Recommendations to Commit Florida School Shooter Were Not Heeded
Officials were so concerned about the mental stability of the student accused of last month's Florida school massacre that they decided he should be forcibly committed.
Minneapolis Reports City’s First Fatal Fire of the Year
Officials say a man is dead after a house fire in northeast Minneapolis.
Teenager Murdered in Minneapolis
Authorities have identified a St. Paul teenager as the person who was fatally shot in Minneapolis on Friday night.
Deputy FBI Director Axed Two Days Before Retirement
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Friday night that he was firing former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe
Vikings Bolster Defensive Line
The Minnesota Vikings have made a big addition to the team's defensive line.
Minnesota Judge Dismisses Charges in Teen Sexting Case
A southern Minnesota judge dismissed a child pornography charge against a 14-year-old girl who sent an explicit image of herself to a boy over Snapchat,
Republicans Reject Governor Dayton’s Budget Proposal
Gov. Mark Dayton on Friday proposed repealing several GOP-backed tax breaks that he signed into law last year and sending more money back to Minnesota families, setting up an inevitable clash with the Republican-controlled Legislature
Legislative Auditor Calls for Upgrading Voter Registration System
Minnesota needs to upgrade its aging computerized voter registration system and take steps to better help county election officials identify people who aren't eligible to vote.
Firm That Designed Collapsed Fla Bridge Also Designed 35W Bridge
The company that designed a pedestrian bridge that collapsed in Florida is the same company that designed the new Interstate 35W bridge in Minnesota, after the old span collapsed more than 10 years ago.
Huge Jury Award for Former UMD Hockey Coach
A federal jury has awarded nearly $3.75 million to a former women's hockey coach who sued University of Minnesota Duluth for alleged discrimination and retaliation.