A group paraplegic pups at a Minnesota shelter had the time of their lives playing in the snow.
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin will stand trial alone in March in the death of George Floyd while the other three ex-officers charged in the case will be tried together in August.
The State of Minnesota has given notice to two bars, who opened in violation of state law, that they face losing their liquor licenses.
Minneapolis police have released body camera video that shows what investigators are calling an exchange of gunfire between a man and officers on Wednesday that left the man dead.
A man was shot and killed in an exchange of gunfire with Minneapolis police near the Holiday gas station at 36th Street and Cedar Avenue Wednesday night, Dec. 30.
A Hennepin County District Court judge has granted a motion to join the cases of the four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd into one case.
Minnesotans were hit by blizzard conditions as temperatures dropped well below freezing on December 23.
A judge in Minnesota is upholding his decision to livestream the trial against the four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd.
"His love for his mother and his siblings was proven without a doubt and all who responded and have knowledge of the investigation were moved by his actions. He saved their lives.”
Myon Burrell was 16 when he was given a life sentence for the 2002 death of 11-year-old Tyesha Edwards in Minneapolis.
A 14-year-old boy was attacked and killed by his family’s dog in rural northwestern Minnesota Thursday, according to the Otter Tail County Sheriff’s Office.
A jury on Wednesday convicted the leader of an Illinois anti-government militia group of several civil rights and hate crime charges in the 2017 bombing of a Minnesota mosque.
A resident in St. Anthony, Minnesota received an anonymous letter chastising them for their Christmas light display, asking them to 'respect the dignity of all people.'
The only person charged for tearing down the Christopher Columbus statue at the Minnesota State Capitol in June is getting 100 hours of community service and will avoid trial under a deal struck with prosecutors.
In New Mexico, more than 40 percent of middle and high school students were failing at least one class as of late October. In Houston, 42% of students received at least one F in the first grading period of the year. Nearly 40% of grades for high school students in St. Paul, Minnesota, were Fs, double the amount in a typical year.
A woman in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota got a video of a squirrel outside her home who accidentally got a little tipsy from eating fermented pears.
"The government has kicked the stuffing out of police and used the issue as political mechanics," said a former NYPD officer. "They have had no concern about the lives of officers, and they are seen as pretending to have concern with the mask issue. ... It's not a real good time to ask police for anything."
Minneapolis parks will no longer cite anyone for being topless in a city park.
A Zimmerman sportsman harvested his first buck with a shotgun during the firearm hunting opener this weekend, but he is more likey to remember the day as when he shot his first alligator.
It was a bad day for Illinois, with 12 players out because of COVID-19 protocols. The team was led by the fourth-string quarterback to a 41-14 loss to Minnesota Saturday.