Minnesota News

With rink, ice maze, ice-cream social, Stillwater hopes to light up pandemic winter

Dec 1, 2020

Town wants tourists but not too many at once.

Rochester superintendent apologizes after plagiarizing letter to school staff

Dec 1, 2020

Michael Muñoz lifted passages from several sources in letter to staff.

Construction on Enbridge pipeline begins as new lawsuit filed to delay $2.6B project

Dec 1, 2020

State regulators will rule Friday on a different pipeline request.

Election fraud claims 'foolish and irresponsible,' says Minnesota secretary of state

Dec 2, 2020

GOP court cases, inquiries raising claims of abnormalities, manipulation.

Man shot by St. Paul police over weekend charged in assault, kidnapping

Dec 2, 2020

Charges filed in Dakota County detail the sexual assault and kidnapping that preceded the controversial shooting.

Twin Cities toy drives face volunteer, toy shortages due to COVID-19

Dec 2, 2020

While some volunteer events went virtual, toy drives still need in-person help.

Pohlads leave the radio business, selling its Go stations to a Christian nonprofit

Dec 2, 2020

The hip-hop outlet Go 95.3 FM and rock station Go 96.3 will change formats early next year.

Moped rider dies after November crash in Lakeville

Dec 2, 2020

The rider was a 32-year-old man from Rosemount.

Pennington man charged with killing victim in Beltrami County 'without provocation'

Dec 2, 2020

The suspect was arrested four days later in Duluth.

In 'swift, decisive and serious' action, St. Paul police chief fires officer who shot, wounded unarmed Black man

Dec 2, 2020

Chief Todd Axtell announced that he took "swift, decisive and serious" action against the officer, who failed to uphold department standards, after reviewing his body camera footage from the incident.