U.S. District Judge James Peterson issued a ruling Friday that upheld Wisconsin's voter ID law but struck down a number of Republican-written statutes and policies that restricted voting.
Big cities aren't the only places for film festivals; Wrenshall is playing host to the 13th annual Free Range Festival in a barn.
Duluth parks like Hartley and Lester were hit hard by last week's storm. Hartley has been closed to the public for more than a week because trails and impassable and some trees that fell are in precarious positions.
A monument important to Duluth's history was the center of commemoration Friday morning. The Soldiers and Sailors Monument has been restored over the past few weeks and was revealed to the public.
Minnesota residents with a handful of serious conditions have been buying medical marijuana for more than a year. But Monday marks a new chapter in Minnesota's medical marijuana program: Patients with serious pain can being using it, too.
A Minnesota prosecutor says he won't step aside for a special prosecutor while considering charges against police in the slaying of a black motorist, but he's adding one to his team.
Biologists are restocking alligator gar in several states where it disappeared about a half-century ago, partly in the hope that it will be a powerful weapon against Asian carp. That invasive species has been swimming almost unchecked toward the Great Lakes for decades.
The Sawyer County Clerk of Court was apparently the victim of a murder-suicide at her rural Hayward home Wednesday night. Sheriff Mark Kelsey said a 911 call alerted authorities that a woman had been shot at a home on Twin Lakes Road.
Liz Olson, a candidate for Minnesota House District 7B, received an endorsement from Duluth Mayor Emily Larson and former Mayor Don Ness.