The Associated Press
Tornado Touchdown Confirmed In Southwestern Minnesota
Strong winds, heavy rain, hail and at least one tornado damaged a turkey barn and outbuildings, brought down tree branches and flooded streets in southwestern Minnesota.
Wilderness Society Sues for BWCA Mining Decision Documents
The Wilderness Society is suing the Trump administration to try to force the release of documents on its decision to lift restrictions on mining upstream from the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in northern Minnesota.
Gnat Invasion Presents Threat to Chickens, Large Livestock
An invasion of gnats is presenting a risk to the health and lives of livestock in a southern Minnesota town.
Construction Worker Fatally Injured In St. Paul
The state Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the death of a construction worker in St. Paul.
2nd Man Arrested in Shooting That Critically Injured Woman
Police have arrested a second man in connection with a shooting that critically injured a woman who was left for dead along a rural road in Washington County.
Minnesota State College System to Raise Tuition by 3%
The Minnesota State college system's board of trustees has voted to raise tuition by 3% this fall as enrollment declines.
Court Documents: Mosque Bombing Suspect Tried to Escape
An Illinois man who faces trial in the 2017 bombing of a Minnesota mosque had tried to escape from custody earlier this year.
Skating Coach Pleads Guilty to Sexually Abusing Student
A figure skating coach has pleaded guilty in Hennepin County to sexually abusing a student.
Governor Criticizes DFL Official for ‘Murder Boat’ Remark
Governor Tim Walz is criticizing a Minnesota Democratic party official for describing a Navy ship as a ``murder boat.''
Sheriff: Farmer Apparently Trampled to Death by Livestock
Sheriff's officials say a farmer in western Minnesota has died after he was trampled by his livestock.