Hennepin County Sheriff Rick Stanek sent deputies to North Dakota Sunday, at the request of local officials who are dealing with months of protests and dozens of arrests.
The Morton County Sheriff's Department has finished its investigation into the proper licensing of private security guards used on a Dakota Access Pipeline construction site.
Irreconcilable differences have brought law enforcement and Dakota Access Pipeline protesters close to a breaking point.
As protesters prepare for a clash with police along the construction route, they're getting some famous help.
Police say 38-year-old Russell Duszak's blood alcohol level was above the legal limit of .04 when he was preparing to fly out of Salt Lake City.
A new report settles the debate over when AIDS came to the U.S. But survivors of the early days of the epidemic say they still must fight stigma.
A trainer is recovering after a Bengal tiger clawed and dragged her at a fair in Pensacola, Florida.
Venezuela's opposition stepped up its push to remove the leftist president with rallies that drew hundreds of thousands of protesters.
Windows were smashed and doors forced open after subway cars filled with smoke from a faulty motor at Boston's Back Bay station.