Minnesota News

At St. Paul celebration, Dr. Mae Jemison recalls Martin Luther King Jr.'s 'revolutionary' words

Jan 22, 2019

Local MLK events included breakfast with CNN's Don Lemon and an Ordway celebration of women of color in science.

Minnesota sees dramatic drop in refugee arrivals

Jan 21, 2019

Minnesota took in just 663 refugees last year, the lowest number in more than a decade for a state with a history of accepting several thousand people annually.

Security lines at Minneapolis-St. Paul airport are among the longest in country

Jan 21, 2019

As the federal government shutdown drags on, so do the security lines at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

New Mexico avalanche kills central Minnesotan studying out west

Jan 22, 2019

The Brainerd High School grad is the second person killed by the avalanche.

Six injured after police chase through north Minneapolis

Jan 21, 2019

Police ended their chase in north Mpls., but the vehicle then struck a minivan.

Local heavyweights compete in DFL primary for open Minnesota Senate seat

Jan 21, 2019

Primary winner will face GOP Rep. Jason Rarick in the Feb. 5 general election.

Retail and P.O. box services back this week after fire at Loring post office

Jan 21, 2019

Officials say the cause of the fire was not suspicious.

Duluth Public Schools pay former board member $55,000 over records dispute

Jan 21, 2019

A former school board member filed suit over his public records request.

Milwaukee officer struck by hit-and-run driver

Jan 22, 2019

Milwaukee police are looking for a hit-and-run driver who injured a police officer.