Black Sox Opera Premieres In MinnesotaOperas about sports are rare but not unprecedented. Daniel Sonenberg's "The Summer King" about Negro Leagues star Josh Gibson, premiered at the Pittsburgh Opera in April 2017 after more than a decade of development.
2 Men Expected To Plead Guilty In Minnesota Mosque BombingTwo of three militia members accused of bombing a Minnesota mosque and attempting to bomb an Illinois women's clinic are expected to enter guilty pleas.
Google Considers Building $600M Data Center In MinnesotaMinneapolis-based Xcel Energy disclosed the data center project in a regulatory filing. The Google facility proposed in Becker would mark one of the largest private construction projects in recent state history and create about 50 full-time tech jobs.
Illinois Looks To The 'Land Of 10,000 Lakes' To Help Its Budget Issues"We realized the first thing we had to do is stabilize revenue. And in order to fund government that means we needed to raise taxes."
Man Charged In Indiana Interstate KidnappingA Minnesota man is facing charges after a woman in Indiana was kidnapped, held for ransom, and transported to Illinois, according to the Department of Justice. 
Illinois Beats Minnesota 55-31Reggie Corbin rushed for 213 yards and two touchdowns — both coming on runs of more than 70 yards — to become the first Illini player to rush for two 70-yard-plus touchdowns in a single game since 1944
General Mills Giving Employees 18-20 Weeks Of Maternity LeaveOn Jan. 1, 2019, the company will increase time off for new mothers to up to 20 weeks of maternity leave with 100 percent pay.
Results Come In For Primaries In Connecticut, Vermont, Minnesota, And WisconsinVoters headed to the polls Tuesday night in Connecticut, Vermont, Minnesota and Wisconsin, as the 2018 calendar barrels ahead toward November.
Police: Teen Ripped Out Elderly Relative's EyesA Minnesota teen has been arrested after police say he tore out his elderly relative's eyes with his bare hands.
Supreme Court Strikes Down Voter Clothing LawMost states have laws restricting what voters can wear when they cast ballots, but Minnesota's law was one of the broadest. It barred voters from casting a ballot while wearing clothing with the name of a candidate or political party.
Raccoon Caught After Scaling Skyscraper In MinnesotaIt looks like the story of the world-famous, skyscraper-scaling raccoon has a happy ending.