The Associated Press
Southwestern Minnesotans Lay Sandbags, Brace for More Rain
Residents in southwestern Minnesota are stacking sandbags and bracing for more rain after torrential downpours washed out roads and flooded basements.
Pair Charged in Connection With St. Paul Festival Shooting
Authorities say two men have been charged in connection with the fatal shooting during an event at a St. Paul park over the weekend.
Judge Blocks St. Paul Visitor Limit at Homeless Center
A federal judge in Minnesota has temporarily blocked a St. Paul rule that limits the number of people a church can serve at its daytime center for the homeless.
Minnesota Supreme Court OKs Limited Cameras in Courtrooms
The Minnesota Supreme Court has made permanent a pilot project that allows limited use of cameras in the state's courtrooms.
St. Paul Police Preserve Deceased Grandson’s Handprint
A St. Paul police officer has helped preserve a 1-year-old's handprint on a pane of glass to comfort a grieving grandmother.
SE Minnesota Hog Farm Critics Seek Full Environmental Review
Residents near a proposed large-scale hog farm in Fillmore County want Gov. Mark Dayton's administration to order a full environmental review.
Heavy Rains Lead to Flooding in Southwestern Minnesota
A powerful downpour is washing out roads and flooding some basements in southwestern Minnesota.
Ruling Deals Setback to Proposed Power Plant in Superior
An administrative law judge in Minnesota has dealt a setback to a proposed gas-fired power plant in Superior, Wisconsin.
Zimmerman Man Convicted of Crashing Into Business, Killing 1
A 64-year-old Minnesota man has been convicted of driving drunk and crashing into a business last year, killing one person.
Ex-Federal Officer Went to NYC to Sexually Abuse Girls
Prosecutors say a former federal law enforcement officer traveled from Minnesota to New York City with plans to sexually abuse two girls.