The case against a Sioux City man charged in a stabbing earlier this month has been dismissed.
Local Bookmobile damaged in fire
New data shows that more than 80% of Minnesota students graduated High School in 2014 which is an increase from the year before.
Officials from the state were at the White House Wednesday with their plan to stop terrorist radicalization and recruitments.
Three different MnDOT snow plows are out of commission for the time being after being hit in three different accidents on Wednesday morning.
Area farmers are learning how they can join a major lawsuit against one of the nation’s largest seed producers.
A new study conducted by “Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes” say that 15,000 women under the age of 55 die from heart disease…
The winter conditions were enough to keep some home, but others had to simply make do with the heavy winter snow.
Minnesota lawmakers have been working on a new health care initiative to increase access to medicine in the state.
Some digital specialists are worried that our files could become obsolete over time.