University of Minnesota researchers are moving ahead with placing speakers at a lock on the Mississippi River near Genoa, Wisconsin, even though a federal agency has backed off its statement that Asian carp eggs had been found nearby.
Attorneys are seeking a new trial for a man convicted of killing three American Indian women in Minneapolis in the 1980s. Lawyers for 70-year-old Billy Glaze asked Tuesday that his conviction be thrown out in light of newly discovered DNA evidence.
A familiar face in Minnesota politics is back to challenge the state auditor in a Democratic primary. Former House Minority Leader Matt Entenza filed Tuesday to run against Rebecca Otto, who is seeking a third term.
Authorities plan to continue searching a rural area in Isanti County through this week as part of their investigation into the 1989 disappearance of a Maple Grove teenager. Amy Sue Pagnac was 13 when she disappeared 25 years ago.
Minnesota wants to follow up its 2018 Super Bowl host duties with an NCAA men's basketball Final Four in 2019 or 2020. State, business and sports leaders appeared Tuesday with Gov. Mark Dayton to describe their push for college basketball's biggest weekend.
It wasn't just the bride and groom taking the plunge at this Minnesota wedding. The entire wedding party lined up on a dock in Crosslake for a photo shoot about an hour before the wedding last weekend.
Nearly 90 Minnesota National Guard members return home after an 11-month deployment to Afghanistan. A homecoming ceremony will be held Tuesday for the 849th Mobility Augmentation Company, based in Litchfield.
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