Minnesota News

Klobuchar charts moderate course in Iowa as new poll results are released

Sep 23, 2019

As the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates examined new poll numbers and stated their case to Iowa voters over the weekend, Sen. Amy Klobuchar continued campaigning on a moderate path — even though she balks at that label.

St. Cloud’s new Tech High School opens with big labs, big tech and an eye toward the future

Sep 23, 2019

The design of St. Cloud’s new $104.5 million Tech High School campus is changing how teachers are preparing students for the workforce.

Father says son may have sought deadly police confrontation

Sep 23, 2019

The father of Brian Quinones, a Twin Cities man who was shot to death by police on Sept. 8, says his son may have been trying to attract police attention as he drove, and may have been seeking a confrontation with officers.

Rep. Angie Craig says she’s waiting to make a final judgment on impeachment

Sep 21, 2019

At a town hall meeting on Saturday, the first-term DFL representative said she will make a final decision on whether to support a move to an impeachment vote after two House committees finish their investigations.

Minn. man nearly dies from fungus found near lakes, rivers

Sep 23, 2019

Scott Donahue shares his story about being hospitalized three months with the blastomycosis, which killed his dog in 2018.

Marchers call for justice one week after fatal police shooting in St. Paul

Sep 22, 2019

Several dozen protesters marched through St. Paul's Midway neighborhood on Sunday to protest police shootings — including the fatal shooting of a man by a St. Paul police officer one week earlier.

Minnesotans protest divisive rhetoric, security crackdown in India

Sep 23, 2019

Nearly 400 people gathered in Columbia Heights on Sunday afternoon to condemn human rights abuses and security crackdowns under India’s Hindu nationalist-led government.

118 years after ship sank in Lake Superior gale, searchers locate wreck 825 feet beneath the surface

Sep 22, 2019

After leaving Duluth with a cargo of grain in September 1901, the freighter Hudson ran into a Lake Superior gale and sank with all hands. It became the subject of ghost stories for decades. But the wreck’s exact whereabouts remained a mystery — until this…

Parishioners remember St. Paul church member fatally shot after Bible study

Sep 22, 2019

“What makes some think they have the right to murder someone? Hatred. Jealousy. And revenge. But these are the emotions of people who are empty inside,” Pastor William Land told some 80 worshippers gathered at St. Albans Church of God in Christ.

Pipestone National Monument to stop sale of pipes on park grounds

Sep 22, 2019

The move is the culmination of decades of contention and several years of more-formal talks about whether to continue selling pipes made from the quarries at Pipestone — spiritual objects carved from what many Native American tribes consider sacred ground…