Two top leaders at the Minnesota Department of Human Services have rescinded their resignations after Commissioner Tony Lourey’s abrupt departure
The Minnesota State Fair will have even more attractions and events this year in addition to the new foods and performances.
There’s one less reptile slithering along Burnsville streets.
Minnesota taxpayers helped foot the bill when Jimmy Fallon broadcast “The Tonight Show” from Minneapolis as part of last year’s Super Bowl festivities
The start of a new month means new laws are now in effect in Minnesota.
On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in saying officers can draw blood when a motorist, suspected of impaired driving is unconscious.
Strong storms swept through Minnesota and Wisconsin Thursday afternoon, and Mother Nature put on quite a show.
With the hands-free cell phone law taking effect August 1, motorists have been reaching out to the Department of Public Safety in Minnesota with many frequently asked questions.
We now know when two retail locations will be closing their doors for good in the region.
There may be new rules coming to schools in Minnesota about how they can identify students who can’t afford meals.
Tuesday morning, fair officials released the new foods, which range from sandwiches to desserts, as well as some new beverages.
Fines double for those traveling 20 mph over the limit, and you can lose your license for six months for going 100 mph or more.
Thousands of cases of unbleached all-purpose flour are being voluntarily recalled due to E. coli concerns.
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has declared Saturday, June 15 as “Joe Mauer Day” in recognition of the former Minnesota Twins catcher’s legacy, as well as his contributions to Minnesota sports.