The Associated Press
Nurses Strike Deal with Children’s Hospitals of Minnesota
Nurses have reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract with Children's Hospitals of Minnesota after union nurses had authorized their negotiating team to call for a strike.
Minnesota Lawyer Sentenced to 14 Years for Porn Scheme
A federal judge has sentenced a Minneapolis lawyer to 14 years in prison for running a porn-related scheme.
Minnesota Regents Expand Alcohol Sales to Basketball, Hockey
University of Minnesota regents have voted to allow beer and wine sales in the general seating sections of the school's basketball and hockey arenas.
5 St. Paul Officers Fired for Not Intervening in Assault
St. Paul's police chief has fired five officers for allegedly failing to intervene in an assault at a business.
Walz Open to Special Session to Address Insulin Costs
Gov. Tim Walz says he's open to calling a special session to help diabetics who can't afford the cost of insulin, but lawmakers must first work out a deal.
Driver Found In Crashed Car in Minneapolis Had Been Shot
Minneapolis police investigating a car crash discovered the driver had been shot.
Nearly 39 Years in Prison for Farm Slaying in Clay County
A judge in Clay County has ordered a man to serve nearly 39 years in prison for the death of a North Dakota man whose remains were found buried on the defendant's Hitterdal farm.
Rep. Omar Filed Joint Tax Returns Before She Married Husband
Minnesota campaign finance officials say that U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar filed joint tax returns with her current husband years before they were legally married and at a time when she was married to another man.
Metro Transit Launches Electric Buses in Twin Cities
The public transit agency serving the Twin Cities is now using some buses powered by electricity.
Lil Nas X’s ‘Old Town Road’ Inspires Mostly Nonverbal Boy
An Atlanta rapper's take on country music has inspired a mostly nonverbal autistic boy in Minnesota to sing.