St. Cloud State is joining the parade of schools that will pay the total cost of attendance for at least some athletes. The so-called "cost of attendance" policies go beyond the tuition, fees and room and board expenses covered by a traditional scholarships.
Administrators at Austin High School are checking backpacks before and after classes this week following a large fight and the arrest of two people. A liaison officer called police to the high school Monday afternoon when the fight broke out.
Some people in Minnesota and Wisconsin are waking up to the chilly reality of fall temperatures. Readings Wednesday morning were in the 20s in parts of northern Minnesota and 30s in the central region as well as western Wisconsin.
Starting tomorrow, Target will match its online prices with more than two dozen online competitors including Amazon.com and Walmart.com. The change in policy marks a big step for the Minneapolis-based retailer, which until now only matched prices at its own stores and not at online rivals.
State officials are planning random compliance checks this fall for underage drinking and illegal gambling at bars around Minnesota college campuses. The state Department of Public Safety said in a news release Tuesday that the spot checks come during a season known for homecoming celebrations, Halloween and football.
Federal officials say they'll give state lawmakers time to boost Minnesota's driver's license so residents can board domestic flights. Minnesota is one of four states that haven't complied with stronger federal requirements for IDs passed after Sept. 11.
Prosecutors have charged three Minneapolis day care centers with billing the state for more children than they serve. Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said four people were arrested Tuesday as part of an investigation into fraudulent billing of Minnesota's Child Care Assistance Program.
A sheriff's deputy has been arrested for drunken driving as he headed to work in Wright County. Buffalo Police Chief Pat Budke says the deputy was arrested in front of the Wright County Courthouse about 9 a.m. Monday.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation has found drones to be reliably helpful in bridge inspections. MnDOT will soon begin the second phase of a two-part study to determine the cost effectiveness of using the drone technology to gather close-up images of any structural flaws on the bridges.
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