Iron Rangers blast Dayton over Essar Steel deal
Mesabi Metallics won the bidding last summer over Cleveland Cliffs to take control of the Essar Steel site. Most Iron Rangers wanted Cliffs. That led to some intense verbal sparring Monday between Rangers and Gov. Mark Dayton.
Video: Everything you need to know to vote early in Minnesota's midterm elections
In Minnesota, you don't have to wait until Election Day to vote. You can cast your ballot in person or by mail now. Here's how.
Mental health struggles surface for Vikings' Everson Griffen
A police report made public Tuesday says the defensive star was ordered to stay away from the team pending a mental health evaluation and that the Vikings security chief asked authorities to check on Griffen's wife and children.
Country's newest solar factory opens on the Iron Range
The first solar panel factory to open in the U.S. in 2018 started production last week in Mountain Iron, Minn. Three other solar manufacturers have closed in Minnesota since last year. But there's hope this factory will buck the trend.
South African's memoir details a life of not belonging
In "Always Another Country," Sisonke Msimang retraces the steps that led her to St. Paul and beyond.
Running for office, Muslim women hope voters will see more than faith and gender
A common theme among Muslim women in political races is that they draw inspiration from Ilhan Omar, now running for the U.S. House.
Taken for a ride: M.D. injured in ATV crash gets $56,603 bill for air ambulance trip
After an accident in an all-terrain vehicle crushed a doctor's left arm, he was whisked by air ambulance to the closest trauma center for specialized care. Soon he was fighting over the $56,603 bill.
Drug treatment programs and jails work together to help inmates
Collaborations between county jails and treatment programs aim to help people who depend on opioids or other drugs to get treatment and avoid the dangers of overdose.
Environmental, tribal groups ask PUC to reconsider Line 3
Environmental and tribal groups have asked the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission to reconsider its approval of Enbridge Energy's plans to replace its aging Line 3 crude oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.
Judge OKs $210M deal to pay Twin Cities clergy sex abuse victims
A federal judge on Tuesday backed a bankruptcy reorganization plan for the Twin Cities archdiocese that includes $210 million to compensate more than 400 victims of clergy sex abuse.
Minnesota's fall colors season is changing, right before our eyes
Warmer temperatures are making for a later, brighter fall color season. But it's not all good news.
Health officials working to make flu shot more effective
Last year's shot was only 36 percent effective according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
Former Minneapolis cop charged with sexual misconduct faces trial by judge
Prosecutors say David Campbell's victim was a 16-year-old girl who was dating his son. The criminal complaint alleges that in 2017 Campbell assaulted the girl on several occasions including while he was on duty and in uniform.
Trump shrugs off laughter at U.N.: 'Didn't expect that reaction, but that's OK'
Trump boasted to the General Assembly that he's accomplished more than almost any previous administration -- a claim that prompted laughter from the assembled diplomats and other world leaders.
Six questions: What happens now that Jim Knoblach has ended his campaign?
Republican Rep. Jim Knoblach's abrupt decision to end his reelection campaign raises a number of political questions. Here are some of them.
Minneapolis community funds focus on lead poisoning, asthma
A gathering Thursday in Minneapolis seeks ideas on how to spend $600,000 for outreach and helping at-risk families get help.
Audit: state overcharged for some MNLARS transactions
A new report from the Minnesota Legislative Auditor details data accuracy issues with the state’s vehicle licensing and registration system.
One week window opens for teachers to opt out of union dues
This week, Minnesota teachers and school staff have their first opportunity to opt out of paying union dues since a major Supreme Court decision that allows them to do so.
Bill Cosby sentenced to 3 to 10 years in prison in sex case
At the end of a two-day hearing the sentence was handed down with an admonishment from the judge: "It is time for justice. Mr. Cosby, this has all circled back to you. The time has come."
Weezer made a video for its 'Africa' cover, and of course it stars 'Weird Al' Yankovic
If you've ever wanted to see the Internet fold itself up into a burrito and consume itself hungrily over the course of four minutes, you've come to the right place.