Minnesota Prosecutor Won't File Charges In Prince's DeathThe prosecutor in the Minnesota county where Prince died said Thursday that no criminal charges will be filed in the musician's death.
News Now: Zach Thompson, Vandagriff Murder, Missing EeyoreWe're learning more about what a woman claims happened that led to the firing of the longtime Dallas health director earlier this year.
How Cold Is It In Minnesota?It definitely colder up in Minnesota than it is in DFW...but how cold is it?
Patriots, Eagles Tackle The Serious And Silly At Media NightEvery player and coach on the team is required to be present, so they don't get fined, as Marshawn Lynch reminded the football world during his appearance with the Seattle Seahawks three years ago
Minnesota Couple Delivers Christmas Day Baby On Side Of RoadA Minnesota couple delivered their baby on the side of a road while rushing to the hospital on Christmas Day.
Al Franken To Officially Leave US Senate On Jan. 2MInnesota Gov. Mark Dayton's choice to replace Franken, Lt. Gov. Tina Smith, is set to be sworn in Jan. 3.
Woman Pleads Guilty To Shooting Boyfriend Dead In YouTube StuntA Minnesota woman has pleaded guilty to fatally shooting her boyfriend in a videotaped stunt they planned to post on YouTube.
Minnesota Lt. Gov. Tina Smith Named To Fill Franken SeatThe governor of Minnesota has appointed Democrat Lt. Gov. Tina Smith to replace Sen. Al Franken until a special election in November, setting up his long-time and trusted adviser for a potentially bruising 2018 election.
Minnesota Governor Set To Name Franken's Senate ReplacementMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton was set to reveal his choice Wednesday to replace Al Franken in the U.S. Senate, with the top contender seen as his longtime adviser Lt. Gov. Tina Smith.
In Franken's Fall, Sudden Senate Pickup Chance For GOPMinnesota Sen. Al Franken's departure from the Senate means Democrats must now worry about keeping one more vulnerable seat when they already had their hands full in next year's election.
Franken Announces Resignation Amid Sexual Misconduct AccusationsSen. Al Franken said Thursday that he will resign from Congress following a wave of sexual misconduct allegations and a collapse of support from Democratic colleagues.
As Franken's Support Collapses, Democrats Expect ResignationA majority of the Senate's Democrats called on the two-term lawmaker to get out after another woman emerged Wednesday saying he forcibly tried to kiss her in 2006. That brought to at least seven the number of women accusing him of sexual impropriety.