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Regents at the University of Minnesota are considering a sharp increase in tuition for nonresidents who don't come from states with reciprocity agreements.
A person was shot and killed at an intersection in the Minneapolis suburb of Plymouth before a suspect police describe as a man with a violent history died in an exchange of gunfire with officers inside a nearby apartment building.
Minnesota Gophers junior forward Justin Kloos started and finished the same way with a big goal to help his team defeat Ohio State 5-4 in overtime last (Friday).
The St. Cloud State women's basketball team just couldn't find a way to close out the game as they fall to Northern State last (Friday) night 75-61.
The St. Cloud State men's basketball team couldn't miss from the field last (Friday) night shooting a season-high 64 percent from the field on their way to a 104-82 victory over Northern State.
For the second straight year a member of the Minnesota Timberwolves has won MVP of the NBA Rising Stars Game during All-Star weekend.
Here is a look at some local high school sports action from last (Friday) night.
You might be a redneck if you plan on going to the inaugural Minnesota Redneck Festival this spring. The three-day festival will be held in Aitkin from May 20-22.
The head of one of Minnesota's two medical marijuana providers is leaving the company, just eight months after moving there from his oversight role with the Minnesota Department of Health.
It's one of the largest crowds ever for the Minnesota DFL, with over 4,000 eagerly awaiting to hear presidental candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton speak.
The interim athletic director at the University of Minnesota says she is a candidate for the permanent job.
A man has settled his lawsuit that he filed after police used a stun gun while arresting him in St. Paul's skyway system in 2014. Thirty-year-old Chris Lollie of St. Paul alleged his constitutional rights were violated.
The outpouring of support for the Fargo Police Officer who died on the job has extended to Alexandria. The Douglas County Sheriff's federation is asking people to purchase blue light bulbs to display outside their homes.
Sheriff's officials say a woman has been shot by officers and critically wounded outside a church near Duluth.