales, which contributed to overall attendance of 375,702, a drop of 50,000 from fiscal 2011-12.
Feeling chilly? Here's cold comfort: You could be in East Antarctica which new data says set a record for soul-crushing cold.
Minnesota's firearms deer hunters haven't been as lucky as last year, according to preliminary figures released Monday.
Musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra sounded a note of resolve Monday, to continue performing concerts if they remained locked out in their long and bitter confrontation with the Minnesota Orchestral Association.
Skyways constitute a major cost of the new development adjacent to the Vikings stadium.
The Minneapolis Zoning & Planning Committee voted to grant an appeal filed by developer Ryan Cos., which wants to demolish the 94-year-old building for a proposed $400-million mixed-use project.
A Minnesota task force studying a higher-tech voter verification process appears unlikely to push for electronic poll books in every precinct for the 2014 statewide election.
World of Warcraft, other fantasy worlds are overrun by FBI, CIA, Pentagon trolls.
Changes proposed at Wilder set the stage for the biggest enrollment shift in Minneapolis schools since 2009.
After a decadelong slide, pulltabs, bingo and other forms of charitable gambling are bouncing back in Minnesota, with gross receipts expected to top $1.1 billion, according to the Minnesota Gambling Control Board.
Armed robber fled without taking anything; crime follows string of armed robberies on and near campus this semester
A 19-year-old college student is in critical condition after being found unconscious and suffering from hypothermia on the porch of a Duluth home.
Mayor Coleman announced changes Monday in the wake of last week’s snowstorm.
Bob Filner was sentenced Monday to three months of home confinement and three years of probation for harassing women while he was mayor of San Diego, completing the fall of the former 10-term congressman who barely a year ago achieved his long dream of being elected leader of the nation's eighth-largest city.
Minnesota's firearms deer hunters haven't been as lucky as last year.
Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier didn't have an update on running back Adrian Peterson (foot), but he announced tight end Kyle Rudolph will be placed on injured reserved.
Neighborhood activists seeking strict height limitations on new developments in Linden Hills were overruled by a key City Council committee Monday.