Corps of Engineers is Proceeding With Lake Pepin Island Project
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is moving forward with a proposal to build islands near the head of Lake Pepin by using sand and sediment removed from the Mississippi River.
Gophers Barely Edge Penn State
After a sluggish start, Jordan Murphy cleared his head and put his team on his back, and Minnesota narrowly avoided a second straight bad loss.
Governor Walz Offers Assurances During Federal Shutdown
Gov. Tim Walz pledged Tuesday that his administration won't leave any Minnesotan behind as it taps state money to fill funding gaps left in programs by the partial federal government shutdown.
Closs Kidnapping Suspect Due in Court Monday
Attorneys for a man suspected of kidnapping a Wisconsin teen and killing her parents are calling it "a very tragic situation."
Death of 99-Year-Old Minnesota Home Invasion Victim Ruled Murder
Authorities say the death of a 99-year-old man following a home invasion last month in Minnesota has been ruled a homicide.
Gophers Shake Off Slow Start, Blow Out Rutgers
Minnesota's defense sparked its fast-break offense in time for the Gophers to pull away from Rutgers on Saturday.
Big Raises for Gibby, Rosario
Right-hander Kyle Gibson and left fielder Eddie Rosario were among eight Minnesota Twins players who avoided salary arbitration by agreeing to one-year contracts Friday.
Vikings Losing Special Teams Coordinator
The Freddie Kitchens Era, although still not official, is rolling along.
Charges Pending Against 21-Year-Old Suspect in Jayme Closs Case
A 21-year-old man is jailed in the deaths of a Wisconsin couple he killed because he wanted to kidnap their teenage daughter.
Shrimp Company Drops Minnesota Plans, Will Build in South Dakota
A Minnesota company that has pioneered indoor shrimp farming surprised state and local officials by picking South Dakota as the location for its first production facility, citing a Minnesota environmental regulation.