Senator Fischbach Ends Fight Over Lt. Governor Appointment
A high-ranking Minnesota state lawmaker thrust into the lieutenant governor's office following U.S. Sen. Al Franken's resignation moved abruptly Friday to resign her state Senate seat and take the oath of office as lieutenant governor, a swift reversal for the longtime Republican senator w…
Frack Sand Mine Mishap in West Wisconsin
Wisconsin officials were testing for environmental and health hazards Thursday after an accident at a frack sand mine sent millions of gallons of sludge into waterways, tinting them orange as the thick plume traveled downstream into the Mississippi River.
Sano Rejoins Twins After Rehab Assignment
The Minnesota Twins have reinstated third baseman Miguel Sano from the disabled list after he missed the last 24 games with a strained left hamstring.
President Trump Cancels North Korean Summit
President Donald Trump is telling North Korea's Kim Jong Un in a letter that the world is losing a "great opportunity for lasting peace and great prosperity and wealth" now that their summit has been canceled.
Dayton Follows Through on Veto Threat
Gov. Mark Dayton on Wednesday vetoed the tax conformity and budget bills that state lawmakers passed in the waning days of the session.
Minnesota School Paraprofessional Critically Injured in Attack
Police say a high school employee was critically injured in an attack by a teenager in Minneapolis.
Minnesota Woman Blames School For Her Son’s Suicide
A Minnesota mother says her 15-year-old son killed himself after months of being bullied and assaulted, and that school staff didn't do enough to support the boy, who had mental health issues and learning disabilities.
18 Arrested While Protesting Deportations
Police arrested more than a dozen protesters who shut down part of Minneapolis' light rail system Tuesday while calling attention to federal immigration deportations and raids.
Northwood Iowa Man and Young Son Killed in MN Kayaking Accident
Authorities say a father and his 4-year-old son drowned in a kayaking accident on a northern Minnesota lake.
2018 Minnesota Legislative Session is Over; Now What?
The Minnesota Legislature wrapped up its work at midnight Sunday with the familiar last-minute flurry of votes and political machinations but surrounded by question marks, as Gov. Mark Dayton threatened to veto major tax and spending bills.