The Associated Press
MN Renaissance Fair Manager Accused of Sexual Assault
A manager at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival is charged with two counts of felony criminal sexual conduct after allegedly raping a woman on the fairgrounds last fall.
Insurers Seek Lower Premiums in Minnesota Individual Market
Health insurers in Minnesota's individual market are proposing lower premiums for consumers.
Police Unveil New Plan After Philando Castile Shooting
A Minnesota police department has announced new goals to help rebuild community trust following the 2016 death of Philando Castile, a black man who was shot inside his car during a traffic stop streamed live on Facebook.
Illness Tied to Produce Worsening in Minnesota and Wisconsin
Minnesota and Wisconsin health officials say a growing number of people are falling ill to infections linked to fresh produce.
Woman Struck By Drunken Driver 9 Months Ago Has Died
A mother of four has died nine months after she was struck by a drunken driver in St. Paul and suffered a traumatic brain injury.
Audit: Minnesota Had Inadequate Oversight of Care Centers
A federal audit says the Minnesota agency responsible for protecting vulnerable adults in the state has failed to provide adequate oversight for 20 adult day care centers.
Supreme Court Strikes Down Minnesota’s Voter Clothing Law
The Supreme Court has struck down a Minnesota law that restricted what voters can wear to polls.
Body of Missing Boater Recovered from Hay Lake
The body of a missing boater has been recovered from a Cass County lake.
Duluth Elementary School Infested with Rats
The Duluth School District will work this summer to get rid of rats that have infested an elementary school.
Willmar Man Indicted on Federal Weapons, Pipe Bomb Charges
A western Minnesota man faces federal charges that he illegally possessed 10 machine guns as well as unregistered pipe bombs and silencers.