The Associated Press
Man, Teen Arrested After Shots Fired At St. Paul Celebration
A man and a teenage boy were arrested after shots were fired near crowds celebrating Cinco de Mayo in St. Paul.
Vigil Held for Grand Forks Mother, Children Found Dead
Members of the Grand Forks community gathered for a candlelight vigil to remember a woman who was found dead with her three children.
Minnesota Horse Owners Cautioned About Disease in Dakotas
Minnesota's Board of Animal Health is urging horse owners to help stop the spread of a disease that's been found in neighboring states.
Shakopee Teacher Named Minnesota Teacher of Year
An English teacher at a Shakopee alternative high school is Minnesota's Teacher of the Year.
Ice-Out Finally Declared on Lake Minnetonka
Authorities have declared ice-out on Lake Minnetonka in the western Twin Cities, tying the record for the latest ice-out on the big lake.
Court to Hear Challenge to Winona County’s Sand Mining Ban
Winona County, Minnesota's first and only county to ban the mining of silica sand for use by the oil and gas industry in hydraulic fracturing, is headed to court to defend it.
University of Minnesota Analyst Uses Data to Guide Leaders
A University of Minnesota data analyst tracks students' academic, civic and personal experiences to guide the school's leaders on where to direct services.
Mayo Clinic Installs New Interactive Kiosks
Mayo Clinic has installed dozens of interactive kiosks throughout its Rochester campus aimed at making it easier for patients to check in for appointments.
2 Dead In Fiery Crash in Coon Rapids
Two people have died in a fiery crash in Coon Rapids. Anoka County sheriff's authorities say 911 callers reported the crash just after 9 p.m. Saturday
1 Found Dead Following Vehicle Fire in St. Paul
St. Paul police are investigating after a person was found dead inside a burning vehicle.