Minnesota News

Who cast the first votes for the next president? Minnesota

Jan 18, 2020

Friday's start of early voting was too big an occasion for some voters to sit back and wait for Super Tuesday to come to them.

Domestic violence advocates left short of funds by stalled bills

Jan 18, 2020

Two stalled federal bills leave advocates for victims scrambling.

Bill continues to climb as rural Minnesota vet cares for 72 rescued ponies

Jan 18, 2020

Humane Society, rural veterinarian haven't agreed on their future.

Man found dead in Hwy. 169 median many hours after crash is ID'd

Jan 19, 2020

Medical Examiner's Office said it may release some details later today.

From affordable housing to feud with President Trump, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey reflects on 2nd year

Jan 18, 2020

The Minneapolis mayor talks about his second year in office, President Donald Trump, and what's next for the city.

Snowmobiler from Chaska dies after colliding with truck in northern Minnesota

Jan 18, 2020

The snowmobiler was attempting to cross Hwy. 169 when he collided with a southbound truck, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

Vadnais Heights takes a new approach to redevelopment: Ask the neighbors

Jan 18, 2020

Task force proposes a destination brewery or distillery for city parcel.

Employees, customers 'traumatized' after robbery at St. Paul's El Burrito Mercado

Jan 18, 2020

Two masked gunmen took money from the store's cash registers as well as wallets and cellphones from diners, police said.

Minnesota troopers to deliver care kits to homeless people

Jan 19, 2020

Minnesota state troopers across the state will be carrying more than 600 kits to give to homeless people who need clothes, food, and toiletries.

Windblown snow keeps driving treacherous in southern Minnesota

Jan 19, 2020

Highways are covered with ice and drifting snow spanning the width of southern Minnesota to the southern Twin Cities area and north almost to St. Cloud.