A new poll shows support for a proposed copper and nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota has declined. The poll for the Star Tribune shows 40 percent of Minnesotans surveyed approve of PolyMet's plans.
The man who allegedly admitted to killing his 71-year old mother with a knife Tuesday was formally charged with second-degree murder Thursday and will undergo a judge-ordered psychological review before his case goes any further.
Duluth Police have arrested one of two suspects they believe were involved with an August 19 shooting on the Central Hillside.
Duluth Police are asking for the public's help locating a suspect in a felony theft in the Gary-New Duluth neighborhood. Police said the suspect allegedly stole cash from Gary Liquor on Aug. 11.
The Superior Fire Department was on the scene of a structure fire that damaged a two-story home for about two hours early Thursday morning.
Parkview Elementary in Virginia has launched a pilot program for 4-year-olds, which enables them to go to school all day, every day, for free.
Environmentalists and the Fond du Lac band of Lake Superior Chippewa say the state isn't doing enough to protect the public from toxins in the St. Louis River.
The Tweed Museum of Art has received a gift of $1 million for renovations. UMD Chancellor Lendley Black announced the donation on Thursday. He said it's from the Alice Tweed Tuohy Foundation in Santa Barbara.
His athletic ability is undeniable. But many Minnesotans are calling Adrian Peterson's actions off the field indefensible. Not in Peterson's hometown of Palestine, Texas, where many do not not view the discipline he's accused of using on his son as abuse, including members of his own family.