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RAY, N.D. – A man wanted for questioning in the deaths of his wife and mother has been arrested after he allegedly robbed at gunpoint about 20 people attending Saturday evening Mass at the Catholic church in Ray.
ST. PAUL -- A former Minnesota House member who headed the public works committee is taking the state to court seeking to prevent construction of a new Senate office building.
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota businesses make $38 billion a year in online sales. Connect Minnesota reports that more than a third of the state’s businesses earn at least some revenue...
FARGO – Minnesota and North Dakota retained their titles as two of the top 10 states in the nation for child health and well-being, according to recent rankings from the...
ST. PAUL — Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson claims a Florida company that sought to collect money owed to banks broke the law. A lawsuit Lori Swanson’s office filed Wednesday...
MINNEAPOLIS -- A new Minneapolis gasoline station offers the state’s first chance to buy fuel with 15 percent corn-based ethanol. The federal government has allowed the use of such fuels...
ST. PAUL -- Procedures are in place to prevent mentally ill patients from being prematurely released from a high-security state hospital, Department of Human Services officials told Minnesota senators Monday.
BLOOMINGTON — Minnesota manufacturers say they are doing well, but face twin roadblocks of finding qualified workers and dealing with government-caused uncertainties. “As much as we have tremendous pride in...
DULUTH -- Minnesota Power has taken the next formal step to build a new 240-mile, high-voltage transmission line from the Manitoba border to the Iron Range.
A glance around your desk or office space might say more about you than your tolerance for clutter or propensity for filing. A recent University of Minnesota study indicates work environment can affect your creativity and how likely you are to make healthy choices and try new things.