Minnesota is located in the Midwestern region of the United States. Known as the "Land of 10,000 Lakes," the states capitol is Saint Paul and its largest city is Minneapolis.
Video shows mass brawl break out at Democrat event in Minneapolis
Minneapolis City Council candidate Aisha Chughtai claimed she and her team were assaulted.
Driver films up-close encounter with bear: "no thank you"
The bear had likely just come out of hibernation and was on the hunt for some quick food, perhaps having sniffed out some trash inside the car.
Minnesota Republican appears shirtless during Zoom vote
The incident caught on video drew amusement from fellow lawmakers.
Kim Potter released from jail at 4 a.m. to protect her from protests
The former cop, who killed a 20-year-old Black man, was released early on Monday morning due to "elevated concern" for her safety.
Dead body found in room on university campus
The person found wasn't a member of staff or a student.
St. Paul Central High School debaters celebrate unexpected tournament run
The Urban Debate National Championship runners-up focused on their partnership, saying, "We are a team and when we go down, we go down together."
Urban debate tournament ends with historic final round, scholarship money
An L.A. high school won the National Association for Urban Debate Leagues Championship Tournament in a victory that one student said was "a surreal experience."
Watch Golden Retriever puppy slowly becoming cat's best friend: "BFF goals"
Nash the dog's owners told Newsweek he has a "love/hate relationship" with their cat Nala—but they still love snuggles.
Raymond train derailment causes huge fire in Minnesota
A fire is reported to have started in some of the cars that were carrying a form of ethanol and a corn syrup liquid.
What Minnesota's status as "trans refuge state" really means
A new bill seeks to protect children seeking gender-affirming care from legal repercussions, as other states look to outlaw treatment for minors.
Mass beef recall as "wire-like metal" found in meat product sold to schools
Over a 1,000 pounds of beef pastries were recalled on Friday over safety concerns after a metal wire was found in a package in a school in Minnesota.
Republican says hunger is "relative" in argument against free school meals
According to Hunger Solutions Minnesota, one in four food-insecure children in the state fails to qualify for support under current federal programs.
Father accused of killing sex offender with moose antler
Levi Axtell told law enforcement that he had seen Lawrence V. Scully in his vehicle at places where children were present, and believed he would reoffend.
Facts about the Mississippi River
The Mississippi River is the second longest river in the U.S., and over 30 U.S. states and two Canadian provinces drain into it.
Colossal ice storm plunges 850,000 homes into darkness
More than 12 percent of homes in Michigan alone were without power as of Thursday morning, as a coast-to-coast winter storm brings blizzards and ice.
Gigantic ice storm grips U.S. from coast to coast
States in the west and north are forecast to be hit by ice, rain or snow, with almost all of the country experiencing some form of notable weather.
Democrats to give convicts right to vote after flipping Minnesota Senate
The new legislation could give voting rights to tens of thousands of convicts out on parole or probation.
Minnesota facing 'extreme' snow storm disrupting travel and schools
A fierce winter storm has been forecast to hit much of the U.S., while meteorologists are predicting Minneapolis will be dumped with 18 inches of snow.
Invasive rusty crayfish appear to be dying off and it's not clear why
Populations of rusty crayfish seem to be naturally declining, allowing native water plants and snails to recover in Wisconsin lakes.
Toxic cane toad invader found in Minnesota hardware store: "Shocked"
The large amphibian is native to Central and South America and is rarely found this far north.
Blizzard warning in place as videos show rare Las Vegas snowfall
Multiple social media videos showing people in the Nevada city enjoying a white Valentine's Day going about their days with light snow.
Was pornographic book found in Minnesota school library? What we know
A recent Minnesota school board meeting involved a mother reading graphic descriptions of homosexual acts from a book she said was in a school library.
Stunning pictures of white wolf named after Gandalf
The wolf, tracked by Minnesota researchers, is notorious for killing a record number of beavers over a single summer.
Republican cites "Duck Dynasty" when discussing race-based discrimination
The Minnesota state senate passed an act on Thursday designed to protect "traits associated with race" such as hair styles.
FBI headquarters voted ugliest building in the country: Survey
Other popular buildings in Boston, New York City, Las Vegas, and Denver also made the list.
Golden retriever throws laundry on floor to get to couch in hilarious video
A survey by Stonyfield Organic revealed 74 percent of respondents admitted they happily share their bed and/or couch with their pet pooch.
Petition supporting professor fired for Islamophobia signed by thousands
Erika López Prater was dismissed by Hamline University in November for including in her class discussion a medieval Islamic painting of the Prophet Muhammad.
Wolves kill off only adult male in rival pack with unexpected consequences
A neighboring pack killed the wolf in a competition for resources, lead of the Voyageurs Wolf Project Thomas Gable told Newsweek.
Wolf roamed over 4,000 miles through three states before being shot dead
"Long distance travels such as this are amazing and this wolf in particular made a very long journey," wolf researcher Thomas Gable told Newsweek.
Christmas Arctic blast will plunge U.S. into deep freeze nightmare
A NASA image shows how cold much of the U.S. is going to get this week, revealing how much lower temperatures are compared to the December average.