A hazardous materials team with the Federal Bureau of Investigation has been flown in to process the scene of an unconfirmed ricin poisoning at the Marshall apartment complex in Dinkytown.
The proposed policy on gender identity passed in the University of Minnesota SenateThursday.
Robert McMaster loves maps. He is surrounded by them: a globe in his office and framed maps on the walls. Maps even decorate many of the ties he wears.
University of Minnesota Police are searching for a "suspicious" man, possibly carrying a weapon, on the East Bank campus Sunday morning.
With sensitive topics circling through University Senate committee meetings, some discussions are shuttered to the public and meeting minutes go unpublished for months.
An outbreak of African swine fever in China is worrying officials about its potential to spread to the United States, which could deliver a devastating blow to the agriculture industry.
A man died after falling from the Stadium Village light rail station as a train departed early Saturday morning, according to Metro Transit Police.
A University of Minnesota student filed a lawsuit accusing Chinese billionaire Richard Liu of sexual assault last summer, according to a complaint filed in Hennepin County District Court on Tuesday.
Keith Yorek grew up on a dairy farm near Little Falls, Minnesota. In 2006, his parents had a plan: they would rent a barn down the road and put Yorek and his three siblings in charge of a herd of 35 cows. He was 10 years old at the time; his oldest brother was just 15.
Seeing inaction on the spread of a neurological animal disease, University of Minnesota researchers are ramping up a new program to bolster policy controlling the health emergency.