Advertisement

Midwest News

St. Paul Police ID Victim in Fatal Bus Crash

St. Paul Police ID Victim in Fatal Bus Crash


BCA Identifies Witness at Scene of Damond Shooting

Councilwoman Suggests Outsider for Police Chief

Protesters Shout Down Minneapolis Mayor

Reward Offered for Clues About Mink Release in Minn.

Walker Declares State of Emergency in 17 Western Wis. Counties

Some Minneapolis Councilors Call for Police Chief's Removal

Advertisement – Content Continues Below

UPDATED: Michigan Priest Acquitted of Sexually Assaulting Priest


Minneapolis Police Chief: Justine Damond 'Didn't Have to Die'


Attorney Releases Body Cam Video of Minneapolis Dog Shooting

The Minneapolis Hot Dog is Born

Australian Woman's Family Hires Castile Attorney

Advertisement
Flooding Forces Evacuations in Western Wis. Town
Rural Banker Survey Index Drops Dramatically in July
Court: UP Officer Has Immunity in Lawsuit over Shooting
Robotic Lab Helps Find Toxins in Great Lake
Kwik Trip Acquires Rival Wisconsin Chain
City: Praying Soldier Silhouette Must Be Removed from Park
3-Year-Old Minn. Girl Dies from Ecoli Strain, Brother Sickened
Chicago-to-Mackinac Race Wraps Up after Difficult Weather

8 Found Dead in Truck in 'Human Trafficking Crime'


Trump Asserts Pardon Power in Tweets

Golden Gate Bridge Lanes Closed During Marathon over Terror Concerns

Devastating California Wildfire is Slowing

US Fines American, Frontier and Delta Over Rule Violations

Mattis Says US Still Debating 'Big Ideas' on Afghan Plan

Spicer Resigns as White House Spokesperson

Video Shows Teens Watching, Laughing as Man Drowns

Americans to Need Special Passport for North Korea

Earthquake in Greece Kills 2

Greek Officials say More Than 100 Hurt in Quake

Parole Board Frees O.J. Simpson

Layoffs Begin at Carrier Plant That Drew Trump's Criticism

Sessions Says He Will Remain in Office

Trump Rages at Sessions in New York Times Interview

Minnesota House Speaker Kurt Daudt Relents on Pay Raises
Trump Asserts Pardon Power in Tweets
St. Luke's Seeks Hospice Volunteers
3-Year-Old Minn. Girl Dies from Ecoli Strain, Brother Sickened
Kwik Trip Acquires Rival Wisconsin Chain
Subway Looking to Update Stores' Look

Midwest News

Sheriff Blames Animal Rights Activists for 35,000 Lost Mink


Minneapolis Police to Re-Evaluating Bodycam Policy After Damond Shooting


Smokestack Demolished at Former Michigan Paper Mill Site


Months Needed for Additional Study of Dakota Access Pipeline


Federal Records: Hastert Released from Prison in Minnesota


Father Demands Justice for Daughter's Shooting Death


Advertisement
The bodies of two people killed in a house fire in Kego Township have been identified.

Cass County Fire Victims Identified


Trees Fall on House During Friday Storm

Veterans Honored with Appreciation Day

Man Found Dead in Boat on Lake Superior

Two Unrelated Fires in Hibbing Cause Damage

Advertisement
Mille Lacs Walleye Closure Extended until Aug. 11

The Minnesota DNR has extended the closure of walleye fishing on Mille Lacs Lake until Aug. 11.

Hayward Hosts 58th Annual Lumberjack World Championships

The 58th Annual Lumberjack World Championships in Hayward, Wisconsin

Entry Open to Submit Trout and Salmon Stamp Design

The Minnesota DNR needs the public's help in designing 2018's Trout and Salmon stamp.

Feds Send $750,000 for Duluth's Lincoln Park

Duluth's Lincoln Park will see restoration work with help from $750,000 in federal funding.

DNR Seeking Citizen Input on Lake Vermilion Management Plan Update

DNR Seeking Citizen Input on Lake Vermilion Management Plan Update

Hiker Recounts Bison Attack in North Dakota

A bison is seen in the North Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park in this June 20 photo.  A man is recovering after being attacked by a bison in the park.

Advertisement