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Four soldiers were inside a military vehicle that was shot at.
The governor has asked the Legislature for emergency funding for the additional police.
The jury listened to lengthy presentations from the prosecution and defense.
The passenger in the vehicle told police about the incident.
Facebook will remove posts that call for weapons to be brought to Minneapolis and anything that celebrates George Floyd's death.
The company's lawsuit claims the voting system suppressed free speech and hurt its business relationships.
The Minnesota basketball phenom is following the footsteps of Jalen Suggs.
The experienced journalist was the first to serve two terms as president of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ).
Kale Hannahs' classmates made sure he got a chance to play during recess.
The latest from Minnesota health officials.
An appeals court reversed a lower court's ruling and opened the way for a Minnesota doctor to be sued for malpractice after failing to diagnose a potentially lethal cancer while it was still treatable.
Students at the University of Minnesota tell the Star Tribune that the use of legal and illegal prescription drugs has become common on campus, and a new study says one in four adults fake symptoms to get drugs, news that has some doctors calling for tougher screening tests.
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