Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging Minnesota Teacher Tenure

A Ramsey County judge has dismissed a lawsuit that challenged Minnesota's teacher tenure laws...

St. Paul Woman Survives Attack at Gunpoint, Police Searching for Suspect

Video Obtained by 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS Shows Fight Between Metro Transit Bus Driver, Bicyclist

MNSure Open Enrollment Could Bring Sticker Shock

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Burnsville Police

Edina Native Accused of Several Sexual Assaults Due in Madison Court Thursday

3 People Denied Evidentiary Hearing in Prince Heir Case

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Domestic Violence Victim Fundraising for Other Victims

Domestic violence victim Francine Siegfried is fundraising for other victims

Dayton Invites Trick-or-Treaters to Governor's Residence on Halloween

Vice President Biden Making Campaign Visit to Duluth Friday

Biden with Nolan in 2014

Gov. Dayton Requests Assistance For Last Month’s Flood Victims

Minnesota 1 of 6 States to Offer Arby's Venison Sandwich

emphis Grizzlies guard Mike Conley (11) drives down the court against Minnesota Timberwolves forward Andrew Wiggins (22) in the second half.

Wolves Lose Season Opener in Memphis

Vikings Put Blemish of Eagles Game Behind Them

Dubnyk Makes 27 Saves, Wild Beat Bruins 5-0

One Year After His Death, Close Friend Remembers Flip Saunders

Saunders Family Presses on with Wolves after Flip's Death

Vikings' Zimmer Looks for Answers Following Loss to Eagles

Monday Practice Report: Timberwolves Like Thibodeau's Style of Coaching

North Dakota State, Butler to Play Football at Target Field

Bradford Sacked Six Times in Vikings First Loss of the Season

In this Oct. 24, 2016, photo, an early ballot envelope is held at town hall in North Andover, Mass.

Early Voting: More Good Signs for Clinton in Key States

Biden with Nolan in 2014

Vice President Biden Making Campaign Visit to Duluth Friday

Congressional District 8 candidates Rick Nolan and Stewart Mills

Free Air Time: Rick Nolan and Stewart Mills

Protesters against the construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline block a highway in near Cannon Ball, N.D.

Oil Pipeline Protesters Brace for Confrontation with Police

Jury Convicts man of Killing 4 Tied to Omaha Medical School

US Defense Chief: Don't Seek Repayment of Enlistment Bonuses

Pipeline Protester: Removal from Private Property Imminent

Police Investigate Vandalizing of Trump's Hollywood Star

Lakeville Parents Investigated for Child Endangerment Have History with Child Protective Services
Zachariah Wilson and Angela Robinson have been booked into the Dakota County Jail.
Twitter Cuts 9 Percent of its Workforce Worldwide
'Minneapolis Parents for Lead Safe Kids' Hosts Free Screening Events

Windows 10 to Bring 3-D to Two-Dimensional Experiences

U of M Researchers Invent 'Perfect' Soap Molecule

Beer Run! Self-Driving Truck Goes 120-Plus Miles on Delivery

This photo provided by The Museum of Modern Art in New York shows the original set of 176 emojis, which the museum has acquired.

New York's MoMA Acquires Original Set of Emojis

Funeral for Pop Music Idol Bobby Vee Set for Next Wednesday
Widespread Panic 'Gets Down to Business' at Orpheum Theatre
Ciara, Seahawks' Russell Wilson Announce Pregnancy
Amy Schumer Slammed for Beyonce Parody She Calls Tribute

$105M for Roads, Bridges Held Up as Dayton and GOP Squabble

Randolph Avenue in St. Paul to Close Thursday
MnDOT Closes Dangerous Rail Crossing Near St. Paul Park Oil Refinery
Semi Rollover Causes Delays on Highway 12 Detour in West Metro
Minneapolis to Test Late-Night Traffic Plan in Warehouse District
Students of a former teacher in Ohio raised money for him to go to World Series.

Former Students Send Beloved Teacher to World Series



Texas Woman's Unique Halloween Display a Big Hit

RAW INTERVIEW: Children Remember Bobby Vee

Top News Photos: October 26

A migrant looks at the remains of a shop burnt in the makeshift migrant camp near Calais, northern France, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016.

Top News Photos: Oct. 25

Shawnee Chasser lives in a treehouse in Miami, which county code inspectors discovered, declared it unfit for human habitation and ordered it torn down. The 65-year-old grandmother is fighting to keep her arboreal house.

Top News Photos: October 21

Fog blankets the south tower of the Golden Gate Bridge Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, in San Francisco.

At Issue: Oct. 21 - Governor Open to Special Session, Young Candidate Runs for Office, Greg Ryan in Studio

President Barack Obama, left, shakes hands with Nathan Copeland, right, during a tour of innovation projects at the White House Frontiers Conference at University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016.

Inside Your Health: Paralyzed Man Regains Sense of Touch With Robotic Arm